The NFL’s Thursday Night Football package will now be streaming exclusively on Amazon Prime starting with the 2022 season. It was previously announced as beginning in the 2023 season.
Amazon will be the exclusive home of Thursday Night Football starting with the 2022 season, not 2023 like originally planned. The NFL, FOX and Amazon struck a deal in which FOX will relinquish the TNF package after this season, allowing Amazon to take over a year early.
A NFL anunciou que a Fox abriu mão do último ano do contrato do Thursday Night Football, em 2022, e a Amazon já vai assumir a exclusividade do jogo a partir do ano que vem.
Amazon will spend $1.2 billion a year on their Thursday Night Football rights.
That works out to about 0.2% of their expected 2021 revenue.
NFL announces that starting in 2022, "Thursday Night Football" games will be exclusively on Amazon Prime. (Although streaming will be the main platform, if the Cardinals were in a Thursday game, it would be shown locally on an over-the-air station as well.)
The NFL, Amazon Prime and Fox reached an agreement for Amazon Prime to take over as exclusive carrier of Thursday night football beginning in 2022, a year earlier than expected and previously announced. So 1 more year of Thursday NFL on free, traditional television.
Per NFL/Amazon: The NFL's deal with Prime Video to become the exclusive home to NFL Thursday Night Football will now begin with the 2022 season instead of the 2023 season.
Amazon Prime Video will be the exclusive home of Thursday Night Football beginning with the 2022 season.
NFL announces that Amazon Prime Video will be the exclusive home of Thursday Night Football beginning with the 2022 season.
Amazon Prime will become the exclusive home of 'Thursday Night Football' starting in 2022, with the deal lasting through the 2032 season https://t.co/mlcvE10JN0
Amazon apparently got exclusive rights NFL Thursday Night football. Maybe @amazon
and @primevideo would like to help out and get the rights for #MacGyver and bring us new seasons.
Amazon ( $AMZN ) will start exclusive coverage of Thursday Night Football in the 2022-23 season, supplanting Fox a year earlier than planned.
Amazon Prime Video will become the exclusive home of the NFL’s “Thursday Night Football” package in 2022 as part of an 11-season deal through 2032.
Thursday Night Football moving to Amazon a year early in 2022; Amazon wanted to start as soon as possible and FOX was reportedly happy to get out early: https://t.co/eF5VvBQCvJ
Fox Sports: “We are a committed partner to the NFL, and we were pleased to acquire the rights to Thursday Night Football in 2018. Our priority was to further elevate the TNF package from a production, scheduling and viewership perspective, and we accomplished that objective...1/2
Amazon says it has 120M monthly viewers of its ad-supported OTT content (across IMDb TV, Twitch, live sports (i.e. Thursday Night Football), third-party network and broadcaster apps, Amazon’s News app)
Amazon Prime Video will become the exclusive home of the NFL's “Thursday Night Football” package a year earlier than originally anticipated. https://t.co/liYS9vV5tN
Amazon Prime Video will become the exclusive home of the NFL's “Thursday Night Football” package a year earlier than originally anticipated.
#AMC My prediction is @amazon
and remodels NFL market theater rooms into full service sports bars for Thursday Night Theater Football in 2022. Kinda like Damons restaurants used to be, but better.
I hope we make Europa. We exist to win silver. Can't win the league every year + I love that trophy. We can always keep Alisson, VVD, Fabinho and Salah away from Thursday night football.