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Amazon Re-Ups NFL Thursday Night Football Streaming Deal Through 2022

Amazon is holding onto the exclusive streaming rights to Thursday Night Football, announcing a deal with the NFL today to livestream games for three more seasons. Amazon Prime Video and Twitch will stream the 11 Thursday Night Football games broadcast by FOX, as well one have exclusive rights to one regular season national game on a […]  More

Amazon Makes Its Highly Anticipated Thursday Night Football Debut

Tonight, Thursday Night Football makes its highly anticipated debut on Amazon Prime Video. This season, the digital-media platform will stream a total of 11 NFL games to the Amazon Prime Video app, which is available on smart TVs, game consoles, set-top boxes, mobile phones, and connected devices like Amazon Fire TV. It all begins with tonight’s Bears-Packers […]  More

MLBAM Names Amazon-Vet Michael Paull as BAMTech CEO

MLBAM, the interactive media and Internet company of Major League Baseball, announced today the appointment of Michael Paull as the chief executive officer of BAMTech, a leading technology services and video streaming company owned by MLBAM, The Walt Disney Company and the National Hockey League (NHL). In his new role, Paull will set the vision […]  More

Signiant Flight Now Available With SaaS Subscriptions on AWS Marketplace

Signiant has introduced Signiant Flight on AWS Marketplace, an online store that streamlines the purchase process for customers looking to easily find, buy and start using SaaS applications. Amazon Web Services (AWS) customers can now upload large files quickly to Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3) using Signiant Flight — and take advantage of direct billing to their AWS account.  More

Ooyala’s Q3 2016 Global Video Index: Longer Content On Mobile

There were more video views on mobile devices in Q3 than on any other device, continuing a growth trend that began with the earliest iterations of Ooyala’s Global Video Index. But it’s the kind of video that viewers are watching on mobile devices that we found most interesting in Ooyala’s Q3 2016 Global Video Index.  More

New WatchESPN App Now Available Free to Download in the Amazon Appstore

Amazon Appstore customers and Kindle Fire users that enjoy sports at home and on the go with WatchESPN will now be able to download a major update to the app in the Amazon Appstore.  It includes additional content, performance enhancements and design elements that bring to life Kindle Fire devices, including Kindle Fire HD and Kindle Fire […]  More

CES in Review: Beyond 3D

The Consumer Electronics Show is fading in the memory banks, but the announcements are just beginning to sink in. And surprisingly, while 3D may have been the hot topic at the show, other announcements and trends could have just as much, if not bigger, impact on sports content distribution and new revenue streams. Even better? […]  More

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