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Amazon eyes $1 billion NFL payout for exclusive rights to some Thursday night games – Fox Business

The Journal reported that Amazon currently pays between $75 million and $100 million to stream Thursday games under its current contract which lasts through the…

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The National Football League and Amazon are in talks for the e-commerce giant’s streaming service, Prime Video, to carry multiple Thursday Night Football games exclusively, people familiar with the matter told the Wall Street Journal.
The deal, if agreed upon, could cost the tech giant $1 billion per season.
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Amazon has held streaming rights for Thursday Night Football since 2017 for a reported rights fee of $75 million…

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