Apple, Amazon and Disney are the top bidders for the out-of-market football package that put DirecTV on the map
Survey explains why satellite TV operator isn't anxious to renew a 28-year-old partnership with the league that costs it $1 billion a season
One of the two will reportedly pay over $2 billion a year to secure the out-of-market NFL games package from DirecTV
DirecTV Chief Content Officer Rob Thun says satellite TV company would be interested in sharing rights with a streaming company
NFLSundayTicket.tv is supposed to be available only to students and apartment dwellers who can't get DirecTV satellite TV service. But the NFL seems to be marketing it more widely than that
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