YouTube to Feature Classic NFL Matchups for the First Time

As part of a multiyear partnership renewal, the National Football League will increase its in-game highlight clips available on YouTube, and for the first time, offer full-length games via the video service. “Under the expanded pact, the NFL will post a total of 96 games to its official YouTube channel, comprising three of the most memorable games for each of the 32 clubs, prior to the start of the 2016-17 season,” explains Variety. While YouTube will not feature any live NFL game broadcasts, Twitter recently signed an agreement with the NFL to distribute 10 Thursday night games online next season, “with rights to splash the broadcast feeds from CBS and NBC across multiple devices.”


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