'Thursday Night Football' on Amazon: Why You Need Prime, Not TV … – Bloomberg

Bloomberg: Balance of Power focuses on the politics and policies being shaped by the agenda of President Biden’s administration.
Bloomberg: Balance of Power focuses on the politics and policies being shaped by the agenda of President Biden’s administration.
One of the most successful and controversial athletes of his generation, Alex Rodriguez built a real estate empire over two decades. Now, he’s accelerating his move from player to team owner.
Gambia Parliament Wants Indian Drugmaker Sued Over Child Deaths
Swatch Plans to Stay Out of Second-Hand Market, CEO Hayek Says
Chile Needs More Belt-Tightening Before Any Rate Cut, Central Bank Chief Says
Canadian Retail Sales Slide After Strong October Growth
Morocco Hikes Rates as World Cup Glee Cedes to Economic Reality
VinFast Gets Regulatory Approval to Sell First Electric SUVs in US
Homeowners Dominate Local Political Leadership. That’s Bad for Renters.
Big Tech Divided and Conquered to Block Key Bipartisan Bills
Musk Actively Seeking New CEO After Losing Poll, CNBC Says
Ukraine to Get Thousands More Starlink Antennas, Minister Says
Sunak Digs In Over Nurses’ Pay as UK Health Service Faces Crisis
Messi’s Argentina Team Greeted by Millions After World Cup Win
Ferrari Heir Sets Up Succession Plan for His Supercar Billions
How Gen Z Should Prepare Their Finances for 2023
More Americans Watched Argentina-France Than Any World Cup Match Ever
Easy, Pull-together Appetizer Ideas for Holiday Entertaining
Ring In the New Year With a Rapid Covid Test
Bank Of Japan Decision Will Ripple Around the World
What If Regulation Is Unconstitutional?
Apple Investors’ Loyalty Is Rewarded With a $454 Billion Gift
Child Care Faces $24 Billion Fiscal Cliff as Pandemic Aid Ends
How to Make Cars Safer for Women? Use Crash-Test Dummies That Resemble Them
Cocaine Sentencing Bill Left Out of Year-End Spending Measure
Germany Returns Benin Bronzes Sculptures to Nigeria Looted a Century Ago
VinFast Gets Regulatory Approval to Sell First Electric SUVs in US
US Postal Service Delivery Trucks Are Going Electric
When Buses Are Free But Trains Aren’t
Homeowners Dominate Local Political Leadership. That’s Bad for Renters.
Five Travel Hubs That Won’t Crush Your Holiday Spirit
Hedge Funds Are Questioning Crypto’s Future (Podcast)
Jane Street Culture: A View Into SBF’s Roots (Podcast)
Crypto.com’s World Cup Win Is Overshadowed by FTX Industry Chaos
Is the streaming giant ready for America’s richest and most popular sport?
The Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs will square off on Sept. 15 in the first regular-season game in Amazon’s 11-year exclusive deal for “Thursday Night Football.” 
Photographer: Wally Skalij/Los Angeles Times/Getty Images
Gerry Smith and
Lucas Shaw
Subscriber Benefit
Subscribe
Sign In
When the National Football League’s regular season kicks off Thursday, millions of fans will settle into their easy chairs to watch America’s biggest, richest sport. But a different, multibillion dollar match will unfold a week later.
Starting Sept. 15, viewers who want to watch “Thursday Night Football” will have to log in to Amazon.com Inc.’s Prime Video streaming service. The contest between the Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs is the first regular-season game in an 11-year, $13 billion deal that makes Amazon the exclusive home of “Thursday Night Football.”

source

Leave a Comment

%d bloggers like this: