The athleteDaniel Kaplan supports Byers’ report saying on TwitterHe responded, “Apple already pulled out.” Despite Apple once being the frontrunner for Sunday Ticket negotiations in the past, talks between Apple’s iPhone maker and the NFL continued over the last several months. November report from the athlete indicateApple’s expectations are different from the NFL’s.
According to The athleteThe iPhone maker wanted to acquire rights to aspects not included under its Sunday Ticket contract. He also expressed concern over some of the limitations associated with the soccer package such as the inability to stream games internationally and the inability to access on-market matches. . Friday, report from Sportico revealed that AppleHe wanted to bundle Sunday ticket with the Apple TV Plus subscription for $6.99 per month at no additional cost. Anthony Karrubi, a reporter, called it a “very welcome gesture” by the NFL.
This leaves Amazon and Google’s YouTube with the opportunity to acquire Sunday Ticket rights. Both companies have reportedly bid for Sunday Ticket and already explored live sports. Streaming Amazon Prime Video Thursday FootballYouTube TV has a number of sports channels. Although Disney-owned ESPN was rumored as being in the running for Sunday ticket, Byers doesn’t mention ESPN and says legacy media companies “can’t justify the expense” of securing this package. DirecTV owns the rights to NFL Sunday Ticket for almost three decades. However these rights will expire at this football season.
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