DirecTV and the NFL reached an agreement extend the NFL Sunday Ticket package in an eight-year, $12-billion deal that expands the El Segundo satellite broadcaster’s rights to stream the football games online and on mobile devices, allowing subscribers access to every out-of-market NFL game on Sunday afternoons, the Los Angeles Times reports.
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