Amazon’s NFL Deal: What it means for football lovers

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CNBC media reporter Alex Sherman joins ‘Power Lunch’ to break down the new era of streaming for the NFL as Amazon Prime Video becomes the home for ‘Thursday Night Football’ this season. The company reportedly paid $1 billion/year to gain the exclusive rights.

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