NFL digital rights are Amazon’s to win, says LightShed’s Rich Greenfield

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    There’s buzz surrounding potential new rights deals for the National Football League has grown in the past week. The latest report from the Wall Street Journal has Amazon carrying a number of Thursday night games exclusively. The paper also reported that TV networks could pay double their current rates. Rich Greenfield, partner at LightShed, joined “Squawk Box” on Thursday to discuss.

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