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NFL to stream on Twitter, Canadian OTT rights still up for grabs

News | 04/05/2016 9:22 pm EDT

The National Football League (NFL) announced Tuesday a new deal with Twitter Inc. to stream NFL games on the social media platform, and though Canadians won’t have access, whether they’ll be able to watch through Rogers Communication Inc.'s Sportsnet Now OTT service instead still hasn’t been determined.

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