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NFL strikes new TV deals, securing expanded coverage on CBS, other networks through 2033

The NFL announced an expansive multi-year TV deal on Thursday, securing game-day coverage on CBS and other major networks, as well as Amazon Prime Video, from 2023 -- when the league's current deal expires -- all the way through the 2033 season. ABC/ESPN, NBC and Fox will serve alongside CBS as major broadcast partners under the new deal, which will enable increased flexibility of prime-time matchups and allow all four major networks to broadcast multiple Super Bowls.
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2021 March Madness live stream: NCAA Tournament TV schedule, watch basketball streaming online Friday

We've been waiting way too long for March Madness to get underway, but rejoice college basketball fans, the day has finally arrived. Sixteen first-round 2021 NCAA Tournament games encompass our lives on Friday, spanning from noon (ET) until late into the night as the NCAA Tournament bracket slowly gets filled in. The NCAA Tournament is always full of surprises, and this one is sure to be wild after a season played amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
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NFL announces TV deals with ESPN/ABC, NBC, CBS, Fox, Amazon

The NFL announced a new set of national television deals Thursday, keeping games on ESPN/ABC, Fox, CBS, NBC, Amazon and NFL Network through the 2033 season. The agreement keeps Sunday afternoon games on CBS and Fox, Sunday night games on NBC and Monday night games on ESPN, with some games also airing on ABC. For the first time, Amazon will be the exclusive home for Thursday night games, which will also be on over-the-air channels in the competing teams' home markets. NFL Network will also air select games.
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NFL announces new TV deals with NBC, CBS, FOX, ESPN, Amazon

The NFL has completed its long-awaited new television deals, and to viewers at home they will look a lot like the old TV deals. NBC will continue to show Sunday Night Football. ESPN will continue to show Monday Night Football. FOX will continue to show the NFC on Sunday afternoons. CBS will continue to show the AFC on Sunday afternoons.
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CBS sitcom "United States of Al" takes on post-war life

The new CBS sitcom, "United States of Al," is made of the stuff of news reports: an American soldier struggling to adjust to life at home after battle, paired with the resettling of an Afghan in the U.S. who assisted the military. The show, produced by longtime showrunner Chuck Lorre...
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Demi Lovato opens up about overdose

Pop music superstar Demi Lovato, who has struggled with substance abuse and suffered a near-fatal drug overdose, now says she's more in control of her life and that she needed to nearly die to "wake up." She opens up to correspondent Tracy Smith about her life today, her career and more in a revealing interview for "CBS Sunday Morning," to be broadcast March 21.
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Paramount Plus, explained: How to watch live March Madness games on CBS All Access replacement

So, you want to stream March Madness live, huh? Well, there are numerous places that you can do that, and that includes the new streaming service Paramount Plus. Paramount Plus was formerly branded as CBS All Access, but the ViacomCBS company decided to rebrand it as Paramount Plus to have it compete in the modern streaming services market. WIth many cord-cutters looking for a way to stream both sports and live shows, the creators of the service saw an opportunity to attract a new clientele with a March launch of this service.
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