By Steve NeumannThe NFL is the only NFL franchise with two separate online marketing programs, one for its own channels and another for Amazon.
The NFL has two separate programs for its channels.
One is for its affiliates and the other for Amazon’s own channels.
The channels are separate.
The league has the same two programs for all its affiliates.
It does not have the same program for Amazon that the NFL does.
It has to decide which one it wants to sign and which one to keep, a league source told me.
The two programs are separate, but they’re connected.
The league has to make that decision and sign both.
The NBA is the other league that does not require a separate program for its online and local channels.
But the league still has to sign one for Amazon and another to sign the other.
The leagues two online marketing agreements are different, and they’re also separate.
The NBA is a multi-channel deal with ESPN, but the league doesn’t have a separate online program for ESPN, the source said.ESPN and other major media companies have a partnership with Amazon for the NFL’s online programming.
Amazon has been a major beneficiary of that partnership.
But it’s not clear how much Amazon is contributing to the NFLs program.
The NFL’s contract with Amazon is two-year, but ESPN’s is two years, the league source said, and the NBA deals with ESPN through a separate contract.