Tech giants vying for NFL Web rights

03/29/2006 | Chicago Tribune (tiered subscription model)

Apple Computer, Google, Microsoft, Sony Corp. and Yahoo! are among the contenders vying for the Internet rights to the National Football League, the most popular brand in sports. The new deal is likely to far exceed the current five-year, $300 million pact with several partners, including CBS Corp.'s CBS SportsLine.com and Time Warner's AOL unit.

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