CBS announced on Wednesday that it is partnering with ESPN on the NFL Network.
The network will be available to fans via ESPN and its cable network, ESPN2.
The deal comes after CBS acquired The Dish Network for $2.7 billion in 2017.
The Dish deal also includes an ESPN app, which is set to launch in 2018.CBS has long been a dominant network for sports, and its network has become a major player in digital media.
The company recently launched the NFL.com website and its own digital platform, the NFL Premium, and is looking to launch a live streaming app for the upcoming season.CBS’ network also recently launched a sports blog called CBS Sports Nation, and it is working with a slew of ESPN affiliates to help promote the network.
The partnership with ESPN is likely to lead to a major boost for CBS’ digital presence, and the network will likely offer even more content from the network as the year goes on.
It is likely that the network could debut some of the shows on its upcoming seasons, but we are likely to see more of a focus on the game’s biggest stars.
The NFL is one of the most popular sports leagues in the world.
CBS is likely going to try to get fans to watch its games on a more regular basis, with a more extensive lineup of shows that could eventually lead to some more content coming out on a regular basis.CBS will likely focus on bringing sports programming to the most loyal sports fans, and this partnership is likely a positive move for the company.