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eastern. according to "the new york times," yahoo! paid around $20 million to stream this game online. this is viewed as an experiment by the nfl, you know, to gauge the appeal of american football internationally and see how popular the game will be when it's distributed almost entirely online. if you tune in this live stream, you may notice fewer commercials. the nfl senior vice president for media strategy and development says the game will feature one less commercial break per quarter which removes eight minutes of advertising from the potential game broadcast, so don't expect to see lots of commercials and don't expect to see this happening as more than a novelty for a while. the major tv networks own the games until the early 2020s, plural, i should say. for me, i'm not there yet. i'm not there to solely watch a game on my phone. >> it's a social event. you want to somehow with other people in the room and crowding around your tablet. >> how many people can you get there? andy, thank you. appreciate it. >> thank you for starting your morning with us. >> yes. so much more ahead.
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