Social networking site, Facebook has announced that they will provide video highlight of National Football League to worldwide users of the leading social network so that they don’t have to go anywhere else to watch Recaps. Not only this, Facebook will also offer “NFL Game Recaps” and highlights from all 256 regular season games as well as the playoffs and Super Bowl.
The primary motive behind this is to bring sports content to Internet platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, and Amazon. The social network is the widest network and if they are planning to offer videos on these platforms then companies have to take prior precautions and also test the program before launching it. Speed and quality of the video should not be disappointing and fulfill the requirement of its users.
While talking about the NFL, Hans Schroeder, chief operating officer of National Football League stated that “We have millions of fans on Facebook, and they continue to demonstrate an incredible appetite for NFL content”. He also added that “We’re excited to bring a compelling set of highlights and shows from the NFL and our clubs to our fans on Facebook.”
In continuation, Facebook’s head of global sports partnerships, Dan Reed mentioned that “the deal will deliver comprehensive coverage while enabling the active NFL fan communities on Facebook to watch and debate the top storylines from each week.”