From FOX Sports –
New York & Los Angeles – FOX Sports has served as America’s No. 1 NFL network since 1994, anchored by one of the top properties in the history of television, the prestigiousSunday afternoon NFC rights package. The network looks to continue that amazing streak through the 2022 season after agreeing to a new nine-year multi-platform media rights agreement with the National Football League beginning in 2014. The announcement was made today by David Hill, Chairman, FOX Sports Media Group. The rights agreement between FOX and the NFL currently in-force runs through the 2013 season.
In addition to remaining the network home of the NFC regular-season package, the new agreement also awards FOX Sports with postseason rights to NFC Wild Card games, Divisional Playoff games, the NFC Championship Game and three Super Bowls (LI, LIV & LVII). The agreement also includes fully authenticated “TV everywhere” rights, which enables FOX Sports to offer games it broadcasts and other NFL on FOX related content on FOXSports.com, tablets and other digital platforms, excluding mobile phones.
The NFL on FOX has set viewership records in each of the last two seasons, and is currently on pace for a third straight. AMERICA’S GAME OF THE WEEK, the 4:15 PM ET window on FOX’s doubleheader Sundays, is television’s No. 1 show in any day-part, in households and across every major male and adult demographic. The strength of FOX’s NFC package has enabled the FOX NFL SUNDAY pregame show to rank as America’s No. 1 pregame show for 18 straight seasons and THE OT postgame show often ranks among prime time’s top-20 programs.