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NFL Network's RedZone Channel with Digital Landing Enables Fans to See All Touchdowns

October 06, 2011

(SPORTS TECHNOLOGY) (News - Alert), an aggregator of Internet, television, phone, and other digital services, announced that NFL fans will now be able to watch all the touchdowns of their out-of-market teams on the NFL Network's RedZone Channel.

NFL RedZone, produced by NFL Network, whips around every NFL game on Sunday afternoons delivering the touchdowns and most exciting moments as they happen and in high definition. Host Scott Hanson helps transition viewers from game to game, describing the status and situation, as they bounce around all of the afternoon games. The channel primarily shows teams that are close to scoring and at the same time highlight key injuries, matchups or interesting moments in games. Broadcasting from a new, state of the art NFL RedZone studio at NFL Network headquarters in Los Angeles, Hanson brings fans a premier experience for all the NFL action on Sunday afternoons.

NFL claimed that the RedZone is dedicated bringing fans the key plays and exciting moments in high definition. Long passes for touchdowns, key interceptions, breakout runs, and goal line stands all of these scenarios and many more are played out Sundays on NFL RedZone.

DigitalLanding asserted that powered by it finds the lowest prices and the best cable TV deals from satellite and cable TV service providers near fans. XFINITY also offers a $250 Amazon gift card, when fans sign up for the XFINITY Triple Play (News - Alert) bundle for one year. As part of the bundle, football fans will also be able to order the NFL RedZone Channel to watch every touchdown from every Sunday afternoon game, all on one channel.

DISH Network and AT&T (News - Alert) are some of the other providers who have started new bundles to include NFL RedZone Channel from the NFL Network in their respective offerings.

Nathesh is a contributing editor for TMCnet. To read more of Nathesh's articles, please visit his columnist page.

Edited by Rich Steeves