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Yahoo, NBC Sports Partner In Content Deal

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Yahoo, NBC Sports Partner In Content Deal

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Yahoo, NBC Sports Partner In Content Deal

Yahoo, NBC Sports Partner In Content Deal

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In an announcement made Sunday night, Yahoo and NBC Sports are combining their offerings online and on TV. This means NBC will have a larger sports presence on the web and for Yahoo, it means access to NBC's video and live sports coverage.

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Yahoo and NBC Sports group are combining their sports offerings online and on television. An announcement by the companies came out late last night. This means NBC will have a larger sports presence on the web and for Yahoo, it means access to NBC's video and live sports coverage.

This is not the first alliance Yahoo has made with a network. In June, it announced a deal to share content with the financial cable channel, CNBC.

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