Company Overview of National Football League, Inc.
National Football League, Inc. owns and operates a football league in the United States and internationally. The company offers news, videos, teams, players, scores, schedules, stats, and standings; and online services, such as game rewind, field pass, game pass, and tools and widgets. It provides its services through online, radio, mobile, and TV. National Football League, Inc. was formerly known as American Professional Football Association and changed its name to National Football League, Inc. in June 1922. The company was founded in 1920 and is based in New York, New York. It has operations in Canada, China, France, Japan, Mexico, and the United Kingdom.
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Founded in 1920
Key Executives for National Football League, Inc.
Executive Vice President of Football Operations
Senior Vice President of Football Operations
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
National Football League, Inc. Key Developments
NFL and Under Armour Announce New NFL Scouting Combine Agreement
Sep 9 15
The NFL and Under Armour announced a multi-year extension of their NFL Scouting Combine agreement. Under the terms of the agreement, Under Armour will maintain exclusive rights as the NFL Scouting Combine's official apparel outfitter and will introduce an expanded line of officially licensed Combine apparel for consumers. Continuing its exclusive licensing arrangement with the NFL since 2009, Under Armour will outfit all NFL Scouting Combine participants in Under Armour performance apparel designed specifically for the event. Additionally, beginning in the 2016 season, Under Armour will have expanded rights to produce officially-licensed NFL team-specific Combine performance apparel, gloves and accessories for fans.
Robins Kaplan LLP Announces Class Action Against National Football League, Inc. and DirecTV over Anticompetitive Sunday Ticket Package
Aug 13 15
Robins Kaplan LLP filed an antitrust lawsuit on behalf of a proposed nationwide class of commercial establishments, including restaurants and sports bars, against the National Football League, Inc. (NFL) and DirecTV, alleging that agreements giving DirecTV the sole right to distribute 'out-of-market' NFL games - through its expensive 'Sunday Ticket' package - violate U.S. antitrust law. The lawsuit, filed in the United States District Court for the Central District of California, seeks monetary and injunctive relief on behalf of commercial television subscribers of the Sunday Ticket. Through its latest agreement with the NFL, DirecTV paid the league $1.5 billion for exclusive out-of-market broadcasting rights in 2015 alone. The lawsuit alleges that the defendants violated antitrust law both through a horizontal conspiracy among all NFL teams (to bundle their broadcast rights together) and a vertical conspiracy among the NFL teams, the NFL, and DirecTV.
National Football League Appoints Tod Leiweke as Chief Operating Officer
Jul 24 15
Tampa Bay Lightning Chief Executive Officer Tod Leiweke resigned to become Chief Operating Officer of the National Football League.
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