National Football League (NFL) sides the Green Bay Packers and the Jacksonville Jaguars have both signed broadcast rights deals with local networks.
The Jaguars have named CBS47 and FOX30 as their official broadcast partners, and the Florida stations will both show live coverage of pre-season matches, the NFL Draft, and exclusive Jaguars-related content throughout the season.
The Packers, meanwhile, have extended their arrangement with Today's TMJ4, which will continue to produce, broadcast and distribute most of the team's pre-season fixtures as well as weekly programming throughout the season. NBC 26, a sister station to TMJ4, will also show some coverage, including of the Packers' ‘Family Night’, an annual event where families are invited to attend a full practice session.
“We’re pleased to extend our partnership and continue working with Today’S TMJ4 and NBC 26,” said Packers president and chief executive Mark Murphy. “We appreciate our shared dedication to Packers fans and the Wisconsin community, and we look forward to remaining connected to viewers and fans through each broadcast.”