Amazon and the NFL recently agreed to a record-breaking $13 billion streaming agreement. Due to this, we get to know Kaylee Hartung, Amazon’s Thursday night football sideline reporter.
Let’s explore more about this reporter.
Amazon’s Deal with NFL
After 11 seasons, Amazon
The first game comes tonight, i.e., the 15th of September. The Los Angeles Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs, who play in the same division, square off at Arrowhead Stadium.
Before the match, programming will begin at 7:00 p.m. EST, and the first TNF match will start at 8:15 p.m. EST on Amazon Prime. You require a subscription to Amazon Prime.
Kaylee Hartung, Amazon’s Thursday Night Sideline Reporter
Kaylee was born in 1985 (the 7th of November) in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, United States.
Amazon and the NFL recently agreed to a record-breaking $13 billion streaming agreement.
Through this agreement, we see Kaylee Hartung, Amazon’s Thursday night football sideline reporter. August saw the announcement of her presence.
She posted, “Back to the sidelines!! Here we go.”
According to Marie Donoghue, Vice President of global sports video at Prime, “We are thrilled to announce these new additions to our Thursday Night Football team. Kaylee Hartung will bring her world-class reporting skills to our game coverage every Thursday.”
Kaylee commented, “This is an unbelievable opportunity to return to the sidelines and create something new in the sports landscape.” “Prime Video is bringing together legends in broadcasting and the NFL and it will be a tremendous privilege to work alongside them.”
Kaylee Hartung’ Professional Career
Kaylee, 36, completed her graduation in the year 2007 from Washington & Lee University. Kaylee Hartung did her graduation with bachelor’s degrees in politics and journalism.
Kaylee Hartung began her career as a journalist for CBS News. Then served as Bob Schieffer’s aide before transitioning into the production assistant role for Face the Nation. After covering college basketball matches and SEC football for ESPN, Hartung leaped.
Hartung worked for ABC News as a contributor in the year 2019 in New York. Then she formally joined Amazon as its TNF color commentator in 2022.
How can you watch the Thursday night game on Prime?
The Chiefs vs. Chargers match later this evening, i.e., on the 15th of September, and the other 14 matches will air on Amazon Prime Video. You can watch it with a subscription.
Thursday Night game and Prime Video are already available to users of Amazon Prime. If not, you can enroll in a Prime subscription for $14.99 per month or $139 per year.
The competing teams in every match will be able to watch their match live on Twitch and free-to-air television. The rules for games broadcast on ESPN and Nfl.com are the same.
The majority of the functionality will get accessible on gadgets like Roku, Amazon Fire Stick, or Apple TV Player. Matches will NFL’s subscription platform NFL+.
Amazon’s TNF confirmed
Amazon confirmed that Andrew Whitworth and Aqib Talib would join the Thursday Night match along with Hartung. They both were the winners of the Super Bowl.
In contrast, in August, we learned that Talib would leave his position at Amazon. It is due to an incident affecting his bro ther.
Whitworth shared, “I’m excited to start this next chapter of my NFL life with the Prime Video team, and I look forward to being part of football in a whole new way this fall.”
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