Google’s prototype fiber-delivered broadband service in Kansas City has struck a deal to carry NFL Networks and the a la carte RedZone channel (every touchdown from every Sunday afternoon game). This marks the second competing provider in a Time Warner Cable market to sign with the NFL services. Cincinnati Bell signed its fiber optic system last month. TWC and Bright House Network are the only major distributors that don’t carry the NFL Network. Registration for Google Fiber in Kansas City ends September 9 with installations presumably beginning the following day, according to Multichannel.com.
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