Watching NFL games could soon be much easier for cord-cutters, as a number of tech companies including Apple, Google, Amazon, and Verizon are reportedly in talks to live-stream the NFL's Thursday Night Football.
Spike TV will air a karaoke game show later this year called Caraoke Showdown; hosted by Craig Robinson, and executive produced by Howie Mandel. The show will feature celebrity guests, and unsuspecting players competing for cash.
YouTube will livestream the high-profile Go match between Google's AlphaGo AI and world champion Lee Sedol. The series of five contests will take place next month in Seoul, South Korea, with the winner set to pocket $1 million.