The Super Bowl will be again broadcasted live online, but only in the United States.
The NFL has announced plans to stream the Super Bowl 2013 live online again. Last year more than 2 million watched the Super Bowl online in the United States. The live stream is only available again in the US, leaving international Super Bowl fans stuck with local TV broadcasts.
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Super Bowl 2013 will be broadcast on CBS with fans able to access the live stream from NFL.com and CBSSports.com. NBC’s postseason games – the Wild Card Saturday doubleheader and the Pro Bowl – will be broadcast on NBC as well as streamed live on NFL.com and NBCSports.com.
The live coverage from CBSSports.com, NBCSports.com and NFL.com will come from CBS’ and NBC’s TV coverage of the games. Complementing that stream will be a number of extra features to enrich the viewing experience including additional camera angles, in-game highlights, live statistics and other interactive elements.
Last year’s first-ever live stream of a Super Bowl in the United States attracted 2.1 million users, making it the most-watched, single-game sports event ever online, according to data provided by Omniture and mDialog, surpassing any previously reported record. The live game stream was available on both NBCSports.com and NFL.com as well as NFL Mobile from Verizon.
CBS’ Super Bowl on CBSSports.com will kick off on Sunday, February 3rd with Super Bowl XLVII live from New Orleans and will feature CBS Sports’ exclusive broadcast coverage of the game with JIM NANTZ (play-by-play) and PHIL SIMMS (analyst) calling the action.
The Super Bowl 2013 will take place on Sunday, February 3, 2013 in New Orleans. Super Bowl Ads for Geeks will again offer full coverage about the Super Bowl Ads ahead and during the Super Bowl XLVII. The first big news is that Kate Upton will star in the Mercedes Super Bowl 2013 Ad.
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Until Game day, which will bring the new 2013 Super Bowl Ads you can check out the Super Bowl 2012 Ads.