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Are you Having a Super Bowl® Party? [PART 2]

 —  January 29, 2014 — 1 Comment

BIGGAME

So, you want to watch the Super Bowl® but you don’t have a TV, cable, or satellite…well, if you have an iPad, Mac, or PC you are in luck. The NFL has been streaming their Super Bowl® online for a few years now and will be doing it again this year. If you have a solid, fast (and wired would be my preference) Internet connection and cannot get good TV reception for your Super Bowl® party you might want to click over to www.foxsportsgo.com and stream it to your big screen or video projector (check out this post about keeping your party legal).

Try it online or download the the FOX Sports GO app for iPad. iPhone users, the only way you are going to be able to watch on your phone is if you are with Verizon and are paying the $5 monthly fee for the NFL Mobile app.  $5 for the Super Bowl® isn’t that bad if you cannot get it anywhere else. The content will only be available the day of the Super Bowl.

Have you watch the Super Bowl® online in past years?  How was the connection?

Brandon

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Brandon Early

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I have been serving in youth ministry for nearly 20 years, am currently the Director of Student Ministries at Valley Church in Des Moines, IA, and am on a first name basis with several Best Buy and Apple employees. My wife Keri and I have been married over ten years and have three great boys. My four favorite things are Jesus, my wife, Chicago Style Pizza, and fighting off our boys with sweet ninja moves.

One response to Are you Having a Super Bowl® Party? [PART 2]

  1. Just found this out a few minutes ago

    As for the famous Super Bowl ads, online and mobile viewers will not see exactly the same ads that appear in the TV telecast. Fox is selling the digital inventory separately from the linear feed. While the TV inventory has long been sold out since early December “we are still working on digital,” Pierce said, declining to identify advertisers for the Internet feed. (Meanwhile, both YouTube and Hulu are hosting Super Bowl ads on their websites.)

    http://variety.com/2014/digital/news/fox-will-stream-super-bowl-xlviii-free-to-computers-and-ipads-1201066386/

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