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Fox Sports to stream Super Bowl live on internet for free

Fox Sports to open its streaming service, Fox Sports GO, to the public on Feb 2nd to stream Super Bowl for free! (NASDAQ:FOXA)

| Current Affairs News | Posted: Jan 22, 2014 11:43 pm

For the first time, Fox Sports will stream the Super Bowl via its web-based and mobile video streaming service, Fox Sports Go, for free. Fox says that it will use the Super Bowl to showcase its Fox Sports Go service via a free one day pass to anyone who signs up for a free account.

 

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The free day of access will last from 12 A.M eastern on Feb. 2nd until 3 A.M on Feb. 3rd. The entire Super Bowl event will be streamed live including the Pre-Game Show, Super Bowl, Half Time Show featuring Bruno Mars and the Red Hot Chili Peppers, as well as the post-game activities. Unfortunately the game will not be streamed to smartphones as Verizon and the NFL have an exclusive agreement for mobile streaming.

NEWS SOURCES:Variety.com

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