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NBC will offer free live stream of the Super Bowl with no subscription

NBC will stream the Super Bowl, and viewers won't be required to have a cable or satellite subscription.

Published Thu, Jan 22 2015 11:25 AM CST   |   Updated Sat, Aug 8 2020 10:29 AM CDT

NBC will stream a live feed of the Super Bowl for free as part of its Super Stream Sunday promotion, including pre- and post-game programs, the halftime show, and a midseason launch of "The Blacklist." Super Bowl Sunday on February 1 features the New England Patriots facing off against the Seattle Seahawks.

NBC will offer free live stream of the Super Bowl with no subscription | TweakTown.com

In total, US viewers will be able to watch 11 continuous hours of online video for free, and no cable or satellite subscription is necessary. As many viewers begin to transition from traditional TV programs towards online video, this is an ideal promotional effort by NBC.

"It's just a great means to promote TV Everywhere and our products," said Rick Cordella, SVP and GM of digital media at NBC Sports Group, in a statement to Reuters. "With the Super Bowl, we will have maximum eyeballs on it."

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