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February 04, 2013

Super Bowl 2013 Was the Most Connected Yet

By Rory Lidstone, TMCnet Contributing Writer

Super Bowl XLVII was, obviously, a huge event for television – it was aired on CBS — but there were plenty of ways to view or listen to the event other than in the living room. Indeed, this may have been the most connected Super Bowl yet, with the game being streamed online at, which actually offered several streams for viewers with different camera angles, stats and Twitter (News - Alert) comments.

For those who weren't even in the house, the NFL's mobile app for iOS and Android had you covered with a mobile device, but only for those with an NFL Game Pass subscription. Meanwhile, on the radio, the official Super Bowl broadcast, courtesy of Dial Global Sports, featured play-by-plays from Kevin Harlan and color commentary by Boomer Esiason, with stations in Baltimore — WIYY and WBAL — and San Francisco — KSAN-FM and KNBR — also carrying the game.

For those less interested in the game and more in the commercials, there are a handful of sites featuring all of the expensive, high-profile advertisements for viewing... Read More

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