There are a lot of options when it comes to coverage of Super Bowl XLVII.
From live TV to streaming videos, apps, and radio coverage, catching the big game should be possible for everyone.
CBS is the official broadcaster for the 2013 Super Bowl. The big game starts tomorrow, Feb 3, at 6:30 EST, with pre-game coverage starting at 11 AM EST.
Here is the lineup of the pre-game shows:
• 11AM EST Road to the Super Bowl
• NOON EST Wynton Marsalls Special
• 1PM EST Phil Simms All-Iron Team
• 2PM The Super Bowl Today special
• 6PM Kickoff Show
If you will be watching the game over the internet, live streaming of the entire game can be found at CBSSports.com/superbowl.
If you are interested in pre-game shows, they can be found on ESPN, NBC Sports Network, and CBS Sports Network.
Additionally, the NFL’s website is streaming videos such as The Road To The Super Bowl, along with other videos about the highlights and history of the Super Bowl.
There are many radio stations covering Super Bowl 2013. Sirius XM Radio NFL Channel 88 is going to be airing the game. Also, we found several lists of affiliate stations that are covering the game:
If you subscribe to NFL Mobile, you can catch the Super Bowl on your mobile device. This app is available exclusively through Verizon, and is subject to a monthly fee of $5. Additional data charges may apply. Devices that can run this app include iPhones and Android devices.
For international viewers (excluding Canada and Mexico), owners of iOS devices can download the NFL Game Pass app from the iTunes Store, which will stream the Super Bowl game for you.
Are you ready for Super Bowl 2013? What are you looking forward to the most – the game, the commercials, or the halftime show?
Please share your comments in the section below!