Super Bowl again to be streamed live online

January 22, 2014

The Super Bowl will again be streamed live online.

Fox said Wednesday that it would offer free access to all users on computers and tablets through its app for the NFL championship on Feb. 2. For other this season, only subscribers to certain cable companies could watch through Fox Sports Go.

The last two Super Bowls on NBC and CBS were available online through Web browsers. This is the first time the game will be streamed through an app.

On smartphones, the game will be available through Verizon's NFL Mobile app.

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