The Newest Super Bowl Tradition Continues: Free Streaming

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In what has recently become a Super Bowl tradition, 21st Century Fox (NYSE:FOX) will stream February 2′s Super Bowl XLVIII to U.S. Internet users for free, Variety reports.

This year’s Super Bowl is set to begin at 6:30 p.m. Eastern on Sunday, February 2, and the Internet stream will come live from MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J., and will feature a halftime show headlined by Bruno Mars. The stream will be available at foxsportsgo.com and will also be viewable via its mobile app, FoxSportsGo, for iOS devices.

This will be the third year in a row that the Super Bowl has been streamed for free to U.S. Internet users after NBC (NYSE:CMCSA) first streamed the game for free in 2012, along with both of the wild card games and the Pro Bowl. CBS (NYSE:CBS) then followed in NBC’s footsteps in 2013 and has become much more liberal when it comes to free streaming sports content in the time since.

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