Will Yoder
Tuesday December 20th, 2011

For the first time ever, the Super Bowl will be streamed online and accessible via mobile device, the Associated Press reports.

The NFL announced today that all postseason games broadcast by NBC, including wild card Saturday, the Pro Bowl, and the Super Bowl will be streamed through NBC.com and on Verizon’s NFL Mobile application. Viewers who tune-in online will have access to additional camera angels and live stats, according to the Associated Press.

Last year the Super bowl attracted 111 million viewers, which made it the most viewed broadcast on television. NBC has been broadcasting games online since the 2008 season.

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