Trying to watch the football game and they keep changing to a sideline Vikings announcer talking to a player while the game is going on. So stupid. People want to watch the game not watch a sideline interview during game play.
A new deal is said to be in the works between Verizon and the NFL making it possible for customers to stream NFL games on connected TV's and tablets. However, Verizon will lose the exclusive rights to stream games on smartphones.
For NFL fans with Amazon Prime memberships, a new perk is sure to liven up your Thursday nights. Starting September 28th, with Chicago Bears v Green Bay Packers, live Thursday Night Football games will be streamed on the Amazon Prime site and the Prime Video app.
CBS All Access is an online streaming service that allows their customers to stream network content to their device. This service has been limited in certain ways, but this weekend you will be able to stream weekend and Thursday night NFL games through the service.
Verizon, the exclusive wireless partner of the NFL, is now making it so that data used from NFL mobile doesn't count toward users' data cap. NFL Mobile offers live coverage of NFL games, as well as highlights and other content.
Snapchat is growing every day and we're seeing more and more brands launching their own Discover channel on the platform.
Thanks to a job listing discovered on Linked In, it seems the NFL is looking for an editor to manage an NFL Discover channel on Snapchat.
Before, NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers had to pay for an additional MAX upgrade if they wanted to watch out-of-market games through the system.
AT&T has announced that this is no longer required for its 22nd season. The MAX upgrade will still come with some premium features, but it won't be...
Bloomberg reports that Twitter won a bidding war against the likes of Amazon, Verizon, Facebook and Yahoo for rights to stream NFL's Thursday Night Football games online starting with the 2016 season. It's a pretty big deal that's unique for a company like Twitter.
The NFL has announced All or Nothing, a new reality series that goes deep into a team's locker room during the ups and downs of a season. The first season will follow the Arizona Cardinals' path to the NFC Championship game. The series will premiere exclusively on Amazon Video.
If you love commercials during the Super Bowl, but don't want to wait until tonight, here are some of the tech commercials that will be shown to the world.
We'll see a few common faces, but will also see a couple newcomers in these awesome Super Bowl 50 commercials.
Who's ready for Super Bowl Sunday? Are you itching to watch the best game of the season, but don't know how to get it on your various devices?
No worries, follow the steps here, and you'll be on your way to the promised land.
The NFL has announced that it is in talks with unnamed potential partners for a deal that would allow them to stream Thursday Night Football games online.
However, Variety has been in talks with multiple sources who claim these four big internet giants are the ones negotiating with the NFL for...
YouTube has already kicked off its Super Bowl 50 Adblitz campaign and the company is encouraging advertisers to tease their commercials early.
So you can head to their Adblitz website and watch a few teasers before the game and then they want you to come back during and after the game to catch...
Last year it was Yahoo who won the right to stream an NFL game that took place in London and this year it seems that Google wants to do it.
According to Reuters, Google is in the middle of a negotiation with the NFL for the rights to stream one(or possibly all three) Football games that take...
Visa and the New England Patriots teamed up to give us an inside look at a professional NFL practice through virtual reality. You can check the experience out on YouTube using Google Cardboard for the best experience, though it's perfectly viewable on your Android device without it.
For the first time the NFL will allow their content to be streamed for free live on the web with media partner Yahoo. That means you can watch directly from your Android Phone, Android Tablet, Android TV, or on your regular television through Chromecast.