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Super Bowl 2014 live stream: FOX offering online and mobile broadcasts

FOX will provide free streaming of Super Bowl XLVIII for web and mobile users.

Ronald Martinez

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Don't have access to a TV or cable hookup on Super Bowl Sunday? Don't sweat it, because as long as you have Internet access or a mobile device, FOX has you covered.

In addition to their TV broadcast, FOX will be offering a free live stream of Super Bowl XLVIII through FOX Sports Go. While the platform typically requires an authentication from a cable provider, the network is suspending that requirement for its Super Bowl coverage and will allow any user to watch without having to sign in. The stream will be available online at and for mobile users through the FOX Sports Go app.

FOX will not only stream the game itself, which kicks off at 6:30 p.m. ET, but its pregame coverage as well. That begins at noon ET with a Road to the Super Bowl special, followed by Football America: Our Stories at 1 p.m. ET. The official pregame show will begin at 2 p.m. ET.

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