Live online streaming of events including all 12 podiums at Media Day
Fans have their say with Twitter and through Super Bowl MVP voting
Top analysts offering unique Super Bowl perspectives
NFL fans will be able to experience all aspects of Super Bowl XLIV at NFL.com with dynamic video programming, new community features, in-depth event coverage, and an interactive trivia challenge.
For the first time, users can choose what they want to watch from the NFL.com cameras on Media Day (Tuesday, Feb. 2 at 10 a.m. ET) at Sun Life Stadium, the home of Super Bowl XLIV. There will be one camera covering each of the 12 featured members of the competing teams, as well as one camera with NFL Network reporter and NFL RedZone host Scott Hanson explaining the event.
Fans can be a part of the Super Bowl XLIV conversation across the web by tagging their Flickr photos and Twitter posts with #SB44, the official tag of Super Bowl XLIV. Fans then can celebrate the Super Bowl through other fans' perspectives by visiting NFL.com/SB44, a page that aggregates the tweets and photos into an interactive and dynamic presentation.
Throughout the week, NFL.com/Superbowl will be the virtual home of Radio Row. Within the video section, exclusive interviews with NFL luminaries, celebrities and special guests will be posted as they make their way through South Florida.
NFL.com also will feature a powerful lineup of reporters and analysts, including senior columnist Vic Carucci, senior writers Steve Wyche and Jason La Canfora, analysts Bucky Brooks and Gil Brandt and former NFL personnel executive Pat Kirwan. Information and insight from NFL Network experts Solomon Wilcots, Sterling Sharpe, Jamie Dukes and more round out the comprehensive coverage. In addition, NFL Blog Blitz, powered by SportsFanLive.com, will continue their coverage of the NFL teams from the fan's perspective.
On game day, fans around the globe can listen to international radio broadcasts of Super Bowl XLIV. NFL.com will stream broadcasts from 10 countries including Spain, Belgium, Italy, Russia and Japan.
For the tenth consecutive year, fans will be able to vote for the Super Bowl MVP presented by GMC Sierra on NFL.com. In addition, fans also will be able to visit NFL.com on web-enabled mobile devices to vote for the MVP. In the fourth quarter of the game, fans, along with a media panel, will select the MVP, who will be awarded the Pete Rozelle Trophy. Combined votes on NFL.com and web-enabled mobile devices will count 20 percent towards the MVP.
NFL.com/Superbowl also is a virtual tour guide, complete with an expanded visitor's guide, an events section, and background on Sun Life Stadium.