The live coverage from CBSSports.com, NBCSports.com and NFL.com will come from CBS' and NBC's TV coverage of the games. Complementing that stream will be a number of extra features to enrich the viewing experience including additional camera angles, in-game highlights, live statistics and other interactive elements.
Last year's first-ever live stream of a Super Bowl in the United States attracted 2.1 million users, making it the most-watched, single-game sports event ever online, according to data provided by Omniture and mDialog, surpassing any previously reported record. The live game stream was available on both NBCSports.com and NFL.com as well as NFL Mobile from Verizon.
NBC Postseason Extra will kick off on Saturday, January 5 with NBC's Wild Card Saturday doubleheader. Coverage will continue on Sunday, January 27 for the 2013 Pro Bowl live from Hawaii. NFL.com and NBCSports.com will feature the audio from NBC's broadcast teams.
Verizon wireless customers can catch postseason action live on their smartphones with coverage available on NFL Mobile from Verizon. Running on the nation's largest 4G LTE network and largest, most reliable 3G network, NFL Mobile from Verizon will be the on-the-go source for real-time coverage. Prior to the games, customers can use NFL Mobile from Verizon to keep up-to-date with breaking news, highlights, video on demand and live NFL Network coverage available on an array of smartphones. NFL Mobile from Verizon is available exclusively to Verizon Wireless customers for $5/ month. Data charges may apply for download and use of the application. For more information about NFL Mobile from Verizon including how to purchase the app and a list of compatible devices, visit www.verizoninsider.com/nfl.