Fox Sports dances between free streaming and TV Everywhere


Fox Sports (FOXA) will stream the Super Bowl live for free, but will restrict online access to the NFC postseason games to authenticated Pay-TV customers of Comcast, AT&T's U-verse, and Cablevision, according to Variety.

The fragmented approach by the network is in part due to its need to keep cable/satellite providers (DISH, DTV, CHTR, CVC, TWC) content that the TV Everywhere authentication model is moving forward - while at the same not limiting itself to advertising opportunities for the most-watched event of the year.

This will be the third year in a row that the Super Bowl has been streamed.

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