Cord-cutter’s guide to the Super Bowl

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January 20, 2016

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Cord-cutter’s guide to watching the Super Bowl


You’re probably already planning your guest list and snacks. The Super Bowl kicks off February 7, and there are many ways to catch the game. If you eschew cable or satellite TV — or if you just want a backup in case of technical difficulties — we have a guide to your options, including mobile viewing, connecting your PC to your TV, and setting up the app to stream on your Chromecast, Apple TV, Roku, or Xbox One. Read our five ways to tune in and stream on. Read more »


Julie Wildhaber

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