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Want to watch the Baltimore Ravens and the San Francisco 49ers duke it out at the 2013 Super Bowl without being in front of the TV, or without relying on a cable TV subscription? Then you’re in luck: Super Bowl XLVII will once again be streamed live online in its entirety. This time around, you’ll even be able to catch the halftime show online. And of course there are plenty of sites that let you watch all those great Super Bowl ads and more.
Check out our ultimate guide to watching Super Bowl XLVII live online and mobile devices below:
- CBS Sports will live stream the Super Bowl XLVII on its website in its entirety starting at 6 p.m. ET (3 p.m. PT). The stream will feature multiple camera angles, DVR functionality, real-time stats and curated tweets. Also notable: This will be the first time ever that a network is going to stream the entire halftime show, including Beyonce’s performance.
- Verizon mobile and FIOS customers can also catch the action on NFL Mobile, which is available on Android and iOS devices. But beware: An NFL Mobile subscription costs $5 a month.
- NFL Gamepass streams the Super Bowl to viewers from outside of the U.S.
- Hulu offers videos of many Super Bowl ads in its Adzone.
- YouTube has teamed up with Adweek for its Ad Blitz, offering Super Bowl ads, an animated GIF generator and more.
- Getty Images is going to publish photos of all the Super Bow action as it happens on its Facebook page.
- Intonow will allow viewers to vote on Super Bowl ads in real time. The Yahoo-owned second screen app, which is available for iOS and Android, also integrates with Animal Planet’s Puppy Bowl, promising live polls, video extras, exclusive photos, a real-time meme generator, and of course a puppy overload.
- Ustream proves that there is more than one puppy bowl, after all: The site is streaming Rescue Bowl, featuring adorable shelter dogs, starting Sunday at 2p.m. ET..
- ConnecTV will offer live chats during the Super Bowl as well as the half-time show featuring talent from a number of CBS affiliates as well as YouTube darling Michael Buckley. The second-screen app is available for iPhones and iPads as well as Windows and OS X PC.
- GetGlue will offer exclusive stickers for viewers who watch the Super Bowl ads, and it’s partnering with Hulu to bring videos of the ads to its site.
We will add links to additional apps and sites to this list in the coming days.
For more on how to watch sports and other TV programming without paying for cable, check out my ebook Cut the Cord: All You Need to Know to Drop Cable.