Super Bowl XLVI Goes Mobile with The Official Guide Presented by Verizon & Game Program Presented By Chevrolet
NFL fans will be able to experience all aspects of Super Bowl XLVI at SUPERBOWL.COM with dynamic live programming, community features, in-depth event coverage from reporters and expert analysts, plus an interactive trivia challenge.
THE SUPER BOWL XLVI OFFICIAL GUIDE PRESENTED BY VERIZON features a detailed guide to local restaurants, nightlife, and official Super Bowl events, with a 3D map of Indianapolis and an interactive 3D map of Lucas Oil Stadium for game day. Follow all of the social media buzz, pin your parking spot and find your seating section in the stadium, plus much more. You can get the app on your Android phone (http://market.android.com/details?id=com.nfl.sbxlviguide), Android tablet (http://market.android.com/details?id=com.nfl.sbxlviguidetab) or iTunes App Store (http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/sb-xlvi-guide/id413928892?mt=8).
THE SUPER BOWL XLVI GAME PROGRAM PRESENTED BY CHEVROLET is a digital version of the iconic souvenir program optimized for a tablet. With additional interactive content, the Program chronicles the New York Giants’ and New England Patriots’ roads to Super Bowl XLVI, captures memories of past Super Bowls and recaps key moments from the 2011 season. “The Super Bowl XLVI Game Program Presented by Chevrolet” will be available for free in the Android Market and iTunes App Store.
SUPERBOWL.COM contains detailed information on events during the week, live streaming of Media Day and Radio Row, a visitor’s guide and how to buy Super Bowl XLVI tickets. Fans may visit SUPERBOWL.COM to find out locations around Indianapolis of all official NFL Shops at Super Bowl XLVI as well as information about The NFL Experience presented by GMC, pro football’s interactive theme park. Fans may follow @nfl and @superbowl on Twitter or go to www.superbowl.com/nflx for the most up-to-date information on player and celebrity appearances at The NFL Experience.
Fans may watch live online streaming of the week’s biggest events including Super Bowl XLVI Media Day, Super Bowl Live from Radio Row, the Commissioner’s news conference, and the announcement of the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2012.
In addition to the unprecedented live Super Bowl streaming on NBCSports.com and NFL.com, the Super Bowl broadcast will be exclusively available to Verizon Wireless mobile customers in the U.S. via NFL Mobile only from Verizon. The NFL Mobile only from Verizon app also includes exclusive live streaming of the Super Bowl XLVI radio broadcasts in English and Spanish, as well as on-demand Super Bowl XLVI video highlights. NFL Mobile only from Verizon users can get additional Super Bowl XLVI coverage on the application’s live 24-7 stream of NFL Network. For more information on mobile access, Verizon Wireless customers can visit: http://verizonwireless.com/nfl/.
NFL.com also features a powerful lineup, including senior writers Steve Wyche and Jason La Canfora, analysts Bucky Brooks, Gil Brandt and Elliot Harrison and national reporter Jeff Darlington. Information and insight from NFL Network reporter Albert Breer, former front office executive Michael Lombardi and Super Bowl XXXV winning coach Brian Billick round out the comprehensive coverage.
On game day, fans around the globe can listen to international radio broadcasts of Super Bowl XLVI. NFL.com will stream broadcasts from 10 countries including Spain, Germany, China, Russia and Japan. Additionally, Super Bowl commercials will be available on SUPERBOWL.COM at the end of each quarter. Fans will be able to rate, comment on, and share the commercials.
For the twelfth consecutive year, fans will be able to vote for the Super Bowl XLVI MVP presented by Chevrolet 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.
Fans can test their Super Bowl knowledge with the NFL Two-Minute Trivia Super Bowl game. To prepare for the challenge, check out the comprehensive history section that includes highlights from the first 45 Super Bowl games.
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