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NBC Adds Live Streaming and A-Team to iOS App

NBC on Wednesday updated its iOS app to include its TV Everywhere live streaming option. People with a cable/satellite subscription can now stream NBC content to their iPod touch, iPhone or iPad. The service is only available in select markets, so it's not available to everyone just yet. The app also supports AirPlay so users can stream content to their Apple TV.

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NBC also added a classics section to its on-demand section. The new section includes older episodes of television shows like The A-Team, Miami Vice, Kojak, Battlestar Galactica, The Incredible Hulk, Knight Rider and more!

Watch Super Bowl XLIX for Free on Your iPad or Desktop

Normally you need a cable subscription to stream live TV on your tablet or desktop, but NBC Universal announced on Tuesday that it will allow everyone to watch the Super Bowl festivities on February 1st. “Super Stream Sunday” will be available to anyone with the NBC Sports Live Extra app or users can live stream the event at NBCSports.com/liveextra using their computer. The 11 hours of continuous content will include everything from the actual game, to the Katy Perry half time show, and even a post-game presentation of The Blacklist. Here's a blurb and fine print from the official press release:

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The special access event kicks off at noon ET with NBC’s Super Bowl pre-game coverage and concludes with The Blacklist, which follows post-game coverage at approximately 10 p.m. ET. Consumers accessing NBC Sports Live Extra and NBC.com during “Super Stream Sunday” will not be prompted to log-in with their cable/satellite/telco credentials; however, as part of this special access, they will receive consistent messaging in and around the experience about the ease in authenticating after the end of The Blacklist.

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