For the second year in a row, the NFL will be streaming Sunday’s Super Bowl live on the web and mobile devices. If you aren’t going to be in front of a TV tomorrow night at 6:30pm ET, here are your options for catching the game:
YouTube is back with the Super Bowl ad voting channel AdBlitz, partnering this year with AdWeek.
NBC, the official television network of the 2012 London Summer Olympics, has extended its coverage to Pinterest to give users a very unique look at the games.
NBC Politics and foursquare have partnered up to offer a very cool series of badges for the 2012 Presidential campaign.
Twitter and Google recently took to their blogs to offer up a few last minute Super Bowl resources.
Comcast posted on their blog today that they are adding Fox and ABC shows to their OnDemand library.
This is in addition to the two broadcast networks they already had deals with- NBC and CBS.
theGrio.com, a division of NBC News, is partnering with foursquare for a pretty cool black history education social media project. The partnership has created a new black history foursquare badge. You can earn the badge by following theGrio on foursquare and then checking-in to the 100 or so venues that theGrio has selected as historically […]