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Superbowl: Broadcasters Planning and Rigging Underway


The broadcast internet broadcast technology is about to roll in , Disney’s network will be covering all the action leading up to the event with ESPN, ABC Disney XD and ESPN Deportes will be covering live at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas.

The 2022 Super Bowl will take place on February 13 at the SoFi Stadium in Los Angeles, where the Los Angeles Rams will take on the Cincinnati Bengals, the broadcast will have over 120 cameras with 4K and 8K resolution on offer.

ESPN, ABC Disney XD and ESPN Deportes will be the channels covering live at the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas for outside US, as NBC Super Bowl LVI will be broadcast to the home grown US audiences on free to air.

Feeds  in the UK will be split into the BBC for the Brits on the free to air broadcaster with the world feed and timezone expected to be lower audience due to timezone issues this year.

“The Rock” Dwayne Johnston BTS at NBC shoot for Superbowl.

Guest introduction from NBC broadcast will bring in the heavyweight actor “The Rock” Dwayne Johnston to introduce the US broadcast with the Pespsi Halftime Show to evoke local LA  music star power , See our preview of the stars here with the blockbuster

Postseason NFL countdown will be aired live from the the stadium offering a two-hour pregame show exclusive to ESPN and Disney’s ABC in the lead up to the game.

In ESPN’s Pro Bowl Week program, a prime time presentation of Pro Bowl Skills Showdown will feature on the 3rd of February, as well as live on-site reports and Countdown in the lead up.

Throughout the week the NFL Flag Championship will take place featuring boys and girls of all ages.

The Super Bowl LVI coverage after the Pro Bowl Program, will take place at Disneyland California, with exclusive fan experiences available.

ESPN Deportes will provide the entire telecast of the Super Bowl and events leading up to the event  in Spanish.

This comes after ESPN had its most successful January  in seven years since January 2015.

The Australian Open, NFL and College Football are said to be the key contributors to broadcast networks success for the last month.

In an effort to boost ratings, NBC will be broadcasting the Super Bowl and will feature the Winter Olympics in its post show spot.
Last year viewership sank to 96.4 million, down from a record high of 114.4 million in 2015.

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