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Verizon to Show Super Bowl 2020 In 4K

Verizon has announced at its web site that it will broadcast next month’s NFL Super Bowl from Miami in 4K. The telco joins DIRECTV, Altice (Optimum) and the live streaming service, fuboTV, as pay TV providers that will carry the game in the new picture format. Click Amazon: See Today’s Hottest Deals!! Comcast’s Twitter page

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Will the AFC & NFC Championship Games Be In 4K?

Q. I’m very excited about the Super Bowl being in 4K, but I was wondering if this weekend’s championship games will be in 4K, too. It would seem likely considering the Super Bowl will be. So what’s the deal, Mr. Answer Man? — Lauren, Vero Beach, Florida.  Lauren, before I answer, allow me to offer

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Comcast Flips: No Super Bowl In 4K

Comcast said today that it’s now uncertain if it will broadcast next month’s NFL Super Bowl from Miami in 4K. The cable operator’s Twitter page said this week that it would carry it in 4K in response to a question from a subscriber on Twitter. Click Amazon: See Today’s Top Deals!! “For the first time

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Updated: Comcast Switches & Now Says No Super Bowl 2020 In 4K

Comcast said today that it’s now uncertain if it will broadcast next month’s NFL Super Bowl from Miami in 4K. Update: Comcast says it will show the Super Bowl in 4K. The cable operator’s Twitter page said this week that it would carry it in 4K in response to a question from a subscriber on

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NFL Sunday Ticket: Why Doesn’t DIRECTV Offer Single Team Plan?

Q. Why doesn’t DIRECTV offer a single team plan with the NFL Sunday Ticket like Major League Baseball does with the MLB.TV package? It seems to me that a lot more people would subscribe if they would just get one team for less money rather than having to get the whole plan for $300! —

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5 TV Predictions For 2020

Q. You used to be the TV predictions guy. Don’t you have some predictions for the next year coming up? I would like to see what you think will happen with DIRECTV and some other companies. — Maryann, Cincinnati.  Maryann, I did run the TVPredictions.com industry web site for nearly twenty years before launching this

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