Super Bowl XLI webcast is going to be hot, red hot
Cleveland, OH (PRWEB) January 29, 2007
"Super Bowl XLI webcast is going to be hot, red hot," states Eric Bryant of AsSeenOnTheInternet.tv. From live sporting events to live newscasts to attending a live seminar via your desktop, the Internet has become "the place" to watch TV and hear live broadcasts.
The NFL Super Bowl online traffic is not widely talked about, but if online coverage mirrors real world network increases, the sky and moon is the limit. NFL Field Pass, the NFL's Super Bowl XLI online broadcast, includes pre and post game interviews, along with live streaming audio, and press conferences.
"Online TV viewing and streaming live audio should surpass network, cable, and satellite TV watching by 2012," Bryant anticipates. More than 50% of U.S. households have broadband Internet connections and cell phone providers are including the feature to watch web TV and catch streaming audio.
Forward-thinking organizations including the NFL, the NBA, Major League Baseball, CNN, Webex (business seminars), NYC Marathon, Tour De France, All-American Soap Box Derby, Santa, Times Square New Years, Oprah, church groups, local TV stations, concert promoters, HBO, Academy Awards, Nascar, and ESPN among others are already cashing in by producing live webcasts to meet the expected demand of rising online TV watching and live audio streaming. "I just wanted to know what's available to watch and or hear on internet television, where, and when" - Eric Bryant, on why he created AsSeenOnTheInternet.tv
For additional information, contact: Eric Bryant 440-487-8413.
AsSeenOnTheInternet.tv was created on April 6, 2003, is a daily-updated TV Listings/Webcast Guide featuring broadcast times and links to watch TV and hear live audio online. See live streaming videos, live webcasts, live newscasts, live web seminars, live online concerts, live home shopping, live sporting events, live church of Jesus Christ, plus links to order pizza online while you watch TV on the Internet or hear streaming audio. Watching TV will never be the same.