fuboTV Adds NFL Network Alternate Feed For When You Can’t Watch a Pre-Season Game In Your Local Market
Over the course of the 2019 NFL preseason, NFL Network will show 14 games nationally, except in the local markets of the competing teams. For instance, tonight’s New York Jets vs. New York Giants is available everywhere outside of the New York Area.
While services like PlayStation Vue and Sling TV carry NFL Network, fuboTV has become the first Live TV Streaming Service to carry the NFL Network Alternate Feed, in addition to the main feed, meaning that those in the local market who are blacked out from the primary NFL Network telecast, can watch an alternate game. You won’t be able to watch two games though, as the alternate feed is blacked out in markets where you can get the primary game.
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Week 1 NFL Network Alternate Telecasts
Indianapolis Colts at Buffalo Bills
Aug 8 @ 7pm ET
Available in of New York, Albany, and Hartford instead of New York Jets vs. New York Giants, which is airing locally on WNBC.
Denver Broncos at Seattle Seahawks
Aug 8 @ 10pm ET
Available in Southern California and Arizona instead of Los Angeles Chargers at Arizona Cardinals, which is airing locally in Los Angeles (WABC) and Phoenix (KPNX).
Minnesota Vikings at New Orleans Saints
Aug 9 @ 7:30pm ET
Available in Florida, Columbus, OH, and Western Pennsylvania instead of Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Pittsburgh Steelers, which is airing locally in Tampa Bay (WFLA) and Pittsburgh (KDKA).
Cincinnati Bengals at Kansas City Chiefs
Aug 10 @ 9pm ET
Available in of Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Northern California instead of Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco. which is airing locally in Dallas (KXTX) and San Francisco (KPIX).
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