For the third year in a row, Super Bowl coverage will be made available for free via live streaming from Fox Sports. This added convenience is sure to be popular with many consumers, as they will be able to access the footage on a variety of mobile devices. According to Yahoo News, “The free coverage will start on Sunday, February 2nd at 6:30 p.m. on foxsportsgo.com, but also on the FoxSportsGo application for the iPhone and iPad, and will include the halftime show featuring Bruno Mars.”
The rise of reliance on smart phones in today’s world has created the dependency on cell towers, in order to transmit a variety of signals, other than just a voice. Now, people rely on wireless service to watch videos, conduct online business, check emails, surf the net…you name it. The surge in cell towers has become a norm in today’s society, and is considered much less of an eyesore than it was 15 years ago. This is a sign of the times and an indicator of the growing need for more cell towers so that the population can stay connected and “plugged in”.