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CBS TO OFFER “SECOND SCREENS” FOR ALL SEC FOOTBALL GAMES

September 10, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

CBS plans to give viewers of its Southeast Conference football telecasts “the ultimate second-screen experience” this season by streaming each game and allowing viewers to watch plays via multiple camera angles. The telecasts will be available on CBSSports.com and via a mobile app. “For every SEC on CBS broadcast this season, including what may be the biggest college football game of 2013, fans will be able to see the game action like never before,” said Jeffrey Gerttula, general manager of CBSSports.com. Fans will be able to view the entire field via CBS’s All-22 camera angle, which was first used during CBS’s coverage of the Super Bowl last February. “Viewers will have the ability to switch back and forth between the game simulcast and the All-22 camera angle, and will also have access to live team and player statistics, Twitter integration, interactive elements including polling and highlights and additional on-demand video,” the network said in a statement.