Watch Super Bowl LIV in 4K on cable
Just sign up for Fios TV One and pick up a Fios TV One 4K set top box.
Then turn on channel 1498 on Super Bowl Sunday and you’ll be ready to watch in the most amazing video quality.
Super Bowl LIV will also be available in 4K through Comcast and DirecTV.
Will Super Bowl be in 4k?
Fox Sports announced back in December 2019 that the Super Bowl LIV will be the first Super Bowl to be streamed in 4K — a resolution sharper than traditional HD cable TV broadcasting — as well as high-dynamic-range (HDR).
Where can I watch the Super Bowl in 4k?
Watch the Super Bowl in 4K via cable or satellite
- AT&T’s DirecTV (channel 105)
- Altice’s Optimum (channel 200)
- Comcast Xfinity (say “4K” into the voice remote)
- Dish (channel 540)
- Verizon Fios (channel 1498)
- T-Mobile TVision (channel 120)
Will the 2020 Super Bowl be broadcast in 4k?
For first time ever, the Super Bowl will be broadcast in 4K Ultra High Definition, according to Fox, the network carrying the big game. Go to Foxsports.com/nfl/super-bowl-2020 to learn how. To see the action in HD, you’ll also need a 4K television (and a streaming device).
How do I watch the Superbowl in 4k on DirecTV?
DIRECTV Will Air Super Bowl LIV In 4K HDR
- DIRECTV has announced at its web site that it will broadcast next month’s NFL Super Bowl from Miami in 4K HDR (High Dynamic Range).
- The satcaster says the game will be available in the new picture format on channel 105.
- This will be the first time that the Super Bowl will be broadcast in 4K.
Is NFL on Amazon Prime 4k?
Fox is expanding its 4K offerings. On top of that, NFL Network exclusive games will be available through via Yahoo Sports and other Verizon Media services, while FOX Thursday Night Football games will be simulcast on Amazon Prime Video and Twitch.
Is the NFL in 4k?
Right now, the only NFL games that will be broadcast in 4K are Thursday Night Football. You can also catch a number of NCAA football and MLB games in 4K through the Fox Sports app. There is not a separate section for 4K broadcasts — simply look for a “4K” badge on programs in the channel guide.