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CBS to stream NFL playoffs to computers, tablets for first time

updated 02:10 pm EST, Thu January 2, 2014

Reflects growing importance of digital viewing

CBS will stream its full coverage of NFL playoff games to computers and tablets beginning this year, according to an announcement. That entails AFC playoff games -- including one wildcard -- and any divisional and championship rounds. People will generally have to watch through CBSSports.com, as the network hasn't said anything about app support.

The first digital coverage will begin with Sunday's Chargers v. Bengals game, scheduled to kick off at 1:05PM Eastern. Next up will be divisional rounds in Denver and New England on the 11th and 12th, and the AFC Championship on the 19th. Although it hasn't stated such, the NFL may impose blackouts in some regions to encourage live ticket sales.



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