About a week ago PlayStation Vue announced that they will be adding the NFL Network and NFL Redzone to their service. Now it looks like you can access the NFL Network as a PlayStation Vue subscriber but only on a PC for now.
With both channels launching in time for the NFL regular season this fall, fans can enjoy watching their favorite gridiron matchups using PlayStation Vue’s unique TV streaming features, including cloud DVR, powerful search and discovery tools, and simultaneous streaming, which allows users on the same account to watch the networks on multiple devices at the same time.
Cord Cutting NFL fans for the first time can catch NFL Network’s Thursday Night Football games, along with popular shows such as NFL GameDay Morning, A Football Life, Timeline, wall-to-wall news and fantasy coverage from around the NFL, and much more. With NFL RedZone, fans can watch the big moments from NFL games on Sunday afternoons, featuring cuts from stadium to stadium and delivering the most exciting plays as they happen.
PlayStation Vue has not officially added the NFL Network to their service yet but there is a work around to watch it on your PC. Here is how to access the NFL Network on your PC with your PlayStation Vue login.
Step #1: First go over the CNBC site and login to watch live. http://www.cnbc.com/live-tv/
Step #2: After you login at the CNBC to watch live go to the NFL Networks page and you will automatically be logged in to watch live: http://nflnonline.nfl.com/
That is it you can now watch the NFL Network live on your PC if you are a PlayStation Vue subscriber.
Credit to a Reddit User elivergara for finding this work around.
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