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Super Bowl 2021 won’t stream in 4K or HDR this year — because of COVID – The Verge

The 2021 Super Bowl will take place on February 7th, but unlike last year, you won’t be able to watch it in 4K or HDR. CBS Sports Digital says that it won’t be…

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There wont be a 4K stream for Super Bowl LV
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The 2021 Super Bowl wont be available to stream in 4K or HDR this year when it airs on February 7th, CBS Sports Digital has confirmed to The Verge. The company is citing production limitations caused by the COVID-19 pandemic as the reason.
Last year marked the first time that the Super Bowl was available in 4K and HDR, but that stream was broadcast by Fox Sports, which had a lot more experience broadcasting 4K NFL games,…

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