The 46th Super Bowl can be watched not just in the United States, but also in the other countries where Super Bowl is licensed to be televised. That includes Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Latin America, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Spain, Sweden, and the United Kingdom.

In the United States, the Super Bowl will be televised nationally by NBC. Super Bowl 2012 will also be streamed online. The live stream can be watched via via Verizon Wireless on mobile. This year will be historic as this year is the year that Super Bowl will have its first legal online streaming of a telecast in the United States.

The TV schedule of the 2012 Super Bowl in other countries are published in the official websites of each TV station in each country. For Australia, check out the official website of ESPN, One HD, and Network Ten. If you’re from Austria, check out Puls 4’s website regarding the TV schedule of Super Bowl. Be Sport 1, Prime Sport 1 for Belgium. ESPN, ESPN HD, and TV Esporte Interativo for Brazil. CTV, RDS for Canada. TV3+ and TV3+ HD for Denmark. Nelonen Pro 1 and Nelonen Pro 2 for Finland. W9 for France. Sat.1 and ESPN America HD for Germany. Sport 1 for Hungary. BBC and Sky Sports for Ireland. Channel 2 for Israel. Sportitalia and ESPN America for Italy. NHK BS1 and NTV G+ for Japan. ESPN, ESPN HD, Fox Sports and Fox Sports HD for Latin America. Televisa, TV Azteca for Mexico. ESPN for Netherlands. Viasat Sport Norge, Viasat Sport HD and NRK for Norway. Polsat Sport for Poland. SportTV for Portugal. Sport 1 for Romania. Canal+ 1 for Canada. TV10, Viasat Fotboll, and Viasat Fotboll HD for Sweden. And lastly, BBC and Sky Sports for United Kingdom.

That’s it. You can check the official websites of each TV channel that we mentioned and you’ll get the exact time Super Bowl XLVI will be televised.

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