CAROLINA — The NFL is making a push for a better way to deliver the NFL’s football game broadcasts.NFL.com has learned that the league has hired a video production company to produce NFL Network’s preseason NFL Home Improvement Station, which will air Monday through Friday from the Mercedes-Benz Superdome in New Orleans.
The NFL and NFL Network have not announced a premiere date, but it will air on Monday through Thursday from 4:30 p.m. to 9 p.c. on NFL Network.
The station will feature live action of every play of the preseason game.
The league will also stream the games of the Week 11 and Week 13 on NFL Game Pass.
The league will stream preseason games from the NFL Network on the NFL.com mobile app for iPhone, iPad, Android and Roku devices.NFL Home Improvement stations are set up with the help of NFL Network, and will also be available on NFL.tv.
The first NFL Home Optimization Station, dubbed the NFL Superdomeside Experience, debuted in 2015.
It featured a studio that was located in New York, a field in Miami and a team bus that would take fans on a journey through a stadium.
The second NFL Home improvement station, called the NFL Experience, was launched in 2016, and featured a full-length film with the NFL on the back of a large screen and an audio booth that could be set up at the home of the team’s owner.
The NFL Network also launched a Home Improvement station, which was built to provide the full experience of watching the game from the field of play.
NFL Network will stream games on NFL Live in 2018.NFL Network and NFL.TV are now available on all Apple, Amazon Fire, Android, Roku and Apple TV devices.
Com is the only media provider offering the NFLHome Improvement Station.
The company is developing the NFL home improvement experience for all the NFLs players and coaches through the 2018 season.