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Super Bowl Stream To Be Blocked Inside MetLife Stadium In Bid To Focus On Uploads
Published January 29, 2014
LIGHTING THE WAY: NFL Exec VP/Business Ventures Eric Grubman said that he is "confident that Sunday's Super Bowl ... won't have a repeat of last year's blackout." He noted MetLife Stadium is in "exceptional condition." Grubman "assured that they've done multiple tests" on the venue. He said, "There are multiple sources of power that come from different power plants. More than one plant would have to go down" (BROADCASTINGCABLE.com, 1/27).