What’s the best way to watch Super Bowls on Facebook Live?
That’s what the NFL’s Facebook Live feed team is going to be using to track the games.
In an exclusive interview with Sports Illustrated, Facebook Live’s senior vice president of content, Mike Wahlberg, said the site is already rolling out live streaming coverage to its users.
But in the days ahead, Facebook will begin rolling out a new version of its Facebook Live app for iPhones and iPads, Wahlburg said.
In other words, users will be able to access Facebook Live without needing to download the app.
That version of Facebook Live is called Facebook Live Lite, and it will be available for iPhone and iPad users starting Monday.
Facebook Live also has a “new” feature that allows users to customize their Live stream to their liking, Wahlenberg said.
Facebook users can choose the type of video they want to watch and the video’s resolution and quality.
For example, you can choose to watch a video of a football game, which will include the game scores and other game statistics.
You can also select a video to start at 8:30 a.m.
ET and end at 9:30 p.m., and then choose a time to watch.
If you’re watching at a resolution of 720p, you’ll see a live stream at the top of the page, and you’ll be able scroll through a list of games and games that have finished.
Facebook is also rolling out additional features to Facebook Live that will allow you to play videos from your mobile phone, such as an interactive app that lets you watch the game in real time.
“If you’re a football fan, it’s easy to be a fan of one team and then watch the rest of the game, and that’s a great way to spend time,” Wahlburger said.
He added that the new version will allow for a wider selection of games.
The NFL and the NFL Players Association are planning to discuss the issue of livestreaming during the upcoming NFL owners meetings.