BLOOMINGTON, Minnesota – The Not Done Network, the New England Patriots' week-long content channel being broadcast from Super Bowl LII in Minnesota, announced Verizon Fios as a new distribution partner today. With this partnership, Verizon Fios TV customers throughout Massachusetts and Rhode Island with HD set top boxes will now be able to watch around-the-clock Patriots coverage on their TVs for the remainder of the week leading up to Super Bowl LII.
As the Patriots seek their sixth Super Bowl Championship when they take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday, Verizon Fios has dedicated Channel 601 to the Not Done Network as a nod to the team's historic endeavor. Visit verizon.com/notdone for more information, including calendar listings.
"We are proud to partner with the Patriots to offer Fios TV customers across Massachusetts and Rhode Island access to around-the-clock, full HD, coverage direct from the team's own Not Done Network," said Ken Dixon, group president for Verizon Consumer Markets.
The unique content channel leading up to a championship game is believed to be the first of its kind in any sport and certainly the first of its kind for Super Bowl coverage. So, as the Patriots attempt to make history by winning three out of four Super Bowls for the second time in franchise history, Verizon Fios is making history, too.
The Not Done Network will continue its 24/7 coverage through Saturday, Feb. 3 at 8:00 p.m. Hosts Molly McGrath and Jay Crawford will bring Patriots fans non-stop coverage, including reports from around the Twin Cities, Patriots press availabilities, live studio shows, interviews and much more.