NBC’s Super Bowl broadcast goes dark for almost 30 seconds
When one of the most-watched occurrences in TV extends dark for nearly 30 seconds, parties see. That was demonstrate at Super Bowl 52 when NBC’s coverage briefly cut to a black screen and dead air, lots to the confusion of those watching.
Early in video games, when the screen get pitch-black, it returned to NFL reporters Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth constituting no mention of the accident, leaving countless fans to wonder if it was a snag happening with their very own televisions.
Not long after, an NBC spokesperson released a statement explaining the situation and what effected it.