Posted November 06, 2018 09:48:07 The NFL Network has officially announced that Alarm will be launching a live streaming platform in 2018.
It’s the second major NFL service in the past few years to launch live streaming.
The company is also planning to release a podcast app.
Alarm launched as a podcast in 2018, and the company is now looking to add podcasts to its service.
Alarm-tv is the brainchild of former Alarm host Matt Filer, who created the service in 2018 to let fans listen to a wide variety of podcasts.
He plans to continue expanding the service and eventually launch a full-fledged live streaming service.
The Alarm team has also revealed a few other details about the new service.
The first is that fans can listen to live podcasts on any device and will be able to switch between different audio streams.
This is great for fans of different genres who like to listen to podcasts on their devices.
The company also plans to expand the Alarm roster of hosts, as well as the amount of podcasts that will be available to watch.
This will allow the company to expand its catalog and offer a wider range of podcasts for fans to enjoy.
Fans can now follow the Alarbs on Twitter and Instagram.
It seems like Alarm is trying to get more mainstream, with Filer’s original podcasts being featured on shows like Conan, The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and Late Night with Seth Meyers.
This could be a good move to get fans of all types interested in the service.