Arizona Viewers Get Eyeful During Super Bowl

By Staff | February 2, 2009 | 3:37 PM EST
Phoenix (AP) - A Tucson television station says its broadcast of the Super Bowl was interrupted for some customers by about 10 seconds of pornographic material.
KVOA-TV in Tucson posted a statement on its Web site late Sunday saying the only viewers who were able to see the material were those who receive the channel through Comcast cable.
KVOA says it will investigate the incident and that the game was sent out from the station without interruptions or pornographic material.
Comcast spokeswoman Tracy Baumgartner confirmed that the company's standard feed was interrupted during the Super Bowl, although she said its high definition feed was not.
Station Says Porn Clip Interrupts Super Bowl