NFL fans struggled to find the Hannah Storm-Andrea Kremer broadcast on Amazon Prime

Chris Cwik
Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer called “Thursday Night Football,” but people struggled to find the broadcast. (AP Photos)
Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer called “Thursday Night Football,” but people struggled to find the broadcast. (AP Photos)

Amazon Prime made history Thursday. The streaming service’s “Thursday Night Football” booth featured Hannah Storm and Andrea Kremer. It was the first time an all-female broadcasting team covered an NFL game.

Problem is, no one could find the broadcast.

When fans initially tuned in to watch the Minnesota Vikings take on the Los Angeles Rams on Amazon Prime, they were treated to the normal Fox broadcast of Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Erin Andrews. In order to hear Storm and Kremer, they had to change a couple settings on Amazon.

The process caused confusion and frustration.

People thought Amazon Prime made it tough to find the Hannah Storm-Andrea Kremer broadcast. (Image via @thefootballgirl on Twitter)
People thought Amazon Prime made it tough to find the Hannah Storm-Andrea Kremer broadcast. (Image via @thefootballgirl on Twitter)

In order to get the feed of Storm and Kremer, fans had to go to the audio settings area and find the Storm-Kremer feed. You could only get audio of the duo.

Both Kremer and Storm tweeted out instructions on how to access the feed prior to the game.

Amazon Prime is set to stream 10 more NFL games this season. After Thursday night’s confusion, the company might want to consider making the Storm-Kremer feed more visible moving forward.

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