A proper explanation would be better than a commercial. I'm the target demi for this because I work on Sundays so being able to watch the game on my phone would come in clutch.... That said, I don't know what this is besides a paid ad.
How does it work? Have you used it? Do you, Max, personally vouch for the service?
Very good questions. First, in the interests of full disclosure, this is a paid advertisement.
I asked the company to demo the product, which I did and it seemed to work well. I didn't have any problems on my phone or laptop. I liked that you can change the video quality depending on the speed of your tablet. Also, here is a little more information that they sent me explaining how this works.
In short this is how the product works. Anyone with a cable subscription with either Cablevision, Time Warner, RCN or Verizon FiOS in the New York Metro Area can link their cable account and watch it on their smartphone, laptop or tablet anywhere in the world for Free. They will have access to mainly their local network channels like CBS, FOX, NBC, CW, ABC etc. However, these are the channels that will be broadcasting most football games and likely every Jets game and hence fans will be able catch all of them no matter where they are. There are also other benefits you can add to the service for a fee. If you wanted to open up family plans and share your NimbleTV subscription with 4 other people then all you would have to do is purchase a DVR plan. DVR plans start at $4.99 a month and they let you record anything and everything on the cloud. No hardware required.
But if there are other questions, please post them here and I will get them answered.