March Madness streams to more platforms in 2012, but not everything is free

Last year CBS and Turner Sports brought every game of the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Tournament home in HD on four cable channels, and streaming for free to PCs and iOS devices. While the broadcast plans remain the same this year, if you want to stream the 41 games broadcast on cable networks then you’ll need to subscribe to an affiliated TV provider (all the major guys except Time Warner) and log into the TNT, TBS, or TruTV website on your Windows PC or Mac. For the other 41 games broadcast on CBS, CBSSports.com is your (free) online resource. Live streaming on mobiles (over WiFi or 3G) has been extended to the Android platform for the first time, however after being offered for free last year the rebranded March Madness Live app will cost $ 3.99 this time around, which is still less than the $ 10 it cost in 2010. Check out the press release after the break for all the details on what’s viewable where — cord cutting sports fans will want to make some alternate arrangements.

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March Madness streams to more platforms in 2012, but not everything is free

Last year CBS and Turner Sports brought every game of the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Basketball Tournament home in HD on four cable channels, and streaming for free to PCs and iOS devices. While the broadcast plans remain the same this year, if you want to stream the 41 games broadcast on cable networks then you’ll need to subscribe to an affiliated TV provider (all the major guys except Time Warner) and log into the TNT, TBS, or TruTV website on your Windows PC or Mac. For the other 41 games broadcast on CBS, CBSSports.com is your (free) online resource. Live streaming on mobiles (over WiFi or 3G) has been extended to the Android platform for the first time, however after being offered for free last year the rebranded March Madness Live app will cost $ 3.99 this time around, which is still less than the $ 10 it cost in 2010. Check out the press release after the break for all the details on what’s viewable where — cord cutting sports fans will want to make some alternate arrangements.

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March Madness streams to more platforms in 2012, but not everything is free originally appeared on Engadget on Sun, 19 Feb 2012 14:19:00 EDT. Please see our terms for use of feeds.

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