The NCAA Tournament is about to shut down productivity across the country and there a going to be a lot of ways to see it. One of the easiest comes via the March Madness live App and Website. The app and website are the official NCAA tournament apps and are built around TV everywhere. That means that users will have to use a valid cable login in order to access the action.
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Sling TV gets another chance with the NCAA Tournament
If you have been on the fence about looking in the sling TV March may be a good time to take a look. Sling TV will be featuring most of the major college basketball tournaments that will determine the NCAA field as well as a majority of the NCAA tournament action including the national championship game.
Sling TV is an app/service available across a number of streaming platforms including IOS, Android, Roku, Fire TV and Android TV. Its starter service consists of a $20.00 basic package that includes ESPN as well a number of othe channels. The availability is broken down by packages.
NCAA Conference Tournaments
· Sling TV subscribers will be able to watch NCAA Conference Tournament events starting this week from conferences like the ACC, Big Ten, Big 12, SEC and more.
· Games airing on ESPN or ESPN2 are available to all “Best of Live TV” subscribers
· To see basketball coverage on ESPNU, SEC Network and ESPNEWS requires a subscription to “Sports Extra” ($5 more per month with a Best of Live TV subscription).
· Starting with the First Four and continuing through the National Championship, you’ll be able to watch approximately 70 percent of the March Madness matchups with Sling TV on TBS, truTV and TNT.
· Check out our March Madness bracket takeover at sling.com when the tournament begins.
Free Preview – truTV
· Best of Live TV subscribers will have access to a free preview of truTV, throughout the tournament (March 13-April 12).
· In addition to carrying the first four tournament games, truTV and TNT will also show “Teamcast” feeds during the Final Four round, so you can experience alternate game views from different perspectives.
For more information, check out the Sling TV blog. Thanks, and please let me know if you have any questions!
It’s never too early to figure out your NCAA March Madness Plans. With the Super Bowl out of the way it is the next major upcoming sporting event. CBS All Access Members will be able to access a number of games as part of their live streaming packages through their local CBS affiliate. For an early look at the game schedule before the brackets fill out check it out below. Looking for more info on CBS All Access check Here
Do you want to watch the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament online without a cable subscription? You can with USTV Now. The service uses sling technology to send American network television around the world and the US via the Internet. USTV now users will be able to watch every game broadcast by CBS anywhere in the world. Users outside of the United States can also fill out their brackets in real time. Unlike the Olympics and World Cup, college basketball is not a major draw overseas. This story will tell you how to watch all of the games from the CBS feed on a computer and how enjoy March Madness via a private channel for the Roku.
Don’t miss the National championship game no matter where you are. This Monday when the final four becomes the final two if you can’t be in front of a TV screen you can still watch the national championship and of course “One Shining Moment” you can still see the game. With the March Madness app for IOS, Kindle, Windows phone and Android you can watch the game anywhere you can get a signal.
In the absence of AirPlay as an option for the NCAA March Madness app on a TV there is only one way to watch the action on your HDTV with wireless mirroring. That method is using the Google Chromecast in conjunction with a laptop. First off understand that like AirPlay for IOS devices the NCAA March Madness app is not capable of being utilized with a smartphone or tablet. There is no option to send the video from a wireless device cellphone/tablet to the TV Via the Chromecast. Luckily this is not true for laptops. Using the Chromecast’s “Beta” and “Experimental” casting features Mac and Windows laptop owners can watch the action on any HDTV in the home. This article will tell you everything you need to do in order to use it.
Story updated 3/19/14
Fans can watch every game of the 2014 NCAA Tournament via the soon to be released March Madness app. The app will be available for fans on the IOS, Windows and Google Play stores, (provided they can authenticate through a cable company). The games will also be on TV through a partnership between CBS and Turner Broadcasting which enters its second postseason next week, meaning fans don’t have to miss a second of the action. Fans will only be limited by the amount of screens and streaming devices available. Like the Sochi Olympics fans can also watch on computers.
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