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Each Spring golf fans watching the CBS Sports’ coverage of the Masters Golf Tournament are been greeted with by the now familiar tune played on acoustic guitar and piano, with a string quartet.
Planning on viewing some (or all) of the 2014 Masters online or on your mobile device? Here’s the full viewing schedule…
It’s a sure sign of Spring when the azaleas bloom at Augusta National Golf course and the world’s best golfers tee it up in quest for the green jacket. As it has in recent years, the Official Masters Tournament app delivers superior quality content for golf fans.
March Madness begins with the NCAA Selection Show on Sunday March 16th on finishes up with the NCAA Championship on April 7th. Here’s our guide to March Madness online and mobile viewing.
Spring Training is underway and we are fast approaching the time of year for Fantasy Baseball drafts. Are you looking to ditch the pen and paper and manage your fantasy baseball draft with your iPad or iPhone? If so, you’ll certainly want to check out Rotowire’s Fantasy Baseball Draft Kit for your iOS mobile device.
Can’t wait for the MLB season to begin? Major League Baseball’s 2014 Grapefruit and Cactus League schedules kick off shortly and MLB.tv subscribers can start watching real live Major League Baseball live online, or through a variety of connected devices.
Looking for mobile apps to help follow the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi? Here’s our rundown pick of six apps you’ll want to check out.
The 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi will feature over 1,000 hours of live video coverage including every bit of every medal event. However, you’ll only be able to access it if you have a paid subscription with an authorized TV provider.
The PGA Tour has certainly embraced live streaming video of it’s events. In 2014, all network telecast events (which is nearly all PGA Tour events) will be live streamed online. Here’s our guide to help keep you from missing any action.
Looking for a great way to follow Team USA and your favorite American Olympians in Sochi? Check out the 2014 Road to Sochi app.
With Super Bowl 48 right around the corner, it’s time to look at some of the mobile apps you’ll want on your phone or tablet while preparing for the big game between the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks.
If you just can’t stand the thought of not watching NFL football this weekend, you do have an option… sort of… the NFL Pro Bowl. It’s not exactly real competitive football by any stretch of the imagination, but it doesn’t feature many NFL stars and it will live stream online via NBC Sports Live Extra.
Some people just aren’t football fans, or even sports fans at all. To each his own. Those people may be tuning into the Super Bowl simply to be entertained by the ads. If you happen to be watching the game via Fox Sports Super Bowl 48 live stream, you may not get to see the same commercials.
So, you can’t watch Super Bowl 48 on TV, but don’t want to miss the Broncos and Seahawks fight over the Lombardi trophy? Well, again in 2014, the Super Bowl will be streamed live and will be available on your internet connected computer, iPad, or mobile phone via Verizon.
Watch NFC Championship: San Francisco vs Seattle Live Online (But Only If You Authenticate With One of the Approved Providers)
While the AFC Championship game will be available via free live stream at CBSSports.com, Fox has chosen to take the less inclusive route with its live stream of the NFC Championship game. You can watch the game online or via the FoxSportsGo App, but only if you pay for a TV subscription with AT&T U-Verse, Cablevision’s Optimum, Comcast’s Xfinity, Midcontinent Communications, Suddenlink, or Wow.