Starting with Week 1 of 2014 NFL season, you will be able to watch local NFL games broadcast by Fox on your computer or tablet with the Fox Sports To Go App. Continue Reading >
A common complaint of golf fans (I’m talking about the golf fans who watch every week regardless of who is in contention), is that the networks focus far too much attention on Tiger Woods even when he isn’t really in contention. During this year’s British Open at Royal Liverpool, ESPN3 will feature full 18 hole coverage of Tiger. Continue Reading >
The WatchESPN app set yet another viewing record during the USA vs Germany World Cup match as, according to ESPN, nearly 1.7 million concurrent viewer signed in to watch the match. That number exceeds the mark of 1.1 million viewers that streamed the Super Bowl via the Fox SportsGo app. Continue Reading >
Cord Cutters have some new sports content to consume online or on their mobile devices. 120 sports, which is a joint venture that includes among it’s partners MLB, NBA, NHL, PGA Tour, and SPorts Illustrated, debuted last night. Continue Reading >
Well, I was certainly wrong when I quipped that about no one in the US following the World Cup. According to ESPN’s Press Release, WatchESPN set a viewership record during the USA vs. Portugal World Cup Soccer match last Sunday. Continue Reading >
If you’ve got a Chromecast, and have been waiting patiently for ESPN to get on board the Chromecast train, the wait is over. You can now use the WatchESPN app with your Chromecast. Continue Reading >
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.
If you are a Fox Sports 1 subscriber, now you can watch Fox Sports 1 on your iPad or iPhone with the Fox Sports Go app. Continue Reading >
As it has for the past several seasons, NBC will once again live stream online all Notre Dame Fightin’ Irish home football games in 2013. Continue Reading >
Turner Networks have announced live streaming of both TBS and TNT online and via iOS devices. This live streaming will include plenty of live sports broadcasts. Continue Reading >
The current NFL Sunday Ticket contract with DirecTV is up after the 2014 season and we could see the NFL partner with a new provider (or providers) for it’s popular out-of-market Sunday games package. According to the Hollywood Reporter, DirecTV CEO Pat Doyle says that the Satellite provider would consider either a non-exclusive deal or dropping the NFL Sunday Ticket all together when it comes up for renewal. Continue Reading >
As the 2013 edition of the Tour de France gets underway, NBC Sports is once again providing a way for cycling fans in the United States to watch each stage online.
Wimbledon begins Monday June 23rd and if you can’t see it on TV, there are plenty of options for watching online. Rodger Federer, Novak Jokavich, Andy Murray, and Rafael Nadal are some of the biggest draws on the Men’s side, while Maria Sharapova and Serena Williams are among the favorites in the Women’s draw. Continue Reading >
The Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs hit the floor for what promises to be an epic finale to an already epic NBA Finals. If you can’t be in front of your TV to watch on ABC, here’s how to watch online or on your iOS or Android devices.