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Tuesday, January 31, 2006

More TV Games?!

This year, the America East started streaming live video of some conference games on their website. The quality of the video (if not the games) is pretty good and it's way better to watch games than listen to them, but the number of games is a precious few.

Well (via yoco) it seems that is about to change. Turns out that there will be a few more chances to watch missed free throws during the second half of the year:
CSTV has signed deals with two new NCAA basketball conferences, the America East and the Patriot League, to broadcast those league's games online.

Both conferences will make their games available to fans on CSTV.com as part of the site's XXL Broadband Package through the end of the current season in March. The XXL package, which is available for either $14.95 per month and $99.95 per year, gives fans online access to a wide variety of college sporting events, ranging from ice hockey to lacrosse games.

I had a hard time finding any info at all on CSTV's website about the AE games, and I have a hard time believing that anybody will find the money to produce every game for the rest of the year to make them suitable for broadcast. But we shall see - it gives me hope.


At 1:47 AM, Blogger ginzo said...

Stony Brook's games have been broadcast on cstv all year...


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