Posted on Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Our voices have been heard! One of the biggest television events of the year, the NFL's Super Bowl will be streamed live online for the first time ever. Watch the 2012 Super Bowl, the two wild card playoff games on Jan. 7, and the Pro Bowl on Jan. 29 live online. Super Bowl 46 will be held in Indianapolis on February 5, 2012.
The live TV streams will be available via both the NFL's and NBC's websites. We will have full coverage and the direct links once they are up and established. Additionally, Verizon's NFL mobile app will also provide live streaming coverage of the game.
Posted on Sunday, July 17, 2011
ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3.com are now available to Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks and Verizon FiOS TV subscribers via the new 'WatchESPN' App for iPad, iPhone and iPod touch, now available on the App Store. We've downloaded the app and tried it and must say this is absolutely amazing for a sports network to be doing this. Finally, a television network that gets it and is allowing us to view our paid programming anywhere we want.
Posted on Wednesday, February 10, 2010
On April 4, <A href="ESPN360.comhttp://www.findinternettv.com/Sites/568/ESPN360.aspx">ESPN360.com</a>, ESPN’s 24/7 broadband sports network, will become <A href="ESPN3.comhttp://www.findinternettv.com/Sites/568/ESPN360.aspx">ESPN3.com</a>. At that time the network will also introduce new features and functionality that will enhance the viewing experience. Details of these enhancements will be released closer to the launch in the spring.<br><br>
Posted on Thursday, November 5, 2009
Universal Sports and NBC Olympics are set to bring full coverage of everything Vancouver related from now through the Games' Closing Ceremony - and not only on TV.
Just like in 2008 during the Beijing Summer Olympics, viewers will be able to watch select events live online on NBCOlympics.com
. Only condition: viewers have to prove that they're subscribed to a multi-service operator and need to authenticate that they pay a monthly bill to watch TV.
More information regarding the authentication and which sports will be streamed online to be announced.
So go ahead and mark your calendars, the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver start on February 12, 2010!
Posted on Thursday, October 22, 2009
It’s been more than two years, but the Ultimate Fighting Championship® (UFC®) is finally bringing world-class mixed martial arts back to California, and when the lights go down for the main event of UFC 104 on Saturday, October 24th, fans will witness a battle between two of the most dynamic fighters ever to set foot in the world-famous Octagon™, as Brazil’s Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida defends his UFC light heavyweight title for the first time against his countryman and fellow superstar Mauricio “Shogun” Rua. Also waging war at STAPLES Center in Los Angeles on the UFC 104: Machida vs Shogun card, which is presented by TapouT, will be a clash between two of the heavyweight division’s top rising stars, unbeaten Cain Velasquez and UFC newcomer “Big” Ben Rothwell.
“It’s been two years since the UFC was in Southern California and we knew we had to bring something special for our return to the capital of mixed martial arts,” said UFC President Dana White. “Lyoto Machida captured the imagination of fight fans with his knockout of Rashad Evans, and while he seems unbeatable right now, Mauricio “Shogun” Rua not only has the tools to beat any 205-pounder in the world, but he’s coming off a knockout of Chuck Liddell in his last fight, so his confidence is sky-high. This has the potential to be one of the greatest light heavyweight title fights ever.”
A man that remains a mystery to every opponent he’s faced in his mixed martial arts career is Lyoto “The Dragon” Machida (fighting out of Belem, Brazil). With a perfect 15-0 record and three finishes in his last three fights, the 31-year-old Brazilian has dominated the UFC light heavyweight division. His highlight-reel second-round knockout of undefeated Rashad Evans not only captured the UFC light heavyweight belt, but established Machida as an international superstar. With an unorthodox style and a Machida Karate black belt, Machida remains one of the hardest targets to hit in the Octagon™. The lifelong martial artist also holds a black belt in Brazilian jiu-jitsu and is dangerous anywhere the fight goes.
“I’m honored to be making my first title defense in Los Angeles,” Machida said. “The fact that I get to fight someone as respected as Shogun is an honor as well. My last fight before I won the title was against Thiago Silva, so I know how tough my fellow Brazilians are. I’m training extremely hard for this matchup and I’m looking forward to a great fight.”
A fighter that has faced the best in the world throughout his career, Mauricio “Shogun” Rua (fighting out of Curitiba, Brazil) has now made a name for himself in the UFC. With a “Fight of the Night” TKO victory over UFC Hall of Famer Mark Coleman at UFC 93 and a devastating first-round TKO over another Hall of Famer, Chuck “The Iceman” Liddell, Rua has positioned himself as the No. 1 contender for the UFC light heavyweight title. At only 27 years old, “Shogun” has already compiled an 18-3 professional record, including wins over former UFC light heavyweight champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, Kevin Randleman and Ricardo Arona.
“I feel very happy about fighting for the UFC belt,” Rua said. “It’s a huge opportunity in my career and in my life, and having this chance gets me closer to reaching my career’s ultimate goal and my life’s biggest dream. I think fighting Lyoto is a great thing because he is the man to beat right now. He’s wearing the belt and he has a very well-rounded game.”
A former two-time NCAA Division I All-American wrestler at Arizona State, Cain Velasquez (fighting out of San Jose, California) has parlayed his successful wrestling career into a stellar mixed martial arts campaign. The 27-year-old heavyweight contender is a perfect 6-0 with four UFC wins, three coming via TKO. At UFC 99, Velasquez faced his toughest test yet in proven striker Cheick Kongo and earned a hard-fought unanimous decision victory. Now the Salinas, California native faces his most experienced opponent yet in Ben Rothwell.
“Ben is a great opponent with heavy hands,” Velasquez said. “He is an all-around big fighter that comes out of a great camp. I look forward to putting on an exciting fight for the fans at UFC 104.”
At 6-foot-5, 265 lbs., Rothwell can definitely create a stir in the UFC’s ultra-stacked heavyweight division.
“I’ve been in this fight game for 10 years and I can’t tell you how excited I am to finally be competing in the UFC,” Rothwell said. “It’s the reason I started fighting in the first place. I’m very grateful that they would give me such an established opponent in my first match. Cain’s a tough guy and I’m looking forward to putting on a great show.”Watch the fights live online!
Posted on Thursday, October 22, 2009
Can Nigeria pull it off again? On Friday, October 23, the 2009 FIFA U-17 World Cup will start. Host of the tournament is current champion Nigeria, who, with 3 championship titles, has won the most championships along with Brazil since it's fundation in 1985.
Between October 23 and November 1, 24 teams compete for a spot in the knockout stage which starts on November 4 and ends with the final on November 15.
The games will be broadcast live online. Check broadcasters for exact dates and times
Please note: geographical restrictions may apply.
Group A: Nigeria, Germany, Honduras, Argentina
Group B: Brazil, Japan, Mexico, Switzerland
Group C: Iran, Gambia, Colombia, Netherlands
Group D: Turkey, Burkina Faso, Costa Rica, New Zealand
Group E: United Arab Emirates, Malawi, United States, Spain
Group F: Uruguay, Korea Republic, Algeria, Italy
Posted on Wednesday, October 21, 2009
Attention European soccer fans: Matchday 3 of the UEFA Europa League will be broadcast live online
After Matchday 3 there are 3 more days left for the 48 teams to secure a spot in the Round of 32. The top 2 of each of the 12 groups will join the eight third-placed sides from the UEFA Champions League group stage in the Round of 32. Check the current standings here
Matchday 3 schedule (times in CET):
| Benfica ||19:00 || Everton |
| Athletic|| 19:00|| Nacional|
| Austria Wien|| 19:00|| Werder|
| Brugge|| 19:00|| Partizan |
| Lazio|| 19:00|| Villarreal |
| PSV|| 19:00|| København|
| Salzburg|| 19:00|| Levski|
| Sparta Praha|| 19:00|| CFR Cluj|
| BATE|| 19:00|| AEK|
| Shakhtar|| 19:00|| Toulouse |
| Sheriff|| 19:00|| Twente|
| Steaua|| 19:00|| Fenerbahçe|
| Celtic|| 21:05|| Hamburg |
| Fulham|| 21:05|| Roma|
| Ajax|| 21:05|| Dinamo Zagreb |
| H. Tel-Aviv|| 21:05|| Rapid Wien|
| Hertha|| 21:05|| Heerenveen|
| Lille|| 21:05|| Genoa|
| Valencia|| 21:05|| Slavia Praha|
| CSKA Sofia|| 21:05|| Basel|
| Galatasaray|| 21:05|| Dinamo Bucuresti |
| Panathinaikos|| 21:05|| Sturm|
| Timisoara|| 21:05|| Anderlecht|
| Ventspils|| 21:05|| Sporting|
Posted on Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Baseball fans all over the world can tune into MLB.TV
to watch the 2009 World Series action online. The 2009 World Series will be broadcast online via either the MLB.TV Postseason package or the PostSeason.TV package. Users of the PostSeason.TV package can watch games from different camera angles at once. Both the MLB.TV and PostSeason.TV package also show the ALCS and NLCS championship series. Subscribers also can choose from a huge selection of archived on-demand baseball games.
Posted on Tuesday, October 20, 2009
Don't miss Matchday 3 in the UEFA Champions League Group Stage. 32 teams compete in 8 matches on each day. All games will be broadcast live online. Check here for details
Please note: geographical restrictions may apply.
Tuesday, October 20, 2009 (times in CET):
| Barcelona|| 20:45|| Rubin|
| Debrecen|| 20:45|| Fiorentina|
| Internazionale|| 20:45|| Dynamo |
| Liverpool|| 20:45|| Lyon |
| Olympiacos|| 20:45|| Standard|
| Rangers || 20:45|| Unirea Urziceni |
| Stuttgart|| 20:45|| Sevilla |
| AZ|| 20:45|| Arsenal|
Wednesday, October 21, 2009 (times in CET):
| CSKA Moskva||18:30 || Man. United|
| Bordeaux|| 20:45|| Bayern|
| Chelsea|| 20:45|| Atlético|
| Juventus|| 20:45|| Maccabi Haifa|
| Porto|| 20:45|| APOEL |
| Real Madrid|| 20:45|| Milan|
| Wolfsburg|| 20:45|| Besiktas|
| Zürich|| 20:45|| Marseille |
Posted on Tuesday, August 19, 2008
ITV has expanded its football website in preparation for its biggest ever season which includes live rights to the FA Cup, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup and England internationals.
The new site at itv.com/football
will simulcast all matches broadcast on ITV1 and provide exclusive highlight packages of all the action making it the home of football video online.
In addition, ITV will also feature Premier and Football League highlights plus footage from the Italian, German and French League games as well as exclusive blogs, stats, games and forums.
FA Cup matches involving non-League clubs will be filmed and made available to a large audience thanks to a partnership between ITV Local, ITV.com and The Football Association.
ITV and FA camera crews will capture early round FA Cup action on camera from the first weekend of the competition when over 400 clubs begin their bid for glory.
The footage will feature in highlight packages made available on ITVLocal.com and ITV.com.
Clubs that aren't covered by an ITV Local camera will be given access to an exclusive area on ITV Local's Grassroots Sport website where they can upload their own club videos for all to see.
ITV has also commissioned an original entertainment series, The Gloryhunter, exclusively for the new website.
The series which launches today sees football fan Spencer Austin randomly select a UK club to follow until they lose, when he switches to the side of the victor.
All the time a team are on a winning streak he’ll be living in the town, travelling to games and meeting the fans. But when their luck deserts them, Spencer, who usually supports Spurs, will drop the team and bask in the glory of the winners.
Austin has selected his first club - Grimsby Town - and has already started acquainting himself with the team and its fans ahead of their first game against Rochdale on August 9th. Local fans can suggest places in Grimsby for Spencer to visit by logging on to itv.com/football.
Three minute webisodes following The Gloryhunter’s exploits will feature on the site, allowing fans to track his progress and share the high of always supporting the winning team.
Elsewhere on the site, fans will have access to blogs by ITV football presenters, an exclusive blog by Hull striker Dean Windass, a round up of the best football writing from around the Web, video diaries by players, articles by football insiders, a forum and an interactive game that lets fans to pit their wits against Andy Townsend. The site will also feature highlights of classic Premier League games.
Head of Content at ITV.com, Marc Webber, said: “ITV.com will have a staggering amount of football related video content all in one place. By showing the early round FA Cup games and allowing anyone to upload video from matches all over the country we will also be the home of the long tail of football. It promises to be an action packed season on ITV.com.”