Communications announced that its subscribers will be able to watch
the 2013 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship on TV, as well as on tablets,
smartphones and PCs using a broadband connection using a free app.
The NCAA March Madness Live app will offer free streaming across all
devices throughout the Tournament and is designed to be either a
primary or companion viewing experience available on a collection of
screens including online, mobile and tablet. NCAA March Madness Live
will feature social and interactive components to provide portable
access to the tournament and will be available from www.ncaa.com/march-madness
via download from Google Play and the Apple App Store.
The championship will be televised by CBS, TBS, TNT and truTV
beginning with the NCAA Basketball Selection Show on Sunday, March 17, and
continuing through the Men’s Final Four and National Championship Game
from Atlanta on April 6 and 8.
The 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Championship will be available to Cox customers through:
Television: For the third consecutive year, all 67 games will be
televised in their entirety across four television networks -- TBS, CBS,
TNT, and truTV.
Computer: Cox customers with access to TNT, TBS and truTV on their TV will also be able to watch the games live online by going to www.ncaa.com/march-madness and using their Cox user ID and password to sign in. All games broadcast on CBS are available with no registration.
Tablet/Smart phone: Cox customers with access to TNT, TBS, CBS
and truTV on their TV will be able to watch the games live via the March
Madness Live app. The app is available on Android or Apple
smartphones and tablets.