For the second year in a row, the NFL will be streaming Sunday’s Super Bowl live on the web and mobile devices. If you aren’t going to be in front of a TV tomorrow night at 6:30pm ET, here are your options for catching the game:
In case you are out and about on Monday, or if you are like me and don’t have the holiday off, and you want to watch the Presidential Inauguration, you are in luck. There is a pretty nice app that will bring the event to your mobile device.
In announcing that the uber-popular CBS sitcom Big Bang Theory crossed the two million check-in mark last night, GetGlue also took a quick time out to brag about their recent growth.
Last night, the tweets about former Penn State football coach Joe Paterno were coming fast and furiously. First came a slew of ‘RIP Joe Paterno’ tweets, most noteably from CBS Sports and then a string of ‘Joe’s not dead’ tweets.
Yes, once again, real time reporting has bitten the media in the proverbial arse.
Comcast posted on their blog today that they are adding Fox and ABC shows to their OnDemand library.
This is in addition to the two broadcast networks they already had deals with- NBC and CBS.
Just when you thought you couldn’t get enough college basketball in March, the NCAA, CBS and Turner Sports have found a way to make you even less productive during the tournament. Their new March Madness On Demand app allows you to stream all of the Tournament games on your iOS device for free. The app […]