For US Fans Stuck at Work, a Streaming Milestone

WatchESPN telecasts have averaged 720,000 live unique viewers, up 139 percent from 2010. At the time of the last World Cup, the iPad had been available for only a few months. Meanwhile, [Ryan Spoon,ESPN] said, ESPN’s and other networks’ live-streaming products have gotten easier and easier to use. […] Unlike ESPN, Univision Digital doesn’t require a pay TV subscription at this stage of the tournament. So it should also draw a big streaming audience Thursday, with plenty of viewers who don’t speak Spanish. – Rachel Cohen, Associated Press via ABC News