Tag Archives: Fox Sports

T-Mobile Now Lets You Stream Video Without It Counting Toward Your Data

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[F]or its tenth event, T-Mobile went big. Say goodbye to video streaming nomming away your data. […] [CEO John Legere] just confirmed things during an event in LA, describing the move as “disrupting the scam” that is cellular data. It works a lot like Music Freedom, which T-Mobile introduced in June last year. It works with 24 different services including Netflix, HBO , Hulu, Sling TV, WatchESPN, Vevo, and all kinds of others. T-Mobile calls the service Binge On. It’s all free. Obviously, the biggest missing link is YouTube, but T-Mobile says they’re working with Google on getting YouTube in the program. […] Binge On is available starting November 15 for existing customers and November 19 for new plans, and if you can get Sling TV 30 percent of now if you’re on T-Mobile. – Darren Orf, Gizmodo

Fox Sports is streaming a Bundesliga soccer game on YouTube

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The Bundesliga, Germany’s top-tier football league, is coming to YouTube. After recently securing US broadcast rights for this competition, Fox Sports has now announced it will stream a live match via Google’s video service on August 14th. As the network points out, it’s the first time one of its major sporting events heads to YouTube, which is going to let people in the US watch the initial game of the 2015-2016 Bundesliga season for free. – Egar Alvarez, Engadget

Live streaming NFL games coming from Fox Sports, but with caveats

FOX Sports recently announced that it will stream 97 regular season games via Fox Sports GO, albeit with a slew of caveats. First, as mentioned, the streaming will only be available as a perk to select cable subscribers. Second, viewers will only be able to check out the games broadcast in their local market […] Fox isn’t the only way North American fans can grab their weekly football fix online. This season, Verizon Wireless subscribers will have an expanded set of games they can stream to their smartphones, including CBS and Fox Sunday afternoon games being broadcast in their home market, as well as the playoffs—including the Super Bowl. – Ian Paul,TechHive
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