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RE: New CAA TV deal in the works
(09-28-2017 07:44 AM)Potomac Wrote:  
(09-28-2017 07:40 AM)JMU_Degenerate Wrote:  The NFL game is streaming on Amazon Prime Video tonight

I'm assuming you have to have a prime subscription to access that? It's not free to anyone to view?

Correct. I'm excited to see what type of quality they have for the game. Twitter had a really good, quality feed last year that showed HD for the entirety of the game. I assume that AV will have the same.
09-28-2017 07:57 AM
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RE: New CAA TV deal in the works
Random stuff...

Matt Sarzyniak‏ @mattsarz
Richmond at Towson listed for FOX College Sports on 10/14. FOX College schedules indicate CAA has hooked up with them for some games.


Matt Sarzyniak‏ @mattsarz
Delaware at Towson on 10/28 also in the FOX College Sports schedule.


Also, yesterday (Oct. 2) CSN-Mid Atlantic officially changed its name to NBC Sports Washington. (NBCS-W?)
10-03-2017 06:55 AM
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RE: New CAA TV deal in the works
So I had the Fox College Sports channels in the Richmond area, which were standard definition only via Comcast. They just got rid of them at the beginning of this year from their channel lineup. I did discover though, that if you had it in your package and you go to the Xfinity Stream TV app, it is still an available channel to stream, I just can't access it via my cable box anymore.

One of many ways Comcast is so stupid. I might have to seriously look into the satellite options this off season. I can't cut the cord yet as there aren't sufficient options for sports fans without sacrificing something. Fios isn't an option where I live.
10-03-2017 07:47 AM
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RE: New CAA TV deal in the works
Just thinking ahead...

...the CAA MBB Media Day is normally the last week of October. I assume that is when the CAA will reveal the CBS College Sports Live GOTW schedule. Recall it was mentioned back when the (lame) FB schedule was released back in late July, it was noted that about 12 MBB games (IIRC) would be streamed live via that platform.

During this bye week for foosball and knowing hoops practices just began over this past weekend, I wonder aloud if Bourne and the other AD's in the CAA have been or are scrambling to try to lock in some TV games for MBB and WBB via the various outlets like we've seen with FB - MASN/2, NBCS-W/+, etc.

In particular, I believe MASN has shown some A-10 and perhaps Big East games in the past. With no live O's or Nats games during the winter, seems like it is a network (with 2 channels...MASN & MASN-2) wide open for televising college hoops (read: JMU & CAA).
10-03-2017 08:24 AM
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