We think that if you are fan of basketball it will be something you will not want to miss the games of NCAA coming in this month. Thanks to Engadget we can inform that CBS will be/is streaming all games FREE over the internet (including free iPad / iPad 2) client and stream. If you are not sure what is March Madness have a look at wikipedia description here. Read more for full Engadget story…
“Every year CBS has enhanced its March Madness On Demand experience, from HD VOD on cable boxesto HD streaming on PCs before adding PiP and paid mobile access last year. For 2011, a new deal has brought in Turner Sports to not only provide enough channels to air all the games in high definition (we figure you’ll find CBS, TNT and TBS on the channel guide with no problem, but with some of the games diverted to lesser known TruTV HD check the HDSportsGuide link below to see if it’s in your area yet) but also expand the streaming experience by promising higher quality video, personalized channel lineup and social tie ins. If you’re on the go, the mobile client for iOS devices (sorry, no Android or other mobile OSes) is free this year so you can keep that fiver in your pocket this time. There’s another pic of the iPad client, a video trailer and all sorts of details waiting after the break, so click through to find out more or just wait for the free apps to hit iTunes March 10th.”
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Direct link to CBS Sports: http://www.cbssports.com/collegebasketball