Posted Mon Jun 15, 2015 at 04:00 PM PDT by Steven Cohen
The baseball network has begun live streaming over the web and its mobile apps.
MLB Network has announced the launch of its live streaming feature. The channel's 24/7 baseball content is now available to stream over mobile devices and computers.
The live stream includes all of the network's original shows and baseball game telecasts. In order to access the stream, users will need to sign into an authenticated pay-TV subscription on MLBNetwork.com or through the "At Bat" app for iOS and Android mobile devices. TV providers that currently offer support include AT&T U-verse TV, Bright House Networks, Cablevision/Optimum, Cox Communications, DirecTV, DISH, Time Warner Cable, and Verizon FiOS.
This marks the first time that a league-owned network has offered a live, authenticated streaming option for its year-round programming on smartphones, tablets, and computers. With that said, streaming games will still be subject to local blackouts.
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