A new deal announced today between DirecTV and Disney will make live and on-demand ESPN content available to subscribers of the satellite service, finally extending WatchESPN and ESPN3 to its 20 million subscribers.
Apple TV just plugged two very big holes in its streaming content: HBO and ESPN. The streaming box will now play content from the HBO Go and WatchESPN apps. And that's good news for just about everyone involved.
If you're an AT&T U-Verse subscriber, you'll no longer have to live in frothing jealousy of those with WatchESPN.
ESPN on the Xbox just got a helluva lot better. Instead of being an awkward, half-featured sports channel, Xbox Live is now getting the real deal: a WatchESPN app. That means you can watch ALL of ESPN's channels: ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU and more.
Already on the iPhone and iPad, WatchESPN is a wonderful app that lets users well, watch ESPN on their er, iPhone and iPads. It's wonderful though! And it'll be even more wonderful once it hits Apple TV.
WatchESPN, which recently released for the iPhone, has now made its way over to Android. It carries the same awesomeness: live streaming of ESPN channels to your phone but sadly, the same stipulations too: you have to be a subscriber to Time Warner Cable, Verizon FiOS TV and Bright House Networks to enjoy the…
Hey, sports fans who also happen to be subscribers to Bright House Networks, Time Warner Cable or Verizon FiOS TV, you can now stream ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3 and ESPNU with the WatchESPN app for iOS. Baseball! Basketball playoffs! Other sports! The app has programming guides for perusing what's on and a search function…