Regional Sports Networks Might Get Streaming Green Light From MLB

Mar 24, 2015 baseball, cable tv, directv, 0 Comments


The New York Post reports that Major League Baseball is set to announce an agreement with a wireless carrier that will allow fans to stream local games covered by regional sports networks.

The deal would reportedly happen before April 6, which is Opening Day of the 2015 MLB season.

Streaming games would require pay-TV authentication, and users would have to be subscribed to the correct package to get the ballgames.


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