Home / Tag Archives: streaming (page 2)

Tag Archives: streaming

PFL, ViewLift Partner For MMA OTT Content

PFL Action

The Professional Fighters League (“PFL”) and ViewLift today announced a partnership that will leverage ViewLift’s technology to power the PFL’s digital platforms and bring MMA action, behind-the-scenes footage and statistics and metrics to fans worldwide. This partnership between the PFL and ViewLift will enable PFL to share OTT content, in-depth ...

Read More »

FloSports to Live Stream 2018 Beat The Streets Exclusively on FloWrestling.com

Helen Maroulis © stephen-alvarado-87

FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, today announced an agreement with Beat The Streets Wrestling, to air its annual Beat The Streets New York City event on Thursday, May 17, at Pier 17/Seaport District in lower Manhattan. Coverage will be available live and on-demand exclusively on ...

Read More »

ESPN+ Direct-to-Consumer Subscription Streaming Service Now Available on Roku Devices

ESPN+-image-for-newsroom

Roku on Monday announced the availability of ESPN+ through the new ESPN channel on the Roku® platform, allowing Roku player and Roku TV users to access thousands of additional live events, on-demand content and original programming not available on ESPN’s linear TV or digital networks. ESPN+ is the first-ever multi-sport, direct-to-consumer premium ...

Read More »

ESPN+ to Launch April 12

ESPN_PLUS_FC_POS-copy

ESPN+, the upcoming direct-to-consumer subscription streaming service from Disney Direct-to-Consumer and International in partnership with ESPN and featuring ESPN branded content, will launch on April 12 and offer fans a dynamic lineup of live sports, original content and an unmatched library of award-winning on-demand programming – all for a subscription ...

Read More »

NBA, YouTube TV Partner On NBA Finals

YouTubeTV

The National Basketball Association and YouTube today announced a groundbreaking partnership making YouTube TV – the live TV streaming service – the first-ever presenting partner of the NBA Finals. The multiyear partnership also includes YouTube TV as the presenting partner of The Finals for the Women’s National Basketball Association (WNBA) ...

Read More »

Amazon Prime Video Announces ‘All or Nothing’ Global Sports Docuseries

credit: Maize & Blue Nation

Amazon today announced that following the success of the Emmy-winning All or Nothing NFL series, Prime Video is launching additional sports programming on the service underneath the All or Nothingumbrella. These upcoming series will share the creative excellence of the All or Nothing brand, offering unprecedented access to a team’s entire season, character-driven storytelling and ...

Read More »

CBS launches CBS SPORTS HQ

CBSSPortsHQ

CBS on Monday launched CBS SPORTS HQ, a 24-hour streaming sports news network offering news, highlights and analysis, easily accessible for free on connected devices. The new digital network is a collaboration between CBS Sports and CBS Interactive and allows sports fans to watch full-day live, anchored coverage featuring game breakdowns and ...

Read More »

Professional Fighters League Reaches Exclusive Multi-Platform Distribution Agreements with NBC Sports Group and Facebook

PFLFN_Lance_Palmer_Steven_Siler_Feature1

The Professional Fighters League (PFL), the world’s only major mixed martial arts league, has reached exclusive multi-platform distribution agreements for 2018 with NBC Sports Group and Facebook. The new deal will allow approximately 300 million MMA fans worldwide to watch every PFL fight live on television, tablets, smart phones, and ...

Read More »

‘Dear Basketball’ Premieres On Verizon’s go90

GO90 Basketball

Verizon’s go90 in partnership with Granity Studios and Believe Entertainment Group launched “Dear Basketball” Monday on go90 and across Verizon’s Yahoo Sports, AOL and Complex platforms. The film is a 5-minute animated version of Kobe Bryant’s poetic ode to the game, which generated 50 million views worldwide when first published on The Players Tribune in 2015. ...

Read More »

AVP, Amazon Find A Broadcast Fit

AVP Manhattan Beach Open

Amazon is on the move again, today announcing a partnership with the AVP that provides Amazon Prime Video worldwide distribution rights, excluding China, to the AVP Pro Beach Volleyball Tour from May to September annually. It is the latest deal for Amazon, which in addition to the NFL has struck ...

Read More »