Saturdays are college football game days again, and thanks to the NCAA and ESPN, so are Thursday nights. NCAA football kicks off Thursday, August 30, with several college football live games streaming that night and dozens more being webcast on Friday and Saturday. The 2012 NCAA football season is almost underway, and fans can watch college . . .
The Olympics may almost be over, but that’s just making room for the start of another sport. That’s right, football is finally back, as the 2012 NFL Preseason is already underway. Once again this summer, you can watch NFL online with the NFL Preseason Live streaming video package. A slew of games is scheduled each . . .
The second Tuesday in July is here, and that means it’s time to play ball at the 83rd Annual Major League Baseball All-Star Game. This year’s Midsummer Classic is being played Tuesday night at Kauffmann Stadium in Kansas City, with the big leagues’ finest pitchers, catchers, and hitters squaring off July 10 at 8:15 p.m. . . .
The Grand Slam tennis tournament of Wimbledon (June 25, 2012 – July 8, 2012) is grander than ever this year, at least for fans who hope to watch Wimbledon online. The world’s oldest tennis tournament, which kicked off Monday, June 25th is being streamed live online, free, and in HD. Of course, live matches are . . .
If you care what’s going to be on TV in the next day or two, look at an issue of TV Guide. If you care what’s going to be on TV in the next five or ten years, take a look at what went down at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show that took . . .
Your favorite television show may be about to call on you. Lights. Camera. Action. You, a Fan, can now be intricately involved in the way television gets made. You can get behind the scenes, between the story-lines and perhaps even onto the small screen itself. How can this be possible? The game has changed and . . .
If you are a TV fan who’s use to watching your favorite TV program from your rocking chair be prepared, internet television is going to throw your world into a whole new spin. Recently, the Major Television Networks have launched their video platforms out into cyberspace hoping to capture your attention via any computer screen . . .
So recently I was spending prime-time work hours watching videos at Will Ferrell and Adam McKay’s comedy site Funny or Die. All new stuff, all original, and a lot of it funnier and (really noticeable) of a higher professional quality than the funny stuff over on traditional broadcast TV. (Insert “Remember when SNL was good?” . . .