ESPN is looking to launch a subscription service for cricket fans in time for the Cricket World Cup next February.
Take a first look at ESPN’s upcoming mobile app, and the responsive website the sportscaster plans to launch in a few months.
Want to watch the U.S. Open away from the TV? Then check out our guide for all the links.
Sportscaster ESPN (S DIS) is getting ready to shut down its public API. ESPN’s API team announced this week that it won’t be issuing any new API keys going forward, and that all previously issued API keys are going to be revoked in early December. The move will help the company to “better align engineering resources with the growing demand to develop core ESPN products,” the team said in a blog post. ESPN isn’t the only media company that recently decided to pull the plug on a public API: Netflix (S NFLX) announced two months ago that it will shutter its public API in November.
The NFL would like you to kick back and watch a continuous stream of game highlights, news and long-form content with its new NFL Now app.
Time Warner-owned Turner is the only one of the major sports rights holders that Fox could conceivably buy as it looks to build up Fox Sports 1.
How live is live? That’s a question that soccer fans have been asking themselves when confronted with significantly-delayed World Cup streams.
In its first 10 days, the 2014 World Cup has already generated 32 terabytes of IT traffic, more than the entirety of the 2010 Cup in South Africa, according to telecom carrier Oi.
You already know where to watch the matches online, but here’s where you can go to learn how to pronounce the Croatian goalkeeper’s name or see a Vine of Dutch star Robin van Persie in a cape.
Major League Baseball’s MLB.tv launched on Microsoft’s (S MSFT) Xbox One Tuesday, giving users of Microsoft’s new game console a way to watch live baseball games as well as replay full games from the archives. As always, blackout rules apply, and users need to have an Xbox Live Gold subscription as well as a MLB.tv Premium subscription — but if you are a cord cutter who want to follow your team from back home, this may be the best way to do it.