Comcast has long been a leader in providing sports programming that fans love. The ability to combine television and online viewing of live sporting events easily separates us from other providers like satellite companies. Whether it be the ability to watch out-of-market basketball games on television or online with NBA League Pass, or the thousands of live events annually offered by ESPN3.com through Comcast.net, Comcast gives sports fans the best options to provide entertainment on YOUR terms. Whether you're on the couch at home, or out and about, Comcast has sports fans covered.
This foundation of sports leadership will be further strengthened when the NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Championship kicks off this March. More popularly referred to as NCAA March Madness, 2011 is the first year that all of the tournament games, from the first round to the final four, will be broadcast live on digital cable and online. Comcast Digital Video customers will be able to experience the excitement on television through CBS, TNT, TBS, and truTV. Comcast High Speed Internet customers can access all of the games through NCAA.com. Customers that have both services can watch games on television, and on their computers. Talk about a sports fan's dream!
And in just a few more weeks, when the Madness of March reaches a fevered pitch, Comcast customers can be assured that they are receiving the absolute best in terms of sports programming and live sports.