(WPRI) – As March Madness officially tips off – all 64 games will not only be available on television, but will also be live streaming to computers and Internet-connected mobile devices.
Powered by CBSSports.com, the March Madness Live vide0 streaming service is offered as both a web video player as well as a mobile app for both Apple iOS and Android devices. Online coverage comes complete with a “Boss Button” and includes live streams from Turner Interactive LIVE and NCAA digital.
Many games will be available for free online. For the die-hard fans, access to all games is possible by signing in with a paid TV subscription.
The March Madness Live widget also offers users an integrated look at tournament schedules, news, and brackets.
For those looking to catch the games on television, many will air on WPRI 12 – the prime network broadcaster throughout NCAA Tournament. Games are also televised on TBS, TNT, and TruTV.
- Men’s NCAA Division I Tournament – Downloadable, printable PDF
- CBSSports.com Live Bracket – Updated throughout tournament
- Men’s NCAA Division II Tournament bracket
- Bracketology on CBSSports.com – Men’s NCAA Tournament
- Bracket Manager & bracket games on CBSSports.com
- Men’s NIT – Downloadable, printable PDF
- Women’s Division I Tournament
- All Conference Tournament Brackets
The Providence College Friars are in the tournament for the first time in 10 years. Their first game is scheduled to air at 7:20 p.m. Friday on TNT.
Eyewitness Sports Director Yianni Kourakis is traveling with the team and will have live updates from San Antonio throughout the week. Stay with Eyewitness News on WPRI 12 for the latest Providence College and NCAA Tournament news.