Bell Media puts TSN on the Go

TSN is making sports available on the go. The Bell Media sports specialty channel today announced its new live streaming service TSN Go, which enables Bell TV and Rogers Cable customers who subscribe to TSN to watch its programming live and on-demand via their computer, smartphone or tablet. The service promises 6,000 hours of live […]

TSN is making sports available on the go. The Bell Media sports specialty channel today announced its new live streaming service TSN Go, which enables Bell TV and Rogers Cable customers who subscribe to TSN to watch its programming live and on-demand via their computer, smartphone or tablet.

The service promises 6,000 hours of live sports programming from both TSN and TSN2 each year, including the Grey Cup, the World Junior Hockey Championship and NCAA March Madness.

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The service is also making episodes of fan-favourite shows including Off the Record and That’s Hockey available.

TSN Go is the newest addition to Bell Media’s line of “TV everywhere” products, following on the heels of TMN GO and CTV GO. The company said that it has more products ready to launch in the “near future.”

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