WatchESPN Launches to Mediacom, Suddenlink, NCTC and NTTC Customers
Access to Live Linear Channel Streams from ESPN Networks at Home and On-the-Go via Multiple Platforms Grows to 75 Million Households Nationwide
ESPN today announced that video subscribers to Mediacom, Suddenlink and members of the NCTC and NTTC are now able to receive live access to ESPN networks through WatchESPN, enabling customers to access live sports programming on computers, smartphones, tablets, gaming consoles and connected devices. Access to WatchESPN is now currently available to 75 million households nationwide.
Customers of Mediacom, Suddenlink and members of the NCTC and NTTC can now conveniently watch live events and programming from the ESPN linear networks they receive as part of their video subscription, including ESPN, ESPN2, ESPN3, ESPNU, ESPNEWS, ESPN Deportes, Longhorn Network, SEC Network and SEC Network +. Subscribers that receive ESPN Goal Line, ESPN Buzzer Beater and ESPN Bases Loaded will also be able to access them on WatchESPN when those channels are in season. Additionally, curated on-demand video featuring the most recent and relevant content - including highlights and news clips from ESPN.com as well as short-form segments from programs such as E:60, Outside The Lines, SC Featured, Sport Science and others - will also be accessible through WatchESPN on select platforms.
Video subscribers will need to log in with their respective online IDs and passwords to access all services. On computers, customers can visit WatchESPN.com for live access to ESPN networks. Subscribers with a supported smartphone or tablet can also download the free WatchESPN app by visiting the App Store, Google Play Store, Amazon Appstore or Windows Store. Customers will also be able to stream WatchESPN on televisions with their affiliated provider credentials via Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Xbox 360 and Xbox One in the near future.