From Football Streaming Sites to Accessible Channel Subscriptions

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jan 30, 2015
Sports fans no longer need to spend on extensive TV cable packages, for sports streaming options are on the rise, requiring you to pay for only the games that you watch—if you have to pay at all. Cable cutters certainly won't miss out, even if they give the pub TV a pass.

Since subscribing to a sports channel can often be quite expensive, apps like NHL's GameCenter and WatchESPN help to make the most of a cable plan by offering access to live video content from mobile devices.

Those who have chosen to take the plunge into cord cutting will be pleased to find out that this year, NBC will be offering a livestream of the 2015 Super Bowl online for free—that's a total of 11 hours worth of content, including the pre-game show, half-time show and one of its regular TV programs afterwards.