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February 7, 2005, 6:44 am
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By Bill Griffith | January 30, 2005
These days, it seems everything related to TV and broadband (1) comes
back to the Super Bowl in one way or another and (2) represents
someone trying to sell us something.
Take Thursday's announcement that College Sports TV has cut a deal
with CBS's Sportsline.com to provide streaming video (webcasts) of
out-of-market games from the upcoming NCAA men's basketball
Cost for the service will be $19.95. Early-bird fans (also known as
"office pool participants") who sign up by Feb. 8 can get the service
for half-price. The webcasts will include all games not shown in your
area by CBS through the regional semifinals.
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