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Peer-to-peer TV start-up Joost will make live-streaming video available to all its users tomorrow; it has also scored a deal with its investor CBS to live stream March Madness. A new client should be ready for download by about noon ET on Wednesday, reports NewTeeVee.

Peer-to-peer TV start-up Joost will make live-streaming video available to all its users tomorrow; it has also scored a deal with its investor CBS to live stream March Madness. A new client should be ready for download by about noon ET on Wednesday, reports NewTeeVee.

  1. Om next they need to get the rights to the Cricket and Rugby (insert your favorite national sport here) and many of us ex-pats (Im an Aussie) will be very happy.

    I will sure be easier than using several live streaming clients like Sopcast and TVU getting dodgy pirated streams that cut off and direct you to a pirate site to watch the rest of the game or a jerky version of the game uploaded from a user with restricted bandwidth .

    http://newteevee.com/2007/04/02/myp2p-index-of-live-sports/

  2. @Matt_said

    Amen to that. I think that would do it for me as well. I am so sick and tired of paying like huge amount of money to watch cricket matches online especially since it is on a Windows PC. That is the only time I use WinXP . I would love Joost to gets its sporting-act together as well.

  3. Good boost of Joost! Especially since the news of them not doing well recently :)

  4. Bharti Solanki Monday, March 31, 2008

    Hi mates,

    Here’s a cool mobile app for NCAA basketball! I just discovered it, and it’s free. It provides live score updates for all the games in progress at a glance. All the info you want on your favorite teams – schedules, standings, breaking news, the whole works. The latest info is automatically pushed to the phone. Here is the video of the app: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67PPH2AY5Qk

    You can get it by visiting http://ncaab.plusmo.com on your phone. The IPhone site is quite cool! –same URL

    enjoy your game….

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