March Madness Live On Joost

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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.

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Bharti Solanki

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….

Om Malik

@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.

Matt_

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/

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