The excitement of March Madness, college sports' biggest tournament, will now be accessible to PC, iPad and iPhone users CBS announced recently.
Over the past few years, CBS has made all of the games available on its site via streaming video feed. This year, it will do that and more by enhancing its March Madness on Demand (MMOD) products. CBS, which for the first time will broadcast all the games on TV thanks to a partnership with Turner Sports and TruTV, will also provide an online (http://mmod.ncaa.com) version as well as an apps for the iPad, iPod and iPhone.
The app on the Apple devices will be free starting March 10, a week before the tournament begins. Along with a streaming feed, the app will feature live stats and social companion views. The social companion will include Facebook compatibility and comments from users.
As MMOD continues to be enhanced and distributed on multiple platforms as part of our new partnership with Turner, the ultimate winners are the millions of college basketball fans around the world who now have more ways than ever to follow this great tournament, said Jason Kint, senior vice president of CBSSports.com, in a statement.