March Madness is almost upon us, the time of year where you get sucked into the game of NCAA College Basketball. The NCAA tournament is so enticing because by filling out a bracket, you feel emotionally attached the teams you pick. There is heartbreak alongside miracles and the emergence of several Cinderella stories.
The first round of the NCAA Tournament begins on March 15th, and you won’t want to miss one second. When you subscribe to the NU-Entertainment Digital TV package through NU-Telecom, you don’t have to! You can watch almost every March Madness game using our free WatchTVEverywhere (WTVE) service wherever there is an internet connection, using your desktop, tablet, laptop, and phone.
Currently NU-Telecom’s WTVE service supports 3 of the 4 channels that will be broadcasting the tournament: TNT, TBS, and TruTV. Here is a breakdown of the TV media coverage:
First Four – truTV
First and Second Rounds – CBS, TBS, TNT, truTV
Sweet Sixteen and Elite Eight – TBS and CBS
Final Four and National Championship – TBS
That is nonstop tournament action, and you don’t have to miss any of the action thanks to WTVE. For example – if you are traveling for work and sitting through a 4 hour layover in an airport, just connect to the free WiFi and enjoy some NCAA basketball! Read more examples of how and where to use WatchTVEverywhere here.
Technology has come a long way and gives you the ability to do things you wouldn’t have been able to in the past! If you do find yourself too busy to watch these games using WTVE, I would suggest inquiring about NU-Telecom’s DVR service. With this feature you are able to record any game you want to be watched whenever you have time. You can also pause when you need to do something, rewind anytime you want a replay, and fast forward through commercials!
Stop in to NU-Telecom and see what they have to offer, there may be something that makes your life better.
In celebration of March Madness, just think if you had WatchTVEverywhere during these awesome tournament moments:
In 1983, you could have witnessed No. 6 seed NC State, coached by Jimmy V, make a historical run through the Tournament, eventually beating the Houston powerhouse in dramatic fashion.
Christian Laettner hauls in a deep inbound pass from Grant Hill for a last-second, back-to-the-basket, turn-around, game-winning jump shot to take down Kentucky and make it to the Final Four.
Or you could have seen any of these greatest buzzer beaters of all time.