Tuesday, March 07, 2006

Non-Finance Entry: Another Way for Sports Fans to Ruin Your Productivity at Work & Home

It is becoming increasingly more important for sports media contracts to include the right to broadcast both television and internet content. CBS has finally addressed this and will be offering March Madness basketball events over the internet.

Here's their blurb: "NCAA® March Madness™ on Demand is totally FREE for the first time ever! Get LIVE game broadcasts of CBS Sports television coverage of NCAA® March Madness™ streaming on your broadband-connected computer.

All 56 games from the first three rounds of the tournament will be available FREE.* Plus, watch highlights and recaps all the way through the championship!"

To register, go here.

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