Posted February 21st, 2007 by Brian
Filed under: Basketball, NCAA Tourney, TV

March Madness on Demand from CBSCBS and the NCAA will be providing live streaming video of the NCAA Tournament for free online again this year. March Madness on Demand allows you to watch (relatively) high quality live video of the first three rounds of the tourney from your computer.

There’s a limited amount of free “VIP Passes” available that ensure you’ll be able to watch games no matter how busy the site gets. Everyone gets put into a waiting room before the video starts and VIP status makes that process move a little faster.

The service is subject to blackouts, which means this is likely not an option for catching Longhorn games in the Texas area. If your local CBS affiliate is airing the game you want to watch, you won’t be able to watch that game online. I’m not sure how they determine your location, but it asks you for your zip code when you log in so if you want a shot at watching the Texas games you might want to fib a little during registration.

Sign up now to be a lot less productive at work next month.


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  1. reply to  #1


    It wont load, it wont play videos…it sucks balls

  2. reply to  #2


    Worked fine for me in IE, I couldn’t use Firefox. My “trick” to get to see local games didn’t work though so I guess they’re not getting your location from the zip code in your profile.

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