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The National Football League is the laggard, but Direct TV does offer the NFL Sunday Ticket To-Go for $350. It’s only available you’re “not able to subscribe to DIRECT TV service at your current address.” The package includes all out-of-market games on Fox and CBS, a Red Zone channel which shows the final yards of every scoring drive, and instant stats.
There are also options from the NFL itself, including a $30 package called NFL Game Rewind that includes all past games on-demand from the 2009-2011 seasons, and for $25 NFL Audio Pass which includes every radio broadcast live and on-demand.
On a side note the NFL Network recently tested out a free broadcast of one of their Thursday night games using their NFL ’11 iPad app.
Major League Soccer also has a package called Match Day Live for $60. This includes 221 games, live games on an iPad, HD quality, DVR ability, the ability to watch up to three games at once, archived games, and condensed (20 min) games.
Finally, ESPN offers up an ever-increasing array of video products, including SportsCenter. The more interesting feature is the team and city specific videos they are putting out on individual pages. Think differently by visiting your favorite team, like the Los Angeles Angels or San Diego Chargers, and view your videos directly from there. You can also get regional news at city sites, like ESPN Los Angeles.
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