With just a few weeks until the start of the 2011 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship tournament, college hoops fans need to take the appropriate steps to ensure the very best experience. Years ago, viewers sat in front of their TVs, watching one channel for a very one-dimensional experience. DigitalLanding.com
says those days are long gone! But fans will have to make sure they are set up with everything they need before tip-off of the “First Four” tournament games on March 15 and 16 on TruTV (formerly CourtTV).
The NCAA Tournament has been on CBS for a few decades now, but this is the first season in the tournament’s 73-year history that all of the games will be available live in their entirety across four national networks. CBS will be sharing television coverage with Turner Broadcasting, and the second round of the tournament will be covered by CBS, TNT, TBS and TruTV. A week later, CBS will also share coverage of the Sweet 16 with Turner Broadcasting. Fans should check with their cable and satellite providers to make sure they have all the channels needed to catch every game. Those looking for cable or satellite service will be happy to know that DigitalLanding.com
already points to the best available options in their area, with the lowest prices and best packages.
Fans of some of the top college basketball teams in the country, like the Ohio State Buckeyes, Kansas Jayhawks, Duke Blue Devils, Syracuse Orange and Georgetown Hoyas, will get to see every game without having to track down a sports bar that’s showing it or paying extra for a college basketball sports package.
Hoops mania extends beyond TV in the 21st century. Fans can watch live games online once again, with live streaming Internet. No more calling in sick to watch games! And at home, fans can have one game up on the TV, while watching another game through their computer. DigitalLanding.com
is a one-stop shop for digital services that can help optimize TV and Internet experiences.