How To Watch All The NCAA Tournament Games At Work

Today in offices all around the Tampa Bay area as well as throughout Florida and the rest of the country not a great deal of work will get done. People will be watching college basketball as the action gets underway at nonn.

Fans who may not have seen a college game this have filled out their brackets and offices full of casual sports fans will begin to follow the games. They can see them on TV, their laptops, tablets, and phones.

So, as a public service News Talk Florida will be your guide to find where to watch the games. It is the 8th year that CBS and Turner Sports have been partners, once again they will air all 67 games of the 2018 NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship.

They will stream those game over 16 different outlets giving fans plenty of options to see the games wherever they want.

On TV, your computer, tablet, smartphone the folks at Turner Sports have every option covered. This week on Stream On we do a deep dive into how the streaming is going to take place as well as where to find all of the games.

My guest is Hania Poole who is the Vice President and General Manager of NCAA Digital. She is one of the key people overseeing the entire streaming operation. She is in charge of leading the teams responsible for content, operations, and product development for the business, including NCAA.com, the NCAA Sports App, live coverage for all NCAA Championships and the management of Turner’s award-winning NCAA March Madness Live.

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We know that the games will be airing live on CBS, TNT, TBS, and truTV. Now be sure to download the NCAA March Madness app it really is the most important one to have. At the same time make sure you have the TNT, TBS, truTV and for good measure, I suggest you use the CBS All Access app as well it is worth the money.

As you know all of the about apps with exception of the CBS All Access app require pay TV subscription verification log in information. If you don’t have one I suggest you do trial with HULU LIVE, YOUTUBE LIVE, DIRECTV NOW, SONY PLAYSTATION VUE, SLING TV or try an IPTV alternative which is a good option through BOOM MEDIA.

Here is the lineup for the first week of the tournament.

NCAA First Four – Tuesday, March 13

 

Tip (ET) Network Site Game Play-by-Play/Analyst//Reporter
6:40 p.m. truTV Dayton I (16) LIU Brooklyn vs. (16) Radford Spero Dedes / Steve Smith / Len Elmore // Ros Gold-Onwude
After conc. I truTV Dayton II (11) St. Bonaventure vs. (11) UCLA Dedes / Smith / Elmore // Gold-Onwude
 

NCAA First Four – Wednesday, March 14

 

6:40 p.m. truTV Dayton I (16) N.C. Central vs. (16) Texas Southern Ian Eagle / Jim Spanarkel // Allie LaForce
After conc. I truTV Dayton II (11) Arizona St. vs. (11) Syracuse Eagle / Spanarkel // LaForce
 

First Round Games – ThursdayAfternoon, March 15 (Noon-6 p.m. ET)

 

Tip (ET) Network Site Game Play-by-Play/Analyst//Reporter
12:15 p.m. CBS Pittsburgh I (10) Oklahoma vs. (7) Rhode Island Kevin Harlan / Reggie Miller / Dan Bonner // Dana Jacobson
12:40 p.m. truTV Dallas I (14) Wright St. vs. (3) Tennessee Spero Dedes / Steve Smith / Len Elmore // Ros Gold-Onwude
1:30 p.m. TNT Boise I (13) UNCG vs. (4) Gonzaga Brian Anderson / Chris Webber // Lisa Byington
2 p.m. TBS Wichita I (16) Penn vs. (1) Kansas Brad Nessler / Steve Lavin // Evan Washburn
After conc. I
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Jim Williams is the Washington Bureau Chief, Digital Director as well as the Director of Special Projects for Genesis Communications. He is starting his third year as part of the team. This is Williams 40th year in the media business, and in that time he has served in a number of capacities. He is a seven time Emmy Award winning television producer, director, writer and executive. He has developed four regional sports networks, directed over 2,000 live sporting events including basketball, football, baseball hockey, soccer and even polo to name a few sports. Major events include three Olympic Games, two World Cups, two World Series, six NBA Playoffs, four Stanley Cup Playoffs, four NCAA Men’s National Basketball Championship Tournaments (March Madness), two Super Bowl and over a dozen college bowl games. On the entertainment side Williams was involved s and directed over 500 concerts for Showtime, Pay Per View and MTV Networks.