MLB.com's already wildly successful iPhone app will begin streaming live video of baseball games today. Baseball fans are excited, but there's plenty of reason for even non-sports fans to pay attention to the way the application works. With a $10 price tag that sports fans are apparently happy to pay, this could provide a great model for other struggling media to find an important new revenue stream - and not just because it charges for content.
iPhone, App Store, iPod touch If you're a baseball fan you already have it. If not, you're missing a lot, and now MLB has updated At Bat 2009 [App Store link] to include more video streaming for fans who already subscribe to MLB.TV.... Read Post
Major League Baseball has added live video streams of baseball games to its $9.99 iPhone app, starting today. The games can be viewed over Wi-Fi or via the iPhone’s 3G connection — unlike the Sling video-streaming app, which only wo... Read Post