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.
MLB.TV is the latest live streaming service to add Chromecast support, letting premium subscribers and their friends watch live, out-of-market games. You can download the new MLB.com At Bat app now directly from Google Play. Casting... 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