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Saturday, March 14, 2009

‘March Madness’ special available On Demand

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Sunflower Broadband is partnering with CBS College Sports Network to bring “The Best of March Madness” video-on-demand package to its subscribers this tournament season.

Subscribers can access the special sports package now through April 30 for free by going to Sunflower Broadband Channel 1 On Demand and selecting “March Madness.”

“NCAA VOD: The Best of March Madness” includes 40 short videos from past tournament games, in both standard and high-definition formats, plus a special selection of basketball memories like the 30th anniversary of the Magic Johnson-Larry Bird final and Mario Chalmers’ three-point shot in the 2008 title game.

Basketball fans also will find game action with highlights from the 2009 tournament from start to finish.

Just 20 cable television operators in the country are making this March Madness package available to subscribers.

Sunflower Broadband is owned by The World Company, which also owns the Journal-World.

Comments

Kevin Sontag 10 years, 10 months ago

OMG yes! Sunflower, you must get on the ball with ESPN360.

Seth Nesmith 10 years, 10 months ago

It's not that great of a deal, you only get highlights. If you are a sports fan, Directv is the way to go. Every single game is shown with their March Madness package, not just highlights.

KANSTUCKY 10 years, 10 months ago

ESPN360 is better than nothing. CBS is the only coverage that has caused me to miss a KU game.

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