I've heard about these devices, slingbox maybe? I'm sure there are others.
Sounds expensive and I'm on a very limited budget, just this internet connection is plenty but I would love to purchase a live feed for the cfl & nhl. Pretty sure nfl is available but I'm guessing it's not cheap and thinking a cfl feed would be more affordable due to a lot less games throughout the season.
Lorsque les parties antérieures étaient disponibles sur TSN.CA, je regardais pendant l'hiver toute la saison précédente de la LCF au moins 3 fois. Maintenant que ce n'est plus disponible, je ne regarde que les parties des Alouettes et les éliminatoires, que j'enregistre sur RDS ou TSN.
Si les parties pouvaient devenir disponibles en streaming autrement qu'en s'abaissant à céder au chantage de Bell et Rogers (entreprises qui sont régulièrement l'objet de plaintes au CRTC et recours collectifs pour facturation abusive), ça m'intéresserait. Ce serait une question de coût et de sécurité internet, bien sûr.
Une chose est certaine. La LCF ne gagne pas à ce que l'accès aux parties sur le net soit si compliqué. Ça dévalue sa marque et son produit.
Speaking as someone who built the current Sportsnet.ca website, it's got something like a dozen automated alarms for if various parts of it are responding too slow / not at all - very many people would be aware if the site wasn't working. It's a near impossibility for not one but both of those competing sites to not be working correctly for more than a few hours.
How recent is the version of your computer and web browser? Something must be drastically wrong on your side.
Yep. With Sportsnet having it's standalone Sportsnet NOW online subscription available, I'd imagine it's only a matter of time until TSN does something similar. Things will likely look a lot different in 2021.
I think the League needs to stay away from staying exclusive to one network tbh. Having their own streaming service or getting together with a company like Dazn, along with having another network involved (Corus, CBC, and or Rogers), is the way to go IMO.
NLL has done a very good job with NLLtv, likewise MLB with mlbtv/MLBAM.
Hmm to be honest I only tried sportsnet a few times in those 2 months, after a couple of no loads I just avoided it like I did (and still do due to habit)... like I did with tsn. tsn vid hasn't worked for years, tsn radio started not working, no load on sportsnet, after all that made it very easy to remember to avoid. So ya 2 or 3 no loads and I probably just didn't go back.
I switched pc's in Aug or Sept, and seeing as both had the same issues (tsn) with 2 different systems, one xp, one W7.
Honestly tsn video hasn't worked for years except maybe one time for 2 weeks when I complained on this forum ??? 2 or 3 years back maybe.
No biggie I'm like whatever right, it was when I couldn't even find a radio link to an east game that I started getting testy.
The best part of tsn when it did work wayyy back in the old times is the ability to go back and watch the games that you missed. I understood that they didn't have that anymore so even less reason to miss it.
Oh ya don't know if I mentioned it but I went to sportsnet as well and yes page loaded and the videos loaded.
Maybe... I use firefox, it's always up to date that I know, I keep my os up to date as well, but this weeks new updates did change a lot of features in my browser..... doesn't make any sense to me but that's all I can think of that's different.
Nice but BS!!!!!!!!!! Tsn will lock it so your out, if your not a subscriber. After patients and search there are several venues that broadcast games on a 10 second delay and work well. Charge patients.