With numerous ways to watch this year’s March Madness college basketball games, the experience comes as close to being personalized as any TV event we’ve had to date. By my reckoning, you can watch the NCAA match-ups live on TV, select your preferred games on the Web via March Madness On Demand (MMOD), watch on your iPhone or iPod Touch with the new mobile application, catch up to four games at once with the DirecTV package, use a new “College Hoops” feature via the Windows Media Center Sports Channel (includes interactive brackets, video highlights, and condensed replays), and get on-demand extras from a number of different cable and telco providers. (UPDATE: AT&T is also offering a March Madness app via its U-bar for U-verse subscribers)
For myself, I’ve downloaded the iPod Touch app ($4.99), have the main game on my big screen (I love working from home), and plan to check out MMOD on my netbook when I need a change-up. I’ve also gone through some of the archived highlights in Comcast’s on-demand package. The cableco is promising highlights from this year’s tourney too.
How are you watching? And, as a side note, how do your picks match up against Barack-atology?
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