08-06-2013 9:23 PM
It's also available on any Internet-connected computer - www.espn3.com. Has been for four years or so. I've watched Australian-rules football (until two years ago when Fox Sports + with their extra $15/mo price tag took that away) and lots of other low-viewer programming (all NHRA meets, ALMS racing and Canadian Football). It's what Speed2 will do for those of us who watched Speed before it bacame FS1. Speed2 is another web site, like ESPN3, but as of right now, AT&T is not sponsoring - which means you can't get it. If you notice when you bring up ESPN3, the death star is in the upper right corner, which means you're an AT&T subscriber, and AT&T is a sponsor of ESPN3.
08-07-2013 4:02 PM
To clarify: I don't watch ESPN3 on a computer, instead I watch it on Gooigle Chrome via Google TV. (And I guess it would be available on any browser connected to a TV or STB.) It's a little trickier to set up at times, but, as I've said, I've been watching it for three or four years that way. And it's pretty cool to watch a computer display on a 60" TV! Admittedly, text I can read on a computer monitor doesn't always work out that way, but if I have to I can always duplicate the display on my computer to read whatever it is.
08-07-2013 6:43 PM
ESPN3 programming is limited. ESPN now has watch ESPN and it requires a video subscription from a cable provider