In case you are wondering what channels will host broadcasts, the four major networks that will be airing the games are CBS, TBS, TNT and Tru TV. As every college hoops fan knows, the majority of the second-round games normally start around 10 or 11 a.m.
This likely means you’re at work. [[< Think you’re gonna miss out on the action? Think again, thanks to apps that provide live action and updates as the day progresses.
The most prominent app is NCAA March Madness Live. It’s one of the most reliable ways to get live action from all four channels airing the games. Whether you’re watching on your phone or streaming on your laptop, March Madness Live will feature all the tournament games. Heads up: There is a three-hour limit for games airing on networks other than CBS.But if you have a cable subscription, you can watch games being aired on TBS, TNT and Tru TV by logging in to your cable account through your laptop, cell phone or tablet.
For all the cable cutters, have no fear. CBS will host 21 of the 67 games, so you can watch them via the old-fashioned digital antenna method. Or you can access them through TV streaming services.