ANN ARBOR, Mich. -- The University of Michigan basketball team team's home contest against Maryland Baltimore Country on Wednesday Nov. 25, will be covered by ESPN 360, which is available exclusively on the internet at www.ESPN.com. The game will not be shown on television.
In addition, the Wolverines are announcing their road contest at Miami (Ohio) on Thursday (Dec. 7) has been altered to a 9 p.m. tipoff, and will be shown on ESPNU.
The following internet service providers currently offer ESPN 360: BELD, Cavalier, Charter LA, Charter Stl, Conway, Frontier, Grande, Iowa Network Services, Liberty PR, Mediacom, MidHudson, MTC, Phonoscope, Shen-Heights, SMU, StarStream, US Cable and Verizon.
Cablevision, Cox, Comcast, SBC, Time Warner and Wide Open West do not support ESPN 360.
What is ESPN360
ESPN360 is the robust, multi-feature broadband service, free to fans that receive high-speed broadband service through an ESPN-affiliated provider. Accessed via ESPNs new online multimedia player, ESPN360 delivers hundreds of hours each month of live and on-demand content and gives fans easy access to the Internets best sports video library. Launched in 2001 as ESPN Broadband, ESPN360 re-launched as the current robust service in January 2005. More information is available at www.ESPN.com.
How does ESPN360 work
ESPN360 is available on your computer via a high-speed data connection that is provided by an ESPN-affiliated service provider. ESPN360 uses high-quality Flash 8 video and also has a streaming video component that is encoded at a high bit rate that enables a fast transmission for viewing high quality video content.
Contact: Tom Wywrot (734) 763-4423