Get Glued

Published: 08th May 2014 09:14 AM  |   Last Updated: 08th May 2014 09:14 AM   |  A+A-

Busy schedules and time zone differences used to make it cumbersome to watch the live telecast of many international sporting events. However, the advent of online streaming makes it easy for avid sports fans to watch their sports on their laptops, mobile as well as other hand-held devices while traveling, at work or even late at night without disturbing their family members.

The DTH players have introduced online video streaming apps such as Everywhere TV (Tata Sky), Ditto (Dish TV) and Pocket TV (Airtel) that help you watch your favourite shows and channels anytime and anywhere. In addition to this, operators like Videocon and Sun have created a special sports pack for this season. Tata Sky has announced Everywhere TV with Pepsi IPL 2014 (powered by along with 65 channels free this season to those subscribers that activate the app between 14 April and 1 June.

The audiences in India are happily switching devices throughout the day and online streaming is turning to be a service that the subscribers cannot live without. Multi-screen viewing with smart-phones and tablets positively enhances the sports-watching experience this season. The trending High Definition (HD) TV along with HD channels (now possible to view with HD set-top boxes) has made viewing sports a sheer pleasure.              


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