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Written by Maury Brown   
Wednesday, 03 September 2008 13:48
MLB.comMLB Advanced Media (MLBAM), the interactive media and Internet company of Major League Baseball, today announced that it is offering its premier live video streaming product on a pay-per-day basis exclusively on MLB.com for the duration of the regular season.

Fans can now catch games for a single day through MLB.TV Premium for $7.95 per day. The service is also available for $19.95 for the remainder of the season, including the postseason.

MLB.TV Premium provides viewers with the following features:
  • TV-Quality Picture with NexDef - a 1.2 megabits per second stream with a 16x9 widescreen format
  • Enhanced video player with three different viewing options
  • PC and Mac compatible
  • Every 2008 regular season out-of-market game live or on-demand
  • Access to MLB.TV Mosaic, application for viewing up to six games simultaneously
  • Subscription to Gameday Audio, including entire postseason
  • Access to archived and Condensed Games

Source: MLB Advanced Media


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