One of the world’s premier sporting events is nearly upon us—the NCAA College Basketball Tournament. Popularly known as March Madness, its dozens of teams from both large universities and small liberal arts colleges vie for legendary status through 67 often heart-pounding games every March.

And you don’t need cable TV to enjoy it! From Selection Sunday to the Final Four to the National Championship game, you can stream all the action with pristine picture quality through the reliable high-speed fiber network of Cumberland Connect. And by using MyBundle, you can build a package of streaming channels and apps so you don’t miss any of it!

Below we walk you through the best way to stream as much of March Madness as possible. From live TV options to the right combinations of channels and apps, we’ve got you covered!

Making sure you’re able to watch all or even most NCAA Basketball Tournament games in 2024 can get a little complicated—even for people who still use cable or satellite dish for television! So let’s walk through it.

For starters, CBS is the primary broadcaster of major March Madness games. And that’s where most viewers tune in. But CBS doesn’t do all the heavy lifting alone. CBS partners with three Turner-owned networks to provide even broader coverage: TBS, TNT, and truTV.

This means that, in order to get the broadest possible coverage, you need access to all four channels—CBS, TNT, TBS, and truTV. Now, lets turn to how you can stream these channels and use MyBundle to make sure you’re fully covered.

Your first step to streaming March Madness is to select a solid live TV streaming service. Live streaming TV is critical for making sure you’ve got the channels you need for watching games live (instead of “on demand” like you do when you watch movies or TV series on Netflix).

There are several live streaming TV options for you to consider, including fuboTV, Hulu + LiveTV, Sling TV and YouTube TV. And you can compare and contrast them all on MyBundle. Keep in mind, however, that it’s possible not every channel you need to watch all the March Madness action will be included in every live TV streaming service or plan.

For example, fuboTV, an otherwise outstanding service for sports fans, does not include Turner networks like TBS, TNT and truTV. Additionally, with some services, it’s not just a matter of signing up—you need to carefully select your plans, as well. For example, with Sling TV, the Orange package is a must for live sports.

On the whole, Hulu + LiveTV may just be your best overall live TV streaming option for the NCAA Basketball Tournament. CBS streams in most markets on Hulu + LiveTV, and it includes all the Turner networks you need to catch every game. Additionally, ESPN+ is included in your subscription, bringing extra March Madness analysis and more general sports coverage to your screens. To be on the safe side, however, just be sure to check that CBS is included in your service area.

Don’t need all the games but just want to tune in to many of them? Paramount+ Premium, CBS’s official streaming service, only costs $9.99 and gets you live CBS. Once known as CBS All Access, Paramount+’s premium subscription will stream every game available on CBS, just as if broadcasted on ordinary television.

Paramount+ may be especially worth a subscription if your live TV streaming service or area does not have CBS. But remember that Paramount+ only streams CBS-broadcasted games, and not the games aired on the Turner networks like TBS and TNT. So head to MyBundle to make sure you’ve got every channel and app you need to stream every game available.

Finally, we would be remiss if we didn’t remind you that March Madness is a great time to get a free trial on streaming services and apps! Take advantage of the one or even two-week free trials that many live TV streaming services and channels provide.

Or try them all out and see which ones get the best coverage and have the most content you want. And MyBundle makes it easy for you to check them all out access them in one place.


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