ESPN3

Discussion in 'IPTV Hardware' started by irock, Mar 15, 2011.

  1. irock

    irock Cool Member

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    It's the only thing I seem to use the XBOX for anymore is the espn3.com access. Hoping to see it soon on the AppleTV. Anyone else?
     
  2. dodge boy

    dodge boy R.I.P. Chris Henry

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    it is on my google Tv device, plus I use it on my play on and I can get it on any pc/laptop device on my network since AT&T provides it to theit customers.
     
  3. jwt00011367066122

    jwt00011367066122 New Member

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    I know that at least one website (Willow TV) has supposedly implemented using airplay on an iPhone or iPad to watch web content on an Apple TV. I haven't tried it yet and I don't know if any extra setup is necessary on their end, but it might become an option.
     
  4. jwt00011367066122

    jwt00011367066122 New Member

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    I just checked a few sites. I was able to load Willow TV on my iPad and then use Airplay to watch it through Apple TV! I also did this with Funnyordie.com. Went to the website on my iPad, started a video, the Airplay tool was on the video player on the iPad, which I used to send it to my Apple TV.

    It likely won't work for ESPN3 though, since the video there is Flash-based and the iPad and iPhone don't do Flash.
     
  5. Greg Alsobrook

    Greg Alsobrook Lifetime Achiever

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    Correct. I actually contacted ESPN about this a short while back and was informed that they were working on a solution for iPad users.

    And I also would love to see ESPN3 added to ATV. :p
     
  6. irock

    irock Cool Member

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    Had never heard of Willow TV. It was worth a try to see it work.

    Here's to a slight hope we see EPSN3 this year for ATV.
     
  7. jwt00011367066122

    jwt00011367066122 New Member

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    Willow tv is devoted to cricket, so it is definitely a niche channel! It is also available through RoKu, but only one device at a time (I have 2 RoKu boxes).


     

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