It's the best time of the year for college basketball - the Big Dance is here. As the tournament madness gets underway, we wanted to make sure you know how to watch your favorite teams and catch every dunk, buzzer beater, and upset while both at home or on the go.
March Madness kicks off with "Selection Sunday" starting at 5pm on CBS, ImOn channels 2 and 802). All 67 games of the tournament will be aired LIVE across CBS (ch 2, HD 802), TBS (Ch 61, HD 861), TNT (ch 57, HD 857), and truTV (ch 72, HD 872).
We know you can't put the rest of your life on hold whenever a new game starts—and you can only take so many sick days before your boss catches on, but with ImOn's TV Everywhere, you don't have to miss a single second of the action.
ImOn's Watch TV Everywhere allows you to watch the tournament action LIVE from anywhere, with any Internet connection. So now you can catch all the shots while waiting at the doctor's office, sitting in the office breakroom, or working out at the gym. Plus, TV Everywhere is included FREE with your ImOn cable TV subscription.
To make sure you don't miss any of the madness, create a TV Everywhere account at least 24 hours in advance of the games you want to watch. For full instructions on how to create an account click here. Then you can access all the games on TBS, TNT, and truTV by visiting www.ncaa.com/march-madness-live. You will have to select ImOn Communications as your TV subscriber in the upper right corner, and log in using your ImOn Watch TV Everywhere Account information.
If you don't feel like doing a bracket this year, we have created a fun game that you and your friends and family can play during the games. Just print out your bingo cards, and then gather around your TV with friends and family! While watching, the tournament games, look and listen for the items on the card. When you hear/see one of the items, be the first to call it out and you get to mark it on your card. Don't worry if you aren’t the first to call it out, just keep watching and call it out when it happens again. Any terms in quotation marks on the card must be said by one of the TV commentators.
Have fun and let the madness begin!