Mediacom partnering to deliver BTN2Go


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Posted Online: Jan. 10, 2013, 6:33 pm
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Staff report, sports@qconline.com
DES MOINES – Mediacom Communications and the Big Ten Network have partnered to deliver BTN2Go to Mediacom subscribers in the Midwest.

BTN2GO is a live 24/7 multi-platform online extension of the Big Ten Network. Features include a live feed of all BTN programming, including game telecasts, as well as Extra Football Game Channels airing multiple gridiron contests simultaneously.

BTN2Go viewers also will have on-demand access to BTN's video archives, including original series' and current season games from the Big Ten Conference's television partners.

Full online access to BTN2Go is only available to subscribers of participating cable, satellite or telco providers. The online service is available at no additional cost to subscribers who receive BTN as part of their TV channel line-up.

Mediacom subscribers may access BTN2Go on four platforms: website, iPad, iPhone and Android devices.

On the web, fans will go to BTN2Go.com, choose their provider, enter their Mediacom email address and password and then have full access to BTN2Go's services.

On the iPad and iPhone, fans will launch the free BTN2Go app (available in the App Store), choose their provider and enter their login information to have full access to BTN2Go. The Android App is available at Google Play.

BTN continues to explore alternative platforms for BTN2Go.



















 




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