March Madness 2013 streaming: How to watch online, radio and more


For fans unable to get in front of a television for this weekend's NCAA Tournament games, CBS, Turner and the NCAA have provided a number of different viewing options both online and on the radio. Tourney action resumes on Thursday in the East and West regions.

While all NCAA Tournament games will be broadcast live on television via either CBS or TBS this weekend, fans unable to get in front of a TV will have a number of other viewing options as well.

Like they have done all tournament long, CBS and Turner have partnered with to broadcast all games live and for free online with March Madness Live. Furthermore, viewers can also take in tournament action via their iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad and iPad Mini with the March Madness Live app on iTunes. Google Play will provide a viewing option for Android users.

All NCAA Tournament games will all be broadcast live on radio via Sirius XM.

Regardless of what mode of technology fans use to stream the games, they are in for some exciting basketball when the action gets underway.

The weekend tips off on Thursday with a pair of games in both the East and West regions, with winners advancing to play for the right to go to the Final Four on Saturday.

On Friday night, the Midwest and South regions will host their semifinals, with the winners playing on Sunday.

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