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It would be great to have a WatchESPN app available.  The location of our TV doesn't have cable available, but we do have internet so it would be the only way can catch some of those vital games.

 

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PackMarinerJAK

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Bump.

 

Ditto.

 

Samsung SmartTV can watch it as it supports the FlashPlayer.  A real APP would be better, but Flash support would do in a pinch.

 

Thanks for listening!

 

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