Channel 823 on Comcast XFINITY TV HD. Channel 1028 on Cox Communication HD. Channel 242 on DirecTV HD. Channel 105 on DISH Network HD.
How can I watch NBC Sports?
With a Roku and one of the following streaming services, you may watch NBC Sports content on USA Network: fuboTV, Hulu With Live TV, Sling TV, DirecTV Stream, or YouTube TV. Peacock is another possibility.
What channel is NBC Sports on Xfinity cable?
7:00 p.m., Golden State Warriors vs. Utah Jazz; pregame live at 6:00 p.m., and postgame live immediately after the game
The San Francisco Giants take on the Texas Rangers at 6:30 p.m.; pregame coverage begins at 6:00 p.m., and postgame coverage begins immediately after the game.
How can I watch NBC Sports for free?
Another wonderful option to watch NBC Sports without cable is through YouTube TV. In some locations, Google’s skinny-bundle option includes NBC, as well as the NBC-affiliated Golf Channel, NBCSN, and a number of NBC Sports RSNs.
Is NBC Sports Network available over the air?
The NBC cable channel, as well as the NBC app and the NBC Sports app, continue to make premier live sporting events and other sports programming available to all viewers on free over-the-air television.
What happened to NBCSN on Xfinity?
Most NBCSN content will be moved to USA Network and Peacock, and the channel will be shut down on December 31, 2021, at 11:59 p.m. ET, according to NBCU. This will have an effect on all suppliers.
What has happened to NBCSN?
NBC Sports Network (NBCSN) will cease operations on January 1, 2022, and will no longer be carried on fuboTV or other TV providers. The USA Network now carries popular sports programming such as English Premier League soccer and NASCAR.
Is there a charge for NBC Sports app?
NBC Sports Group’s live streaming platform for desktops, mobile devices, tablets, and connected TVs will stream all in-market MLB/NBA/NHL games on the respective local NBC Sports Regional Network sites on PCs during 2017, as well as on the MyTeams App from NBC Sports, the NBC Sports app – NBC Sports Group’s live streaming platform for desktops, mobile devices, tablets, and connected TVs.
A: NBC Sports Regional Network members will receive this service at no additional cost as an added benefit from participating video providers.
A: The NBC Sports app is a live streaming platform for desktops, mobile devices, tablets, and connected TVs from the NBC Sports Group.
A: Of course. After first authenticating your subscription, live streams of MLB, NBA, and NHL games on NBC Sports Regional Networks are available via the NBC Sports app on connected TV devices. Playmaker Media developed the NBC Sports app, which is available on Apple iOS, Android, and select Samsung devices, as well as Amazon Fire, Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Windows 10, and Xbox.
A: Of course. When traveling outside of your home market, you will be able to watch NBA and NHL programming on PCs and the NBC Sports app if you are in the continental United States.
A: We’re working on it, and we aim to be able to offer out-of-market streaming to subscribers by the middle of the season.
A: The availability of games via TV Everywhere is subject to territorial blackout limitations, just like televised MLB/NBA/NHL games on NBC Sports Regional Networks.
Q: When I subscribe to this service and authenticate through my video provider, will NBC Sports Regional Networks or the NBC Sports app have access to my personal information?
A: Any personal information and data gathered from your involvement in the online services, including targeted advertising and tracking information collected automatically, may be used in accordance with our policy. Please see our for more information on how to opt-out of targeted advertising.
Q: Can I watch NBC Sports Regional Network or NBC Sports material without having to subscribe to a video provider?
A: To watch any video, you must have the most recent version of Adobe Flash installed (supports v10 and above). Adobe Flash will provide you the finest viewing experience possible, including high-definition video, DVR options, and more.
A: Yes, you can do so by selecting the ‘full screen’ option from the video player control bar’s lower right corner.
Q: What should I do if the video won’t start and instead displays a spinning wheel, a black screen, or an error message?
- Please update your browser (Older browsers might not be offering you the premium in speed and security to view this content).
- We recommend that you update your browser to the most recent version if you want the best viewing experience. You can choose from the following browsers that are supported:
- Flash should be updated. Adobe Flash player is used to stream our video content. We recommend:
- You must first uninstall any previous versions of Adobe Flash that are currently installed on your computer before you can install it. Download Adobe’s official uninstaller to do so (Make sure to select your correct operating system, and then “Uninstall Flash.”)
- Following Adobe’s instructions for reinstalling the most recent version of Adobe Flash after you’ve uninstalled the older version. On the right-hand side of the page, there is a download option.
- Please quit your browser after downloading the file, and then install the upgraded version of Adobe Flash on your machine.
- Finally, reopen your browser and go back to the video you want to watch. You should now be able to watch videos with ease.
Clear the cache and cookies in your browser. If the browser you’re using or a page you’re seeing is giving you trouble, try clearing the cache in your browser. If it doesn’t work, try clearing your browser’s cookies.
- Other video players, such as Quicktime, Real Player, or Windows Media Player, should have their volume cranked up, as this may effect the video player sound.
- If you still don’t hear anything when you play the movie, try the steps below (in order):
- After deleting any previous versions of Adobe Flash, install the most recent version.
- “Allow third-party Adobe Flash content to store data on your computer” should be checked.
- Please click one of the tabs at the top of that box to ensure the check is accepted, then return to the main menu (Global Storage Settings Panel). It’s still a good idea to check the box.
- Close all browser windows and attempt re-playing the Live Event after this is done.
- Check your antivirus and firewall software to discover whether third-party Adobe Flash content is being blocked.
- Quit your browser (Ctrl+Q in Microsoft Windows or Command+Q in Mac OS), then close all other unwanted programs on your computer before restarting your browser. Multiple tabs should be avoided.
- If you’re utilizing wireless internet (WiFi), use an Ethernet cable to connect directly to your modem or router.
Q: I’m using an older version of Flash on my computer. Is it necessary for me to upgrade?
A: Of course. The NBC Sports video player makes use of Adobe Flash Player 11’s new features. Adobe Flash is a short download that takes only a few minutes to install. Previous versions of Adobe Flash Player are backwards compatible with Adobe Flash Player 11.
When updating from a prior version of Adobe Flash, some users will be required to restart their browsers. After installing Adobe Flash Player 11, most users will not need to restart their web browsers.
Q: I’ve done the Adobe Flash installation application multiple times, but the website still requires me to do so; what should I do?
A: Due to their operating system settings, some users will be unable to upgrade Adobe Flash. If you’re experiencing this problem, do the following steps:
Q: I’m having trouble playing video; does it matter that I’ve disabled third-party cookies?
In order to access video, you will need to unblock third-party cookies. For example, with current versions of Firefox, do the following:
- Check that “Accept cookies from sites” and “Accept third-party cookies” are both selected.
- Select “they expire” or “I close Firefox” from the “Keep until:” selection.
- Shift-Reload (Hold down the Shift key on the keyboard while clicking the Reload button in the browser’s button bar) will force the page to reload.
- Examine your third-party cookies. You must have them turned on (in Firefox, Chrome and Safari you set it directly, in IE you need to set a privacy level of “Medium High” or lower)
- Examine your machine or corporate/campus network for anti-virus, anti-malware, or other proxy software (such as Net Nanny) that may be blocking (or affecting) access to the streams.
Q: Will the NBC Sports Mobile and Tablet Applications be free to download?
Q: What is the minimal and recommended operating system for using the Mobile and Tablet Applications?
A: The NBC Sports Mobile and Tablet Applications will work with iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad devices running iOS 5.0 or higher, as well as select Android handheld and tablet devices running Android 2.2 or higher. Make sure your device has the most recent operating system to get the greatest user experience.
Q: The video on my device in the NBC Sports App keeps buffering or is of low quality. What can I do about it?
A: You can watch video via a 3G or 4G connection, but you’ll get the best picture quality if you connect to a WiFi signal. You may also increase the quality of your video by making sure your device is running the most recent operating system.
Q: When I try to open the NBC Sports Mobile and Tablet Apps, I get an error message stating that I don’t have a data connection. What exactly does this imply?
A: Make sure you’re connected to a 3G, 4G, or WiFi network if you get an error message saying there’s no data connection. In the Settings area of your smartphone, you can check the status of your connection. Note: If your device is set to “Airplane Mode,” you will not be able to connect to the internet and will need to turn it off. Video will function with a 3G or 4G connection; but, when available, connect to a WIFI network for the best video quality.