Chicago Cubs: Marquee Sports Network to launch Saturday with over 40 video providers
|Friday, February 21, 2020 3:13 PM-|
CHICAGO – There are a variety of ways fans can engage with Marquee Sports Network beginning Saturday. In the Chicago area, Marquee Sports Network will be available through the following providers:
DIRECTV (channel 664)
AT&T U-verse in SD (channel 740) and HD (channel 1740)
RCN (channels 377 and 679 (HD))
MetroNet (channel 29)
TVision (channel 100)
Iowa’s Mediacom will make Cubs games available on channel 51 and channels 768/668 in HD. Spectrum subscribers will be able to access Marquee Sports Network in the coming weeks.
To see and search the more than 40 content providers currently carrying Marquee Sports Network, go to www.getmarqueesportsnetwork.com/providers/.
Cubs fans will also be able to stream the network live with AT&T TV NOW (channel 664) beginning Saturday, and Hulu+Live TV in the near future.
Marquee Sports Network App
Fans can now access the Marquee Sports Network App, which is a live and on-demand sports content mobile application and desktop experience. The App will include on-demand, Cubs-centric video content and live streaming of Marquee Sports Network programming, including live Cubs games, for users who authenticate using their content provider credentials.
Most providers have already enabled their customers to use Marquee Sports Network’s App, which means Cubs fans beginning Saturday can access the network and its content—again, including live Cubs games—on their devices, on the go and on demand. AT&T/DIRECTV and Spectrum authentication capabilities will follow shortly after launch.
The Marquee Sports Network App is available to download on iOS (iPhone and iPad), Android (smartphones and tablets), Apple TV, Fire TV and Roku players. Subscribers can also watch the network live at www.watchmarquee.com.
Viewers can go to www.getmarqueesportsnetwork.com for FAQs and to find channel numbers for providers who carry Marquee Sports Network.
From Cubs: Marquee available in Chicago area through following providers:— Mark Gonzales (@MDGonzales) February 21, 2020
DIRECTV (channel 664); AT&T U-verse in SD (channel 740) and HD (channel 1740); RCN (channels 377 and 679 (HD))
MetroNet (channel 29); TVision (channel 100). Iowa’s Mediacom (Ch. 51; 768/668 in HD)