CSN also known as Comcast SportsNet, is owned and operated by Comcast via the NBC Sports Group. The broadcast is mainly region dependent but generally airs high school, professional and collegiate sports events. Subscribers can expect to watch their local team games in most cases since it’s broadcast is region dependent. The channel also airs discussions, analysis programs, and sports documentaries. The operations for the channel is based in New York City, New York.
|Sports Games Streamed
|Cost per Month
|MLB, PAC-12, BIG-10, NFL, NHL, College
|No Standalone App
|Yes, with Hulu/Sling
|Yes, except w/ Sling, Fubo etc
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Watch CSN Without Cable
CSN is available via most local cable services across the US. However, even though many regular or conventional cable service providers have started providing streaming options they still require a long term commitment. Though live streaming services like Sling TV don’t require a long-term commitment and still stream channels like CSN live via their apps for iOS and Android devices. Sling TV starts at $25 a month while AT&T TV NOW which is owned by AT&T starts at $50+. That said as of this writing only Sling TV streams CSN.
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Streaming CSN with the Official App
The official CSN Local Sports app is available for iOS and Android devices. The app allows subscribers to the channel to log-in to start streaming live sports. The app covers New England Sports, Philly, Bay Area, and Mid-Atlantic regions of the network.
Which Sports are Streaming on CSN?
CSN broadcasts a number of sports events including the NBA, MLB, and NCAA games, etc. However, the games available in each area will vary and so will the programming. Please refer to the CSN’s local broadcast schedule for details about upcoming games and programs.