NCAA Tournament on TV, radio, web and mobile
Posted March 5
Updated March 28
It's NCAA Tournament time on television, radio and digital platforms. Here's how to find and track your teams and even play to win $1 million if you can pick a perfect bracket.
NCAA basketball on TV 2016 NCAA men's interactive bracket
A: The Final Four will be held Saturday, April 2, and Monday, April 4.
For the first time, the games of the Final Four will be on cable, not broadcast television. Both semifinal games and the national championship will be on TBS.
A: Unfortunately, fans who do not have cable or satellite, or whose channel lineups do not include all three Turner networks, do not have access to those games on TV. Any game that is not assigned to CBS is shown on one of the Turner networks only.
CBS, Turner and the NCAA are cooperating to offer some games online, and Turner networks are available via SlingTV.
The NCAA March Madness Live app – developed in partnership with the NCAA, Turner Sports and CBS Sports – is available on a dozen platforms, including Amazon Fire TV, Apple TV, Roku players and Roku TV.
Track the NCAA Tournament on your computer, phone or tablet
Log on to WRALSportsFan.com for round-the-clock coverage of the Road to the Final Four.
A: A perfect bracket can win you $1 Million. Enter up front – make all your picks by Thursday – for a chance at the big prize.
Even once your bracket is busted you can still play for prizes. The round-by-round bracket challenge starts over with each round.
You can even compare how you rate up against our “experts,” the guys who watch these games for a living.
Q: How about interviews? Photos?
A: After the games, go behind the scenes with streaming video and audio of postgame interviews with the players and coaches and relive all the action with round-by-round photo galleries.
A: WRALSportsFan.com – schedules, scores, brackets, stories, and video and audio interviews – is designed especially for your mobile device. Use your browser to access all the stories, video and audio of WRALSportsFan.com.
If you prefer an app, download WRALSportsFan for your iPhone, Android and Blackberry.
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