Handy Guides on Free Watching 2016 March Madness HD on TV without Cable
Step 1: Free download 5KPlayer for your Mac/PC.
Step 2: Navigate to cbssports.com to find the NCAA Tournament HD videos you want to watch on TV.
Note: CBS games are free and require no subscription, but there will be only 21 March Madness games on cbssports.com and the remaining 46 will be covered by the other three Turner networks, i.e. TBS, TNT, and TruTV.
Step 3: Launch 5KPlayer and click Airplay on the up right corner of the main interface, and choose your Apple TV from the Airplay receiver list.
Step 4: Play the March Madness game on your Mac/PC. Then you will find the NCAA basketball tournament video displayed on your TV with original quality.
Watch NCAA Tournatment 2016 on iPhone, iPad, Android, PS, etc.
For those who have to go to work or school during March Madness, we'd like to show you how you can watch all NCAA basketball online on your iPhone, iPad, Samsung Galaxy S7, Surface Pro 4/3, Surface Book, Amazon Kindle/Kindle Fire, Sony PS 4/3, Xbox, or any other smart phones, tablets and gaming consoles.
To watch March Madness 2016 on your portable devices, you only need one appropriate app, for example CBS Sports, Turner Sports and the NCAA March Madness Live which are all available across 12 platforms including iOS, Android and Windows. Instead of the three, you can also use Sling TV which offers a free 7-day trial and access, to TNT, TBS, TruTV, in order to watch March Madness live stream on any iOS/Android devices.
Note: NCAA March Madness Live only allows you to watch up to 3 hours unless you authenticate with a cable provider.
As mentioned above, not all March Madness games will be broadcasted on CBS. If you want to watch the entire NCAA Tournament live, you will need paid streaming services like PlayStation Vue. Vue supports all four of the channels airing March Madness this year, meaning you can stream all 67 NCAA games online. Pricing at $29.99 per month, it's now is only available on PlayStation 4/3, iPads, etc. So if you are willing to pay for the most exciting college basketball champion, Sony's PlayStation Vue is a decent option.