Any thoughts on the new streaming service? I have only watched Yale at Brown and found little difference from the Ivy League Digital Network. There seems to be more commercials. Announcer was the same guy. Video feed was excellent quality with no lag, just some unfocused shots while panning the main camera. At $4.99 a month I find it to be a decent deal and will enjoy watching the entire leagues games.
Assuming the replay pack of the Union game was taken from the ESPN+ feed, I noticed the FPS was up quite a bit (i.e. higher than TV's traditional 30), but too many close-ups when not on replay; would have been nice to see the wide shot so you can see the entire play developing; plenty of back door goals that night.
The commercials is from a league mandate of 3 breaks per period, I assume because of ESPN+'s needs. RPI also has to observe them even though YouTube is RPI-TV's home.
It seems like the same exact coverage as the old Ivy Network. The quality is decent, the price is a little better, and there is more content outside of ECAC hockey, so it's a very good deal for $5 a month
No pregame. No postgame. No introductions. Just puck drop to final whistle.
And they have managed to upgafuk every CCT women's broadcast.
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