I have long been a fan of Slacker Radio, and today they announced a new deal with ESPN that locks me in even more. Starting tonight with the BCS Championship Game between LSU and Alabama, Slacker will begin live streaming professional and collegiate sporting events on their ESPN channel.
Initially this will be done via their web channel, but mobile offerings are anticipated to become available in the future. Future live programming will be available to all Slacker Radio Plus and Slacker Premium Radio subscribers.
Slacker is at CES this week, and I'm sure we'll have some more things to show you from Slacker later in the week.
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