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Girevik
03-24-2011, 07:13 PM
For the life of me I can't remember the name of the service you need to subscribe to in order to get the Reds broadcasts online. Can anyone help me out?

George Foster
03-24-2011, 10:33 PM
it is owned by MLB...therefore you have to purchase the radio package through MLB.com last year it was like $15 bucks for all MLB games home and away. What is good about this is if you missed a game, you can go back and here all of the game or skip to the last innings and skip commercials. If you get on line at 700wlw during the game they are airing a taped show...not the game. Again the game is owned by MLB. If you have a XM you can get in online...but only the home announcers. So if the reds are in St. louis, you would hear their announcers.

Girevik
03-25-2011, 09:18 PM
it is owned by MLB...therefore you have to purchase the radio package through MLB.com last year it was like $15 bucks for all MLB games home and away. What is good about this is if you missed a game, you can go back and here all of the game or skip to the last innings and skip commercials. If you get on line at 700wlw during the game they are airing a taped show...not the game. Again the game is owned by MLB. If you have a XM you can get in online...but only the home announcers. So if the reds are in St. louis, you would hear their announcers.

Yeah, I know all of that, I just couldn't remember the name of the product to search for to buy it. I eventually foud it....Game Day Audio. I had it once several years ago and and thinking of buying it again so I can listen to day games at work.