Men's Basketball
Basketball All Access Packages Announced
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Nov. 5, 2013

CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE SEASON PASSPORT

Siena fans can watch live video streams of home men's and women's basketball games again this season by purchasing season and individual game passports at SienaAllAccess.com Coverage tips Friday night when the men and women host UAlbany in the Saints' season-opening doubleheader.

In addition to the video subscription service, Siena Basketball All Access includes: complementary audio streams and live mobile stats for home games, free audio of road contests and weekly coaches' shows, and free video streams of media lunches. Home games telecast on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel will be simulcast on Siena All-Access, and non-televised men's basketball games will be streamed using the in-arena video feed with the audio commentary from the radio broadcast.

Men's and women's season packages offer a tremendous savings off the per game rate of $7.95. The men's package features 12 homes contests from Times Union Center (all but the Niagara and Manhattan games which will be streamed on ESPN3), and is available for $74.95 (a savings of over $30 off the individual game price). The women's package offers video of 13 of the 14 home games (all but Manhattan, also on ESPN3) for just $59.95, nearly 50 percent off the per-game price.

The Siena Basketball Coaches' show, which is broadcast locally in the Capital Region on WVCR 88.3 FM "The Saint," airs Thursday nights throughout the season from 6-7 p.m. Media lunches air at 12 p.m. during the season. T listen to the first media lunch, and for a full schedule, CLICK HERE

In addition to accessing Siena All Access online, fans can catch all the same great content through their iOS devices (such as the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch), in addition to any devices that support Adobe Flash 10.1 or greater (primarily Android devices). Please check with your device manufacturer or cellular service provider for more information.

 

 

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