"The addition of ESPNU to Comcast’s Digital Preferred customers gives fans access to some of the best college sports programming, including action from the BIG EAST, America East, and Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference (MAAC), featuring Boston University, University of New Hampshire, and University of Vermont games, the two entities said in a press release.
For its high-speed Internet customers, Comcast said it will also launch ESPN360.com, which is described as "ESPN's 24/7 broadband sports network, which offers more than 3,500 live, global sports events annually and is available at no cost to fans who receive their high-speed Internet service from Comcast."
Separately, Comcast said: "Sports fans and families interested in the 2009 Babe Ruth Softball 16U World Series taking place this week in Concord (N.H.) will be able to watch all 30 games live from anywhere in the world, thanks to a live, streaming 'Babe Ruth TV' webcast made possible by Comcast’s donation of super-fast Business Class Internet Service at Memorial Field’s Doane Diamond ballpark. The 50 Mbps fiber-optic connection represents the fastest broadband service available to businesses and consumers in New Hampshire."
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