any way to watch the parade for out-of-towners?

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    any way to watch the parade for out-of-towners?

    I didn't see a listing on NESN (but rather just paid programming tomorrow morning).  Is a local channel "streaming" it online?  Thanks in advance for any help.
     
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    I didn't see a listing on NESN (but rather just paid programming tomorrow morning).  Is a local channel "streaming" it online?  Thanks in advance for any help.
    Posted by Beorach


    NESN starts covrage at 10 am eastern time

    Comcast Sports New England starts coverage at 9 am eastern
     
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    Re: any way to watch the parade?

     local channel 5 boston coverage starts at 5am
     
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    Re: any way to watch the parade for out-of-towners?

    Awesome.  Thanks again for the 411.
     
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    Awesome.  Thanks again for the 411.
    Posted by Beorach


    yes we got football,baseball ans basketball to
     
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    Re: any way to watch the parade for out-of-towners?

    I was wondering the same thing.  And I don't get NESN in Colorado.  I am hoping the NHL Network will pick it up.  Doubt ESPN will touch anything hockey...
     
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    Re: any way to watch the parade for out-of-towners?

    Also, most of the local network affiliates may stream as well.  Channel 7 (whdh.com) had pretty extensive coverage of the Stanley Cup Finals and they air a live stream of all of their news casts.  I'd actually be surprised if a stream wasn't offered.
     
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    Re: any way to watch the parade for out-of-towners?

    Looks like CBSBoston will stream it live:


    Bottom of the page it says:

    CBSBoston.com will carry the Bruins Stanley Cup Championship Parade live.
     
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    Re: any way to watch the parade for out-of-towners?

    Directv has both NESN and CSNNE on their super premium list of stations. It is somewhat expensive, but I get NESN and CSNNE year around. You have to pay extra to get actual games, but I will get the parade. You might be able to rush the installation for the satellite
     
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    Re: any way to watch the parade for out-of-towners?

    BDC says they will be streaming it too:

    If you're unable to make it to the parade, our coverage will include live streaming video of the parade, plus we'll have photo galleries, blog posts and videos posted throughout the day.
     
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