With the NBA resuming the second-half of its season, NBA Digital and InDemand are giving video subscribers a second free preview of the league's out-of-market package.
NBA League Pass is now available through March 4 as a freeview. The league's out-of-market package, which offers up to 40 of the pro basketball league's games per week, now carries an $89 suggested retail price for the second-half of the 2011-12 regular season, which concludes on April 25.
For the first time, NBA League Pass is available to purchasers' through linear, broadband and mobile devices for one price. Last season, the mobile package was an additional $39 on top of the full-year $189 NBA League Pass package. Given that the lockout lopped off 16 games from each team's schedule, this year's full-season package retailed for $169.
In addition to the live games, the package also includes same-day replays of contests; dual-feed telecasts featuring the visiting team and home team's announcers; a mosaic page that offers feeds of several games on one screen; and a stats channel.
Among the cable operators offering NBA League Pass distributed by In Demand this year are: Comcast, Time Warner Cable, Cablevision, Cox, Bright House Networks, plus a number of independent affiliates around the country. Verizon FiOS also offers the package.
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