Along with John Legere’s sass, T-Mobile customers get a lot of freebies through the carrier’s Tuesdays app. One of the most significant of those is the yearly subscription to MLB.TV, and that offer is back again for 2019. You’ll be able to take advantage of it on March 26.
T-Mobile says it has re-upped its partnership with MLB for four more years, meaning you can expect perks for just as long.
T-Mobile offers customers a free year of MLB.TV again, available on March 26 was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
If you follow baseball with even a passing interest, you know that nearly everyone’s got a way to “fix” the national pastime. Pitch clocks, moving the mound —there are a million ideas for how to curb waning interest in the sport. Robo umpires have long been on the list, as well, but given the sort of pushback things like instant replay have traditionally received among fanbase, that’s always seemed like a bit of a bit of a technological pipe dream.
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Last month, Spotify announced that it had paid $340 million for Gimlet and Anchor in a push to make its mark on podcasting. But while it’s encouraging to see media giants throw weight and money behind the medium, the beauty of the format has always been its accessibility.
It’s the rare form of entertainment that’s nearly as easy to create as it is to consume. And now, thanks to the proliferation of devoted hardware and software solutions, it’s never been easier. Podcast studios run the range from NPR to Skype chat and every variation in-between, with recording rigs every bit as diverse as the shows themselves.
After receiving some [...]