Charlotte, NC – For the 10th consecutive year, NJCAA TV (www.njcaatv.com) – the official digital video network of the NJCAA – is set to broadcast national championship tournaments throughout the 20119 season.
Through the NJCAA's strategic partnership with BlueFrame Technologies, NJCAA TV launched a paid subscription service for all live championship coverage in the fall of 2017.
A variety of subscription options are available to fans, starting with a single event/broadcast pass.
|2018-19 NJCAA TV Subscription Plans|
|Single Broadcast Pass:||$4.99|
|*Championship Season Pass||$14.99|
|Full Year (2018-19)||$39.99|
*Championship Season Pass provides access to all championship broadcasts from Fall, Winter or Spring.
Winter championship events covered by NJCAA TV include Division I, II, and III men's and women's basketball. All NJCAA TV championship broadcasts will be available online at www.njcaatv.com as well as through NJCAA TV dedicated streaming apps on Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku. Fans can also download the new NJCAA TV mobile apps for iPhone and Android devices to catch all of their NJCAA championship action on the go.
Fans will have the ability to engage with NJCAA TV on social media. Top plays and highlights from all championships will be posted in near real-time on Twitter @NJCAATV and Facebook. Highlights from the 2017 NJCAA Spring Championships drew over 6.0 million impressions on Twitter.
Coverage of the DIII men's and women's national tournament will begin Thursday, March 14. Both DI men's and women's tournaments open up action on Monday, March 18 while the DII men's and women's tournaments tip-off on Tuesday, March 19.
How can I watch NJCAA TV?
NJCAA TV is available on both your desktop and mobile/tablet devices, as well as through NJCAA TV specific over-the-top (OTT) streaming platforms, including Roku, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Apple TV. In addition, the NJCAA TV app is available for iOS in the App Store and Android on Google Play. Mobile devices including iPhone, iPad, and Android will work with the default web browser. Devices should be kept up to date and connected to a reliable data connection for optimal playback. Apple users and owners of an AppleTV device can simply 'throw' the webcast from their iPhone or iPad using the AirPlay feature. See How to Use Airplay. Computer users can output their display directly to an HDMI signal if supported, otherwise a converter may be required. These options may require advance setup and we suggest using an 'On Demand' archive to test prior to watching a live event.