Peter Kafka at AllThingsD has a report today on what sort of March Madness coverage fans will be able to get streamed to their iPhones and iPads, in which he says that not all of the coverage will be free to view this year, with some of it being behind a paywall. According to Kafka, in order to watch some of the college basketball tournament痴 games on a mobile device, as well as on your PC or Mac, you値l have to pay a one-off $3.99 fee, which will enable you to watch the whole tournament. This will give you complete access, as well as interactive features. Any games broadcast by CBS will be available to view for free at the CBS website, but only on your PC or Mac, not on your iOS device. The games will be split between Turner and CBS, with Turner having a total of 41 games, so either way you won稚 have to pay for all of them. Click here to find out all about how to watch all the games live on your devices: March Madness 2012 - NCAA.com
Kafka adds that the move towards a paywall for some of the games represents what AllThingsD has perceived as a shift in approach from the big media companies away from free Web video and more towards pay-TV.
Source: More Free Web TV Goes Away: Some March Madness Games Go Behind Paywall - Peter Kafka - Media - AllThingsD