Cable ONE is proud to announce the launch of WatchESPN/Disney/ABC
Customers now have live access to ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNews, ESPNU, ESPN Deportes (Hispanic Tier), SEC Network (Expanded Basic or Digital Valu Pak Customers Only), the Longhorn Network (Texas & Oklahoma Customers Only), ABC Family, Disney, Disney Jr., Disney XD and ABC on computers, smartphones, tablets and TV connected devices.
What are the system requirements to run WatchESPN on the desktop?
We recommend the following for the best experience:
PC -Processor Speed: Single Core CPU @ 2.4GHz or Dual Core CPU -Memory: 512 MB of RAM (minimum of 256 MB) -Video Memory: 128 MB of Video RAM -Operating System: Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 -Recommended Browsers: Internet Explorer 8+, Mozilla Firefox 22+, Safari 5, Chrome 28+ -Flash Player: Adobe Flash Player 10.2 or above -Screen Resolution: 1024x768 or higher with 32-bit color -Recommended Connection Speed: 2 Mbps or greater
Mac -Processor Speed: 1.5 Ghz -Memory: 512 MB of RAM -Operating System: OS X 10.4+ -Recommended Browsers: Safari 5.0+, Mozilla Firefox 22+, Chrome 28+ -Flash Player: Adobe Flash Player 10.2 or above -Screen Resolution: 1024x768 or higher with 32-bit color -Recommended Connection Speed: 2 Mbps or greater
What are the compatible mobile and tablet devices?
WatchESPN is available for use on the following mobile devices: Apple iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad, iPad Mini (must have OS 4.0 or later) and Android Mobile and tablet devices, including the Kindle Fire (running version 2.3.3 and above).
On occasion, the content on my computer screen differs slightly from that on my TV screen, why is that?
In rare circumstances, ESPN does not have the same rights to show content on some devices as on TV. If that is the case, we may substitute a relevant image on the screen.
Why am I experiencing blurring of video and/or a loss in sound?
At times, viewers may witness a temporary loss in sound or blurring of video on WatchESPN.com. The blurring/muting is required to honor the digital rights ESPN has been granted for the content which - in rare cases - differs from those rights granted for traditional television usage. If this problem persists, please contact ESPN Customer Care at (888) 549-ESPN.
Why is my streaming quality poor or is always freezing?
If playback stalls, stops or plays slowly, try one or all of the following:
-Refresh your browser or close your browser and open it again -Avoid internet congestion by waiting several minutes before viewing the programming again -Close other computer applications that may be open at the same time -Contact ESPN Customer Care by calling (888) 549-ESPN
Why is my audio and video not in sync?
Make sure that you are not doing anything network intensive on the same connection, such as downloading or sharing large files, or playing online games. Next, try re-starting the video player to see if that resolves the issue. If the problem persists, contact ESPN Customer Care by calling (888) 549-ESPN.
When I launch WatchESPN, I see a black screen, nothing happens or there is no audio/video. What is wrong?
Video can take several seconds display or you may be running a content filter, antivirus application or proxy accelerator that is preventing the streaming of video content. Please turn off these services and try again.
Why am I seeing an error message displaying in a screen overlay on WatchESPN?
Error messages from Cable ONE may appear on WatchESPN. Messages appear when there is an issue with your video service subscription or account information.
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