TENNIS CHANNEL EVERYWHERE:
What is Tennis Channel Everywhere?
Tennis Channel Everywhere is a premiere live sports content App and desktop experience designed for iOS, Android and other devices, such as Apple TV, with internet access. It’s main features include 1) Live Streaming of Tennis Channel 2) Live Streaming of a new 24/7 subscription network called Tennis Channel Plus and 3) On-Demand viewing library featuring encores of full length matches as well as original programming.
What are the minimum connectivity requirements for Tennis Channel Everywhere?
Tennis Channel Everywhere works best with a broadband internet connection of 3.0 Mbps or higher.
How do I watch Tennis Channel Everywhere?
Tennis Channel Everywhere is available on these platforms: the Internet, iOS (iPad and iPhone), Android (smartphones and tablets), Amazon devices, Apple TV and Roku Players.
What are the minimum connectivity requirements for Tennis Channel Everywhere?
Tennis Channel Everywhere works on both mobile and WiFi, but is best with a broadband internet connection of 3.0 Mbps or higher.
Minimum Windows Requirements • Pentium 4 2.4GHz or higher or equivalent AMD processor with a minimum of 1GB of memory • One of the following operating systems: Windows 7, Windows XP SP2 or greater and Windows Vista • 32-bit Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 or later: http://www.microsoft.com/ie • 64-bit Microsoft Internet Explorer 8 or later • Firefox 3.6 or later: http://www.mozilla.com/firefox • Adobe Flash Player 11.0 or later: http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ • Chrome 12 or later • Video adapter and monitor: 1280×800 resolution or higher, hardware acceleration-capable graphics card
Minimum Mac Requirements • Intel Core Duo 1.5GHz with a minimum of 1GB memory • Mac OS X 10.5.6 or later • Firefox: http://www.mozilla.com/firefox • Adobe Flash Player 11.0 or later: http://www.adobe.com/products/flash/about/ • Chrome 12 or later • Video adapter and monitor: 1280×800 resolution or higher, hardware acceleration-capable graphics card
LIVE STREAMING OF TENNIS CHANNEL
Do I get Tennis Channel on this App?
Live streaming of Tennis Channel is free to Tennis Channel subscribers of participating TV Providers. Currently, AT&T U-verse, Cox, DirecTV, DISH, Verizon FiOS, American Broadband, Armstrong, Astound Broadband, Bardstown Cable, Blue Ridge Communications, Buckeye CableSystem, Burlington Telecom, CNS, Consolidated Communications, C SPIRE, CTC – Brainerd MN, Comporium, Conway Corporation, Delta Telephone, EATEL Video, LLC, EPB, Frankfort Plant Board, Franklin Telephone, Full Channel, Inc., GVTC, Hargray, Hawaiian Telecom, HBC, Home Telecom, Home Town Cable, Hood Canal Communications, Hotwire Communications, ImOn Communications, Innovative Cable TV St Croix, JEA, Kuhn, Laurel Highland Total Communications, Liberty Cablevision of Puerto Rico, LocalTel Communications, Lumos Networks, LUS Fiber, MCTV, Mi Connection, MTA Communications, LLC, NorthState, NuLink, NU – Telecom, OptiLink, Phonoscope Cable, RMA Broadband and Cable TV, RTC Communication Corp, SELCO, Sjoberg’s Inc., SkyBest TV, Surewest, TDS, Volcano Vision, Inc., Waitsfield Cable, Wave Broadband, Zito Media offer Tennis Channel Everywhere to subscribers. We continue to pursue partnerships with other TV providers to offer live streaming of Tennis Channel. If your TV provider is not listed, please let them know you want Tennis Channel Everywhere access ASAP.
How do I access live streaming of Tennis Channel?
On the internet, go to http://www.tennishanneleverywhere.com, select your TV provider, sign-in with your TV provider credentials, and you will have full access to live streaming of Tennis Channel, so long as you subscribe to Tennis Channel in your video package at home. On iOS, Apple TV and Android devices, launch the Tennis Channel Everywhere app (which is free to download in both the App Store and Google Play Store), select your TV provider, sign-in with your TV provider credentials, and you will have full access to live streaming of Tennis Channel.
How much does it cost to get live streaming of Tennis Channel?
There is no cost if you receive Tennis Channel as part of your TV provider’s video package that you currently subscribe to.
I don’t know my cable/satellite login information
Contact your TV service provider directly for your credentials.
TENNIS CHANNEL PLUS
How is Tennis Channel Plus Different?
Tennis Channel Plus is a subscription service for the ultimate tennis fan. By purchasing Tennis Channel Plus, you’ll get instant access to a new 24/7 network featuring over 650live professional tennis matches including up to 5 simultaneous live court play for the first 8 days from Roland Garros as well as live matches from the ATP, WTA, Davis, Fed and Hopman Cups throughout the year. In addition, Tennis Channel Plus subscribers get On-demand access to 1000’s of hours of tennis matches and original programming.
Is Tennis Channel Plus available anywhere else?
Tennis Channel Plus is only available through the Tennis Channel Everywhere App, Apple TV, Amazon and Roku Devices or desktop experience. Currently it cannot be purchased directly from your existing TV service provider.
If I subscribe to Tennis Channel Plus, will I be able to watch live streaming of Tennis Channel?
No. You would still need to subscribe to Tennis Channel in your video package of channels and then authenticate through your cable or satellite provider for live streaming of Tennis Channel.
What tournaments will I be able to watch Live on Tennis Channel Plus?
Tennis Channel Plus features top level live professional tennis tournaments from the Roland Garros, ATP, WTA, Davis, Fed, Hopman Cups and Australian Open Wildcards. We continue to add more programming on a regular basis. Existing Tennis Channel Plus live tennis tournaments include:
(Week of 1/2)
(Week of 1/9)
Australian Open Qualifiers
World Tennis Challenge (EXO)
(Week of 1/30)
Davis Cup 1st Rd
(Week of 2/6)
(Week of 2/13)
(Week of 2/20)
(Week of 2/27)
ATP Sao Paulo
(Week of March 6)
WTA Indian Wells
(Week of 4/3)
Davis Cup QF
(Week of 4/17)
Fed Cup Semis
Fed Cup WG Play-off: (if USA)
(Week of 5/22)
Roland Garros Qualifiers
(Week of 5/29 & 6/5))
Roland Garros (5 courts first 8 days)
(Week of 6/12)
Replays ATP s-Hertogenbosch
Replays ATP Stuttgart
(Week of 7/31)
ATP/WTA Washington DC (1st ball to last ball)
(Week of 8/12)
(Week of 9/11)
Davis Cup Semis
Davis Cup Playoff (if USA)
(Week of 9/18)
ATP St. Petersburg
(Week of 11/6)
Fed Cup Final (Nov 12-13)
(Week of 11/20)
Davis Cup Final (Nov 25-27)
(Week of 12/4)
Australian Open Asia Pacific Wildcard
(Week of 12/11)
Australian Open Australian Wildcard Playoff
Featured Video On Demand Tournament Coverage Includes:
2017 Australian Open: Semifinals and Finals
2017 Roland Garros: all rounds
2017 Wimbledon: Semifinals and Finals
Classic Matches from Australian Open, Roland Garros and Wimbledon
Over 1000 hours of On-demand content featuring encore matches of every live match aired on Tennis Channel Plus
*Schedule subject to change. New events may be added or removed from the schedule.
How can I purchase Tennis Channel Plus?
Tennis Channel Plus can be purchased through 1) In-app purchase using your iTunes account, 2) In-app purchase on Google Play or 3) At www.tennischanneleverywhere.com using Visa, Mastercard and American Express. 4) Apple TV 5) Roku Devices 6) Amazon Fire Devices
Will my credit card be charged automatically when my subscription expires?
All Annual and monthly passes will be automatically renewed until cancelled. To cancel your subscription please email: email@example.com.
Where can I access my Tennis Channel Plus subscription?
Tennis Channel Plus is available through the Tennis Channel Everywhere App which can be downloaded from the iTunes App Store or Google Play as well as Apple Tv and Roku devices. Tennis Channel Everywhere is also available on desktop devices with internet access.
How many devices can I use to watch Tennis Channel Plus?
You may access your Tennis Channel Plus subscription on up to 5 (five) devices but no more than one simultaneously.
Is Tennis Channel Plus available outside of the United States and its territories including Puerto Rico and Guam?