Rogers Anyplace TV to stream entire 2012 Blue Jays Season

 Anyplace TV

Rogers has announced Anyplace TV will stream the entire 162 game 2012 season for the Toronto Blue Jays via web browser, and also the Rogers Live app for your smartphone. Sorry iPad and Tablet owners, you are out of luck for the time being. Rogers promises something very soon! Now there is a small catch..

How it works:

  • Rogers wireless customers across the country will see every pitch when you subscribe to the Rogers Live Mobile app, available for smartphone devices through iTunes, Google Play and BlackBerry App World. The app’s subscription is $5/month for 5 hours of streaming and also offers additional TV programming. Data usage also applies while streaming.
  • Rogers Digital VIP TV customers in ON, NB, NFLD who subscribe to Sportsnet and Sportsnet ONE can see all the action on (Streaming on tablets coming later this month)
  • Visit for more information

Our experience using Anyplace TV was great and what a great start to the 2012 Season but to have the Blue Jays win making history in the 16th inning was even better!

One lucky fan also got some great seats right behind home plate and utilizing our Rogers Anyplace TV, we were able to rewind and confirm, the fan was indeed flipping the bird for the tv audience. (audio removed)


To access Rogers AnyplaceTV, you can visit via your computer, access the iTunes link here for your iPhone or iPod,  Google Play for your Android smartphone, or AppWorld for Blackberry users.

Now, Rogers has provided a method to install the 2012 Calendar for Gmail users, but we also found an .ics method for anyone using iOS and Mac that work right on the MLB website which you can download here.

The Toronto Blue Jays are 2-1 going into tonight’s home opener vs. the Boston Red Sox. Enjoy the game, and if you cannot make it to the sold out event, why not check it out via Rogers Anyplace TV! Gametime is 7:07pm EST.


Source: (Rogers Redboard)

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