No TV, but live video stream available

IF YOU CAN'T get to Reser Stadium on Sept. 3 for the Beavs' tilt with Sacramento State, and you're dismayed the game won't be on TV, there's still a way for you to see it live. Oregon State announced that the Beavers' football season opener will have available a video stream through Beaver Nation Online (BNO) for a price.

A monthly subscription to BNO is $9.95. BNO subscribers, via osubeavers.com, for the first time will have the opportunity to watch the game live, (a live audio stream is always available).

OSU will be using the "Dam Cam" video board production crew with the radio team of Mike Parker, Jim Wilson, Ron Callan and Steve Preece calling the action.

The school said it's unlikely OSU will be able to video stream any of the remaining football games. The OSU-Sac State video broadcast will begin at 12:30 p.m., while the audio stream begins at 11 a.m. with the Beaver Sports Radio Network pregame show (860 AM KPAM's pregame show begins at 9 a.m.)

To subscribe (monthly or yearly) to BNO head here -- http://www.osubeavers.com/allaccess/. BNO subscribers receive access to all audio streams of Beaver football, men's and women's basketball and baseball games. In addition, BNO subscribers receive live access to the Mike Riley Press Conference every Tuesday at 9:45 a.m. PDT, archived postgame press conferences and games, Beavers All Access, Beavers Sports Talk, live video of home Beaver baseball games and several men's basketball games. Free audio/video is available for women's basketball, volleyball, gymnastics and wrestling events.

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