MSG Varsity transitioned from a linear network to a 24/7 digital sports network in 2013—and it didn’t lose any of the bells and whistles in the process. It still provides live and on-demand coverage of high school sports and events in the NY, NJ, CT tri-state area. The Cablevision exclusive site migrated to a responsive site, allowing viewers to access the full experience on any device. New additions include the launch on in-game highlights—the same type of feature you’d expect to see while watching a MLB or NBA game. You may have even caught some of’s work last March, with a 60-foot buzzer-beater by a New Rochelle player making ESPN’s “SportsCenter,” ABC’s “Good Morning America” and several other national telecasts.

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YES’s Blue Jays-Yankees telecast Feb 28 marked its second-most-viewed spring training telecast ever at 200,000 viewers, according to Nielsen. It is surpassed only by its March 2018 Mets-Yankees telecast with 242,000 total viewers.

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