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'March Madness on Demand' is in demand
After the wild and wacky first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament, "March Madness on Demand" is on record pace, delivering more than 8.7 million hours of live streaming video and attracting more than 6 million unique visitors.
The most-watched hours both Thursday and Friday were from 2 to 2:59 p.m. Eastern Time, with the most-watched game being the double-overtime Florida-BYU tilt.
This ends our blogging day, because I have other duties this Tuesday. That means a welcome break for readers from endless Cornell-related posts.
But first, here's a story about the Giants' Kevin Boothe gloating about the Big Red's success, what with him being the only guy on the team whose alma mater still is alive in the tournament.
Tags: NCAA Tournament