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The Biz, World Cup

Watching the World Cup the way you should

Posted: June 12, 2014 at 10:59 am   /   by   /   comments (0)

Most of the world can watch the World Cup for free. Not so much in the US. The tournament, which begins today, will largely air on cable; streaming matches online also requires a television subscription.

But all is not lost for American cord cutters, as long as they don’t insist on watching the games in English. Univision owns the Spanish-language broadcasting rights, and will stream all of the matches—until the quarterfinals—without requiring a pay-TV subscription. The network is also available for free over-the-air in most parts of the country, which would cover the later rounds.

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