The popular MLB Network can now be streamed to mobile devices, but only if you qualify.
The popular MLB Network can now be streamed to mobile devices, but only if you qualify.
Three nationally-televised Minor League Baseball games in June should hold special interest to St. Louis Cardinals fans.
15 St. Louis Cardinals spring training games will be shown on MLB Network – three live and 12 on a delayed basis.
A major part of the St. Louis Cardinals spring training television and radio plans have been disclosed, but there is a lot more ahead.
FOX Sports Midwest’s weekly off-season St. Louis Cardinals programs begin on Wednesday, November 26.
In 2014, St. Louis Cardinals broadcasts on FOX Sports Midwest scored the highest ratings in Major League Baseball.
Under certain conditions, all Major League Baseball post-season games can be watched for the first time via live streaming.
St. Louis Cardinals games on FOX Sports Midwest are the No. 1-rated programming in prime time with the second-highest ratings in Major League Baseball.
The St. Louis Cardinals New York-Penn League club to appear on television for the first time three times this coming season.
This week, two of the four St. Louis Cardinals games from New York overlap with Blues hockey, so alternate broadcast arrangements have been made.
An audio and photographic look into the new studio used for St. Louis Cardinals pre- and post-game shows on FOX Sports Midwest.
One schedule says the Cardinals-Nationals game on Saturday, March 8 will be on MLB.tv, but another does not.
With two St. Louis Cardinals games being played simultaneously on Friday, here is how to ensure you can watch both.
New network FOX Sports 1 will be carrying selected spring training games, including three this week. The St. Louis Cardinals will be featured on Wednesday, March 5
With the announcement of FOX’s schedule for 2014, 10 more St. Louis Cardinals can be watched by a national audience.
Newly-released report from The Nielsen Company indicates more St. Louisans watch, attend or listen to their Major League Baseball team’s games than in any other city.
2014 spring training television and radio plans from the St. Louis Cardinals and their opponents.
Major League Baseball Advanced Media is trumpeting MLB.TV being supported on 400 devices while their minor league offering is barely supported at all.
The St. Louis Cardinals will appear on ESPN twice during spring training and at least five times during the regular season through July.
Partial spring training television and radio plans from the St. Louis Cardinals and their opponents.
Schedules for Major League Baseball post-season games through Friday, October 4 have been announced.
On Tuesday, Major League Baseball announced the schedule for the 2013 Postseason, with coverage shared by TBS, MLB Network and FOX Network.
The St. Louis Cardinals are assured of appearing on FOX Network, ESPN and MLB Network just three times during September, though more games may be picked up later.
The St. Louis Cardinals will appear on FOX Network, ESPN and MLB Network 15 times during August.
The television home of the St. Louis Cardinals moved up to number two in MLB ratings in the first half of 2013 after finishing in third in 2012.
The St. Louis Cardinals will appear on FOX Network and ESPN twice during July and MLB Network three times.
A quick look at network and time changes for a handful of June games of the St. Louis Cardinals.
The Cardinals Spring Training Report premieres Monday, Feb. 25 at 9 p.m. CT on FOX Sports Midwest.
Double-A Springfield needs a new radio voice as one is added in Triple-A Memphis.
Spring training television and radio plans from the St. Louis Cardinals and opponents.
The first two televised St. Louis Cardinals spring training contests for 2013 have been announced by ESPN.
Bob Costas and Tom Verducci host a one-hour program to remember Stan “the Man” Musial.
FOX Sports Midwest is scheduled to re-air the tribute to Stan Musial, “Remembering Stan Musial” twice in the upcoming weeks.
FOX Network and ESPN schedules for 2013 involving the St. Louis Cardinals have been announced.
MLB is considering combining its pay television and internet offerings, but would such a move be good for consumers?
A very brief history lesson about Major League Baseball games and television – past, present and future!
A lawsuit was filed last month, alleging antitrust violations by Major League Baseball in the area of television blackouts.
Out-of-market St. Louis Cardinals fans will have four additional opportunities to see their club on television during June.
The title says it all. Two cases from this past weekend illustrate the problems of women in media roles.
Out-of-market St. Louis Cardinals fans have additional opportunities to see their club on television during May.
MLB Network’s spring slate of St. Louis Cardinals games includes one incremental telecast and seven alternate broadcasts.
If one is flexible, broadcasts of 23 of 28 St. Louis Cardinals spring training games in 2012 can be found.
Current plans for total television broadcasts of St. Louis Cardinals spring training games are down – from almost one-third of the games last year to just 25 percent in 2012.
Cincinnati Reds broadcaster Marty Brennaman’s remarks critical of the St. Louis Cardinals are receiving wide coverage.
It won’t bring back 20 missing St. Louis Cardinals broadcasts, but some unhappy customers are getting concessions from AT&T U-Verse.
Sharing a discovery of a neat new feature MLB has introduced into their online offerings.
The St. Louis Cardinals are playing two games at once on Thursday afternoon. One split-squad game is on radio. The other is on TV. Here’s how to find them.
29 of 33 St. Louis Cardinals spring games can be watched or listened to if one is willing to search a bit.
Almost one in every three 2011 St. Louis Cardinals spring training games may be available on television.
The St. Louis Cardinals’ local television contract has as many more years to run, seven, as the possible duration of Albert Pujols’ next contract.
St. Louis Cardinals baseball will be back on the airwaves starting March 1.
The first slate of national television broadcasts has been announced with 15 St. Louis Cardinals contests included.
How might the record deal for Texas Rangers television rights affect the St. Louis Cardinals?
A promising new way to watch MLB games over the internet has proven to be extremely disappointing.
In the most recent Nielsen research data, the St. Louis Cardinals games have taken over the highest local ratings in baseball.
Starting next season, FOX Sports Midwest will be televising all games that were on KSDK in recent years.
The Cardinal Nation Blog will again be highlighted on KSDK Channel 5, the Sunday home of the St. Louis Cardinals. This time, the focus is on David Freese’s six RBI on Thursday.
Rather than stop audio broadcasts of their games entirely, the Quad Cities River Bandits will live stream 2010 home games on the internet.
Former St. Louis Cardinals pitcher John Smoltz accepts three broadcasting jobs.
Offering up some links to interesting St. Louis Cardinals-related reading around the web.
Catch me talking St. Louis Cardinals spring training baseball news with Matt Perrault and Ken Miller on KXnO FOX Sports Radio 1460 in Des Moines today (Wednesday) at 5:45 p.m. Central.
Spring training television and radio plans for the 2010 St. Louis Cardinals.
In addition to a change in personnel, the St. Louis Cardinals Midwest League affiliate’s games will no longer be on radio.
FOX Sports will carry eight St. Louis Cardinals Saturday afternoon games during the 2010 season.
Preliminary spring training television and radio plans for the 2010 St. Louis Cardinals.
Brian Walton joins Friday “Sportsnight” on St. Louis’ KTRS 550 at 8:05 p.m. Central.
Brian Walton joins minorleagueball.com’s John Sickels and host Jeff Erickson of Rotowire.com on Fantasy Focus on Blog Talk Radio Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. Eastern time.
Brian Walton joins FantasyPros911.com’s Lenny Melnick and Paul Greco on their weekly Talking Baseball Live show on Blog Talk Radio Wednesday at 8:15 p.m. Eastern time.
Catch Brian Walton talking Cardinals baseball with Matt Perrault and Ken Miller on KXnO FOX Sports Radio 1460 in Des Moines today (Friday) at 6:05 p.m. Central.
The Cardinal Nation blog has again been highlighted on KSDK Channel 5, the Sunday home of the St. Louis Cardinals. This time, the focus was on three 15-game winners – if Joel Pineiro can squeeze out one more…
The Cardinal Nation blog has again been highlighted on KSDK Channel 5, the Sunday home of the St. Louis Cardinals. This time, the focus was on Chris Carpenter’s strikeout to walk ratio.
The Cardinal Nation blog again highlighted on KSDK Channel 5, the Sunday home of the St. Louis Cardinals
A successful Chicago pilot delivering local sports online is being expanded to three more cities
The television ratings from Tuesday’s night’s MLB All-Star Game are open to wide interpretation.
This blog will be a part of a Albert Pujols segment on Channel 5 this Sunday.
Major League Baseball Advanced Media received a patent for technology that protects their blackout rules.
An update on audio and video-related St. Louis Cardinals broadcast news for spring training 2009.
Some fans are worried that MLB Commissioner Bud Selig will try to re-write the record books due to the steroids scandals. Realistically, they have little reason for concern.
Another update on television-related St. Louis Cardinals news for spring training and the regular season.
An update on television and radio-related St. Louis Cardinals news for spring training and the regular season.
An update on television-related St. Louis Cardinals news for spring training and the regular season.
Taking a look at television-related St. Louis Cardinals news