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Due to a lack of available bandwidth at their home facilities, the following partners will produce reduced quality live streams on a regular basis. Please be aware that broadcasts from these facilities may experience picture freezing or drop out if the limited bandwidth is further compromised in any way:
Additionally, the following partners who film their home and (some or all) road games may produce reduced quality live streams when broadcasting from opponents' facilities if the available bandwidth is not sufficient:
John Carroll University
San Jose State University
Slippery Rock University
University of Alabama
University of Kentucky
All games will be recorded at full resolution and will be posted on-demand ASAP after each game's conclusion. If there are any significant variations from these established limitations - including live broadcast cancellation and/or Video-On-Demand Only recordings - we will post separate notices ASAP each week. Thank you for your understanding and for your continued enjoyment of Black Dog Hockey broadcasts!
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Our main video player for live streams is an HLS-based Clappr Player which is compatible with most devices and most major web browsers, including Google Chrome, Edge, Firefox and Safari. We recommend using Google Chrome on PC's, Mac's and iOS devices for the greatest viewing experience.
Android devices (including smartphones, tablets and smart TV's) may not be supported. If your device does not support our main video player, you can try our "alternate" JW Player by using the “alternate player” link located below the video player on the “universal player” page. Unfortunately, live digital video recorder (DVR) capabilities are not available on this video player.
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