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ESPN launches live streaming Android application to limited cable subscribers

"ESPN may have the 'droid app you're looking for — but only if you're a customer of Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks and Verizon FiOS TV.

The sports programmer is making four live network feeds available through a free app for Google's Android operating system to subscribers of TWC, Bright House and FiOS TV.

The networks, ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3.com, are available to subs of those three providers who receive ESPN's linear networks as part of their video subscription."

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