ESPN is planning to make a new digital channel for its college basketball coverage that will feature the school’s online and on-campus games.
According to multiple sources with knowledge of the plan, ESPN will debut a new online sports channel called VillanovaOnline.
It will be a part of ESPN3, a standalone streaming service that will launch later this year.
The new ESPN online channel will be available on both mobile and desktop devices and will feature live streaming video, an interactive calendar, and other features.
The online channel, according to multiple ESPN sources, will be part of a multi-platform, multi-sport offering that will be unveiled soon.
The network’s existing online channel features college basketball content on ESPN3 and ESPN2.
It also features a lot of the same ESPN programming that ESPN2 has on the TV side, but on the mobile side, which is where the network is expanding.
According the sources, ESPN is not considering launching the Villanova Online channel with live video.
Instead, ESPN3 will be offering live video on both platforms.
The ESPN3 version will have the same programming that was in VillanovaLive, but with some additional content.
ESPN3 also will have a video archive of the team’s games from their past.
The network is also working on a new video package for ESPN3 that will include video highlights from some of the Villainess past games.
ESPN also is working on adding a new feature called VillageLive to the ESPN3 app that will allow fans to follow the Villains progress on the court.
ESPN is also trying to get the Villans TV coverage on ESPN4, which will be released sometime this year, but that plan is not clear yet.ESPN is also reportedly exploring a deal to bring Villanova to ESPN3 for the 2016-17 season, which would add an online presence for the Villavians games.