We're posting a few answers to commonly asked questions on ESPN3.  This information will permanently live on the FPB Broadband page  as well.

ESPN has a family of networks. ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPNU, ESPN Classic & ESPN 3 all have their own content and individual programming.

When customers go to, the only content they have access to is ESPN3 content. ESPN 3 has both live events and “taped delayed” content. 

To have access to ESPN 3, customers must be using their FPB Broadband connection.

ESPN 3 can be viewed through a remote customer account, but in order to access the site remotely, customers must use a computer. The ESPN 3 content is not available on smart phones, tablets, or mobile devices.  

 Watch ESPN is a live simulcast of the linear ESPN network. While FPB has made every effort, and put all infrastructure in place to provide the service, FPB Cable customers do not currently have access to Watch ESPN content due to the current NCTC contract agreement. NCTC is currently in negotiations with ESPN and hopes to be able to offer WatchESPN in the future.

FPB currently offers a variety of programming choices via Watch TV Everywhere. NBC Sports Live Extra, History, A&E, Golf Live Extra, Lifetime, BTN2GO (Big 10 Network), FOX News among others are available to all FPB Cable customers FREE OF CHARGE and can be viewed on any mobile device.