Ivy League Digital Network now available on Apple TV, Roku

The Ivy League announced on August 24 availability on Apple TV and Roku for its coverage of conference athletics.

ILDN is a nine-channel network, and in-home television viewing of ILDN is now possible for the first time as a result of the new Apple TV and Roku availability.

In-game television viewing of live events on ILDN began last month.

ILDN was launched in 2013 as the league’s first-ever digital sports network, created by the league in partnership with NeuLion as a nine-channel video platform. It consists of eight channels for each individual school and one conference-wide channel which features all available Ancient Eight digital content across more than 30 sports.

In addition to the new in-game television viewing availability, the Ivy League continues its partnership with ESPN to simulcast select ILDN broadcasts on ESPN3 and the ESPN app.

4 thoughts on “Ivy League Digital Network now available on Apple TV, Roku”

  1. I used the Ivy league network last year (2018)using ROKU and it worked. I cannot get to the sign up page. I get a message “Ivy league requires an active internet connection. Please check your connection and try again” There is nothing wrong with the connection and I can get Netflix, Amazon Prime.
    I have been having this problem for several days


Leave a Comment