Watch live Connecticut sports and news on the HAN Network app
The HAN Network live broadcasts of Connecticut news, sports, arts and more can be seen wherever you go with the new HAN Network mobile app for iPhones and Androids.
No one has more live streaming video of Connecticut news and sports than HAN and you can watch it all for free on your Apple iOS and Android devices. This winter, we'll be bringing you three to five Connecticut high school sports contests a week, along with our daily in-studio newscasts, talk shows and more.
If you miss the live broadcasts of any of our games or shows, you can always watch them on-demand on the app for free: Including Coffee Break, our daily local news headline show; Nutmeg Sports, our daily Connecticut sports show; and weekly shows such as Yankee Fisherman on fishing and conservation in the Northeast; CT Pulse on Connecticut politics; HAN Arts & Leisure on local entertainment and movie reviews; the Drive with Denise, our lifestyle program; and much more.
? Download the HAN Network app for Apple iOS devices
? Download the HAN Network app for Android devices
? Follow HAN on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook & Snapchat
Of course, HAN Network is your only home for live FCIAC sports. Our Connecticut winter sports season features ice hockey, basketball, wrestling, indoor track, cheerleading and more. We've interviewed more than 100 sets of FCIAC winter sports captains on the Winter FCIAC Tour, which you can watch here.
Live on HAN this December!
? New Canaan vs. Notre Dame-West Haven boys hockey
? Darien vs. Hamden boys hockey
? Fairfield Warde at Ridgefield girls basketball
? Greenwich at Stamford-Westhill-Staples girls hockey
? Darien vs. New Canaan boys hockey
? Norwalk Boys Basketball Holiday Tournament (featuring Norwalk and McMahon)
HAN Network programming can also be seen at HAN.Network, on affiliate websites including FCIAC.net, and most of our live games are simulcast on Frontier Communications’ Vantage Sports Network (Channels 600 and 1600-HD). It’s also easy to watch HAN Network broadcasts on your smart televisions or with Apple TV, Roku (search for Hersam Acorn on Roku’s YouTube channel) and Google’s Chromecast.
The HAN Network is the exclusive FCIAC broadcast partner through the spring of 2018.