Our move to Los Angeles has been a major adjustment as far as sports is concerned. The first place we lived at had a 50 inch television, but the other residents had absolutely no desire to watch ESPN. With no other way to get our daily fix, we turned to the internet.
In order to find the perfect website, we turned to the best source for such information; a college student. My cousin provided us with a great site called, firstrow.tv. The web page was exactly what we needed; all of the major sporting events were free, including ESPN.
Firstrow.tv helped us make it through our stay in Van Nuys. Our move to North Hollywood provided another challenge; we couldn’t get cable service for a week. Being the veterans that we were, firstrow.tv was the way to go.
Our service was scheduled to be installed on the following Thursday, but there was a major problem; On Monday, we learned that the government decided to crack down on sites which provided free television feeds. (It was a race against time!)
Luckily, the site remained working up until our installation. Amazingly, we discovered that the government shut down the site later in the afternoon; we couldn’t have scheduled the cable installation on a better day!
Homeland Securities Investigations seized the site. If you don’t believe me, click the link and see for yourself! (FIRSTROW.TV)
Sometimes, things just work out perfectly! The move to California has been a natural fit for us. If you are considering such a life changing relocation, don’t hesitate to throw caution to the wind and get in contact with the newest West Side Boys!
P.S. We’re supposed to have every channel but we don’t have BIO. I think Time Warner cable is about to receive a scathing letter from a dissatisfied customer!