Lots of skating on TV this year, in tiny little bits and pieces. NBC cut the 2-hour time slot down to 1.5 hours. Since they usually wasted our time recapping other sports scores during the FS broadcasts, I guess it's the same amount of time. If they do the recaps during the shorter time slot, I will complain this year!
Moving Right Along...
Heather W's FS TV Schedule is up to date: http://heatherw.com/mk/sch.htm
Heather is such a blessing for keeping that page up to date for so many years. I'd miss half of the skating if it weren't for her schedule.
IceNetwork is pricey this season - $49.99
There is a $25 discount to USFSA members; you should have received a personal email with the unique secret code. (Mine was sent yesterday) If you didn't receive the email, check your spam folders. If all else fails, contact Member Services at 719-635-5200 to request a code.
Universal Sports is streaming some events online: http://universalsports.com/figure-skating
If your cable/satellite package doesn't include Universal Sports, consider Sling TV. You can stream US as part of their sports add-on for $5/month. (I think you have to buy the basic $20/mth subscription to get the add-on, so it's $25/month.) I can't find anything that says US is offering standalone subscriptions for this season.
There are bloggers on the spot at most elite events - check Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Making a big push is the Periscope app, which lets anyone broadcast live to their followers. (All done via apps)