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The complete package for Bear fans with video, audio and more.
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• Live webcasts of select Cal games
• Live press conferences direct from Berkeley
• Live game audio of Cal football radio broadcasts
• Live game audio of Cal basketball, baseball and softball radio
• Extensive features and interviews with Cal student-athletes
• Cal football and basketball coaches' TV shows
• Complete access to Cal Athletics Department video archives
• Integrated GameTracker for live stats with audio/video
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Bear fans can view official webcasts including select games, press conferences, video features, interviews, coaches' shows and archived footage in addition to listening to live game audio in one package with a Cal All-Access membership.
Your purchase helps support Cal Athletics. Cal All-Access memberships are available monthly for $7.95 or annually for just $59.95.
Extensive Cal Athletics Department video archives include every football game dating back to the 2003 season. Due to contractual agreements with the networks, TV games cannot be webcast live, but they are available on a delayed basis and only from Cal All-Access.
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What are the system requirements to use All-Access?
CBS College Sports lists many solutions to typical setups: View system requirements.
I need help with signing in, my password, billing questions, etc...
CSTV offers comprehensive online assistance: All-Access Account Assistance Center.
I need to cancel my All-Access account.
Please use the online cancellation form to close your All-Access account.
What happened to the Golden Bear Sports Network?
With Cal's move to the CSTV Network, the Golden Bear Sports Network transitoned into a site named "Cal All-Access".