Major League Soccer has national TV broadcast relationships with ESPN, FOX and Univision, as well as TSN and TVA in Canada.
FC Cincinnati’s non-nationally televised games are broadcast in high definition (HD) on WSTR Star64 in the Greater Cincinnati.
The partnership between FCC and Star64 is now in its fifth year and not only includes WSTR’s agreement to carry all of FC Cincinnati’s games that are not nationally televised, but also extends the show into a two-and-a-half hour window to accommodate a 30-minute postgame show during each telecast. Each production is slated to feature angles from at least 10 cameras every show, including goal cameras
All matches carried on Star64, as well as the postgame show, will be streamed in the Tri-State area live on FloFC. Subscriptions to the service are available at flosports.tv.
Fans outside the Tri-State area can stream all non-nationally televised games through ESPN+. The Tri-State area will be blacked out on ESPN+.
To determine which streaming service you are eligible for click here.
Nationally televised games are streamed on the network’s own streaming platform. Games televised nationally on the ESPN family of networks (ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNNews, ESPNU, etc.) can be found on WatchESPN, Games televised nationally on the FOX family of networks (FOX, FS1, FS2, FX, FXX, etc.) can be found on Fox Sports Go. Authenticated ESPN and FOX subscribers can log in to watch anywhere in the U.S. via participating distributors.
Games televised nationally on the Univision family of networks are also streamed live on Twitter.
WDJO’s live audio stream of the game can also be accessed at TuneIn by searching WDJO, as well as at fccincinnati.com
Alex Stec, Sideline Reporter at away matches: Alex Stec joined the FC Cincinnati organization in 2018 as the club's Social Media Manager. Now the club's Director of Digital Content, Stec is directly involved in planning and executing content across FCCincinnati.com and all of the club's social media channels. In the club's inaugural MLS season in 2019, Stec hosted FC Cincinnati's Pre-Match Meeting live show prior to away matches. She will be making her FC Cincinnati sideline reporting debut in the 2020 season. Formerly the Brand Journalist for Columbus Crew SC from 2015-18, she served as sideline reporter for select Columbus Crew SC matches on Spectrum SportsNet from 2016-18. A versatile talent, Stec has also served as in-stadium host and PA announcer for various USWNT matches. A native of Medina, Ohio, Stec played soccer at Ohio University from 2010-14.
David Ashbrock, Producer: Award-winning producer David Ashbrock returns for his fifth season leading FC Cincinnati’s broadcast production. Ashbrock is an independent television producer, director, editor, animator and project manager who regularly works for FOX and ESPN. He is the coordinating producer and director for the Cincinnati Bengals Television Network and is the lead consultant-designer for studio and edit facilities at Pro Football Focus. His sports experience includes both producing and directing basketball, tennis, indoor and outdoor soccer, volleyball, college and professional football, bowling, golf, hockey and horse racing. Ashbrock was the executive producer and director of University of Cincinnati Basketball and football from 1983-2007. In his 40 years in Cincinnati television, Ashbrock has won 39 Regional Emmy Awards and three Telly Awards for his work.