Over the air? Not anymore. D.C. United turns to subscription-based streaming for game broadcasts.

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D.C. United fans will pay to watch most of the Major League Soccer team’s games this upcoming season, in person or via any other medium. For its games not broadcast on national TV, D.C. United has struck a multiyear deal with Austin, Texas-based FloSports to have them shown exclusively via FloFC.com, a premium subscription service dedicated to soccer content and coverage. No more WJLA 24/7 News. "D.C. United are committed to providing fans with an innovative and high-quality viewing experience...

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