OWS started out this season just carrying Giants home games. Typically they will carry the game live early in the morning and run a replay of it later in the day. They have recently started carrying some Pacific League games as well.
The problem with OWS is that it is not carried by very many providers. There's only four and I think only one of them (Dish Network) is nationwide. However, at some point recently, they started offering a streaming feed on the internet. There's something that says you need to register for a preview of the channel for a trial period but I've been able to watch without registering. I did have to download a plugin to get the streaming to work. The video player does not "pop out" of the browser (like the Justin.tv feeds do)
It looks like what they are doing is taking the video feed (with game audio) from one of the Japanese networks and adding the English play by play. I've only watched today's Giants/Baystars game so I don't know if every game is like this or not (although I do get some sense that it is from their YouTube channel). I assume the broadcaster is in the ballpark but I don't know that for sure. It strikes me that the broadcaster doesn't know the players particularly well (he called Nori Nakamura "Nakamoto") but I may have just caught him on a bad day. He did keep referring to the team in Sapporo as "the Ham Fighters" as in "the Ham Fighters of Nippon" rather than "the Fighters of Nippon Ham" which is a pet peeve of mine.
Still something is better than nothing. I've been told by friends and neighbors that there are English language broadcasts of Japanese games that have been showing up on Comcast sports channels in Maryland (I have Direct TV and have no access to these channels). I have wondered if those broadcasts have been syndicated from OWS.
What I'd really like to see is OWS set up a mobile app to allow streaming and sell subscriptions. For me personally that would be much more convenient than the current set up.