Birmingham, AL (PRWEB) December 5, 2007
Visitors to al.com will be able to watch live video streaming of the Alabama Super Six championship games held at Legion Field starting at 3pm on Thursday. After the games, visitors to al.com can watch video highlights and an archive of all six playoff games. All coverage will be available for free and only on al.com/highschool.
"This will be the first time that the Super Six has been streamed online. This is a huge event and al.com is proud to be a part of it," said CEO/President, Cindy Martin.
Visitors to al.com will find the most comprehensive Alabama high school sports news and coverage in the state on http://www.al.com/highschool , provided by The Birmingham News, The Huntsville Times and Mobile's Press-Register. They will also find full season recaps, rosters, standings and stats as well as individual player bios. Visitors will also have the ability to interact on the site by posting photos on team and player pages and by joining ongoing discussions in the high school forums.
The Alabama High School Athletic Association has endorsed al.com and its affiliated newspapers as the official source for high school sports statistics. al.com offers every team at every high school in Alabama the ability to easily publish team stats online. Coaches and team statisticians can easily publish their team stats directly to the site. Stats can then be utilized by its affiliated newspapers for publication. To date, more than 6,500 student athletes are listed in the online database.
al.com (http://www.al.com), based in Birmingham, Alabama, is an affiliate of Advance Internet, Inc., a leading creator of highly interactive, online community-based news and information Web sites created in alliance with over 36 newspapers owned and operated by Advance Publications Inc., and its subsidiaries, including The Birmingham News, The Huntsville Times and Mobile's Press-Register. In addition to al.com, Advance Internet, Inc. develops and manages nine other local Web sites including cleveland.com; MassLive.com; MLive.com; NJ.com; NOLA.com; OregonLive.com; PennLive.com; SILive.com; syracuse.com and two specialty Web sites, gulflive.com and MardiGras.com.