YouCastr makes it easy for schools to broadcast online, and provides a way for family and friends to stay connected even if they cannot attend games.
Boston, Mass. (PRWEB) December 9, 2008
YouCastr, the Live Interactive Sports Network, announces programs to focus on high school sports broadcasting and college sports broadcasting. Since the launch of YouCastr earlier this year, hundreds of high schools and colleges have broadcast games with YouCastr and more schools are signing-up every week. "Schools that use our service have found that it creates a great opportunity for all students to get involved," Ariel Diaz, YouCastr CEO said. "YouCastr makes it easy for schools to broadcast online, and provides a way for family and friends to stay connected even if they cannot attend games."
John Hay High School, Cosby High School, Patrick Henry High School, Midpark High School, Nebraska Wesleyan University, Trevecca Nazarene University, and Eastern Michigan University are just a few of the high schools and colleges whose games will be broadcast live on the YouCastr network in the upcoming days.
To support all the people signing-up to broadcast high school sports and college sports, YouCastr has implemented College and High School Rep programs, added tens-of-thousands of college and high school teams to the site, and have made it simple for students, parents or alumni to broadcast live sports over the web. No prior knowledge of broadcasting is needed - all you need is a computer, an Internet connection, and a microphone.
YouCastr, the live interactive sports network, is revolutionizing sports broadcasting by making it simple to broadcast high school sports and college sports on a live, interactive, global sports network. YouCastr allows anyone, anywhere to broadcast sporting events and interact with other sports fans, quickly and easily--it takes only a minute or two to create an account and begin broadcasting. For more information or to try YouCastr, visit http://www.youcastr.com.