ACHA fans are rabid in their consumption of live video streaming
Brookline, MA (Vocus) February 25, 2010
FASTHockey, the premier provider of new media services to amateur ice hockey national governing bodies, leagues, teams, tournaments, and special events across North America today announced it will produce the 2010 ACHA Men’s Division I, Division II, and Division III National Championships. All games will be streamed live and available on-demand shortly after game time on the FASTHockey.com portal. Viewers can also experience the content offline by ordering USB Flash Drives and high quality DVD’s.
FASTHockey.com is the most comprehensive new media hockey destination on the web helping unite amateur hockey enthusiasts form around the world. FASTHockey.com is in the midst of streaming nearly 20,000 games LIVE during the 2009/2010 season, making it the ultimate destination for players, parents, scouts, coaches and fans that love watching great hockey action. The production and distribution of ACHA National Championship content will serve thousands of fans in dozens of countries world-wide.
"ACHA fans are rabid in their consumption of live video streaming,” said Marc Ruskin, President of FASTHockey. "Working to deliver the ACHA Championships to fans around the world will not only quench the thirst of those fans but will open up new markets for this exciting brand."
The American College Hockey Association (ACHA) is the National Governing Body for non-varsity collegiate ice hockey in the United States. The organization, with its five divisions , provides structure, regulations and promotes the quality of collegiate ice hockey. With over four hundred teams and growing, the ACHA provides high quality competitive ice hockey for players not participating on NCAA teams.
"We had a great regular season with our teams getting going on the FASTHockey platform," said Chris Wilk, Executive Director of the ACHA, "We look forward to their professional video production, event promotion, and distribution of our content on their platform for this years National Championshnips”.
FASTHockey (http://www.FASTHockey.com) is the premier provider of new media services to amateur ice hockey national governing bodies, leagues, teams, tournaments, and special events across North America. The company utilizes professional video production, event promotion, and a proprietary world-class platform to deliver live and on-demand streaming video, offline content distribution, and value added services to users world-wide.