Lake Forest, CA (PRWEB) July 21, 2012
iBN Sports today announced a dramatic expansion of high school sports broadcast coverage in Texas with the addition of Richardson, Irving, McKinney and Denton Independent School Districts to its partner school network. Football games and other sports from these districts will be professionally produced, and the coverage will include commentary and analysis from iBN’s studio broadcast team. Videos will stream on iBNSports.com, as well as on YouTube, Yahoo! Rivals, and other key websites.
iBN Sports uses its network of professional video production crews to capture broadcast quality footage with play-by-play commentary. The footage is transmitted to the Company’s California studios where editors immediately cut highlights and production teams create regional and national shows for the most comprehensive programming in high school sports.
“Our channels will not only give fans and alumni a chance to see the games, but will make the district’s athletes more visible to recruiters,” said John Mudge, CEO of IBN Sports. “These schools have outstanding programs that regularly send players to major colleges. The additional coverage will expose them to more recruiters and increase their chances of landing a scholarship at a great university. We are excited to have them join our team,” he added.
The following schools will have games broadcast on the iBN Sports network: Denton, Ryan, Guyer, Lake Highlands, Berkner, Pearce, Richardson, McKinney, McKinney North, Boyd, Irving, and Irving Nimitz.
About iBN Sports
iBN Sports Networks produces professional quality high school sports videos and distributes them through our media partners including YouTube, Yahoo!, and Gannett as well as on iBNSports.com. The network provides live coverage of the nation’s top games and studio produced content including highlights, profiles and game-day shows. Our content is available on all platforms, including web, mobile and linear broadcasting. We focus on building partnerships with our schools and their athletes, sharing revenues with the schools and giving gifted young players the visibility they deserve.
The Company will cover 1500 games in 23 States during the 2012-13 season and has been selected by YouTube as a Premium Content Partner for their high school sports channel.
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