More Dallas Area High Schools Partnering With IBN Sports

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Allen, Skyline, Coppell, Sunset and Jesuit join a growing trend. These schools will have community sports channels on

iBN Sports continues its expansion of high school sports broadcast coverage in Texas as it announced today the addition of Allen, Skyline, Coppell, Dallas Sunset and Jesuit high schools to its partner school network. Game coverage of Football and other sports will be professionally produced by iBN Sports. iBN will also cover Southlake Carroll’s football games to capture highlights. All productions, whether complete game coverage or highlights, will stream on and across the iBN Sports distribution network including YouTube, Yahoo! Rivals, and other key websites.

“We are extremely excited to partner with IBN Sports,” says Bob Dubey, Athletic Director of the Richardson ISD who announced their partnership with iBN Sports last week. “This professional relationship will allow our students to learn the broadcast industry and bring positive exposure to all of our programs. We believe this relationship will allow our community, fans, and relatives to follow our programs and the many accomplishments of our schools and student/athletes.”

Partner schools have their own channel on iBN Sports where fans can view the iBN Sports produced games and schools can upload their own student produced media. The partner school program allows students and professionals to interact, creating a platform for students to learn production and media in a real world environment. iBN Sports sends professionally trained and equipped production professionals the schools to film events, and students have an opportunity to work directly with these professionals.

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 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. You can see our YouTube Channel here:

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