Huntington, NY (PRWEB) October 23, 2012
Sportsideo, the rapidly growing sports community, announced today that it will carry On Campus Sports’ collegiate sports coverage. Sportsideo’s agreement with On Campus Sports provides Sportsideo’s sports community with the unique perspective and on-the-ground coverage of their favorite college teams and athletic programs as seen through the eyes of student journalists attending each university. You can see any of Sportsideo’s sports coverage including On Campus Sports’ articles by clicking here.
“Sportsideo is very excited to carry On Campus Sports and to expand our unique brand of sports coverage,” said Steve Vesce, Sportsideo’s Managing Director. “Sportsideo remains focused on sports coverage that highlights and celebrates the sports experience – for all sports participants – athletes, coaches, scouts, trainers, nutritionists, and yes, news reporters. We view this new relationship with On Campus Sports as an important opportunity for us to provide our community with a unique perspective into their favorite college teams as reported by journalists who attend, and are on the ground at each of the universities covered by On Campus Sports. Sportsideo sees our new relationship with On Campus Sports as an important step toward our goal of celebrating the sports experience for all people who participate in, and who contribute to a sport,” concluded Vesce.
“We’re thrilled to provide this opportunity to our student journalists,” said Rayo Nulsen, President of On Campus Sports. “They come to us for the chance to see their bylines published to a national platform, and now we are able to essentially double their exposure. This is a natural alignment that makes sense for everyone. Sportsideo offers a national distribution channel and state-of-the-art video technology, and in return OCS provides unique, original content from a campus-level perspective that isn’t found in mainstream media. Plus, it’s a great resume builder for our students.”
Fueled by partnerships with Communication and Journalism departments, On Campus Sports currently staffs student journalists at more than 60 campuses, with plans to expand to every Division I university by the Spring of 2013.
You can visit Sportsideo’s Blogs to see any one of the many On Campus articles on Sportsideo.
Sportsideo (Sports “for that reason”) was founded by professional and amateur athletes to enable all sports participants to connect, improve, and achieve with others in their favorite sports. Sportsideo provides each member of our community with the same “pro experience” enjoyed by professional athletes whenever they enter their locker room – free, easy and instant access to professional and amateur Athletes, Coaches, Scouts, Officials, Agents, Executives, Healthcare Pros, Trainers, Nutritionists, News Reporters, and Sports Organizations. We began Sportsideo with two simple beliefs: 1) Participating in sports is good and helps children and adults lead happier, healthier and more fulfilling lives; and 2) people who share sports experiences improve their understanding of, and respect for each other. You can Join the Sportsideo community at Sportsideo and you can keep current on the latest on Sportsideo by visiting Sportsideo’s Facebook page, or following us on Twitter.
About On Campus Sports
On Campus Sports, an independent sports publisher on target to become the comprehensive leader of college athletics, provides a platform for students to publish articles, display photos and produce video content – including live broadcast feeds. College students who join OCS cover sports at their school, in their conference and around the country – and also can be promoted to editorial roles, providing real-world experience for a distinct advantage in the job market. Already the media’s largest staff of college student sports journalists, OCS is building a national network of university partners, which will establish a presence on college campuses unequaled in the industry. Universities work with OCS to recruit top talent, provide course credit, and help students hone critical journalism and leadership skills.