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Fall Broadcast Schedule Announced

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Six soccer games over the first 10 days of the fall sports season kicks off Azusa Pacific's live video streaming service for the 2013-14 school year.

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Published
September 5, 2013
By
Joe Reinsch

AZUSA, Calif. -- For the second consecutive year, Azusa Pacific has partnered with Stretch Internet to provide full-season live video streaming services for the majority of Cougar Athletics home games.

All home games for Azusa Pacific football, soccer (men’s and women’s), and basketball (men’s and women’s), and all conference volleyball home matches will be provided using single-game pay-per-view and season subscription packages through the Azusa Pacific live streaming portal, which can also be accessed through the "Watch Live" link provided on the Azusa Pacific Athletics home page.

The first live broadcasts of the year take place this weekend, as Azusa Pacific hosts Lee University in women's soccer on Thursday, Sept. 5, at 7:30 p.m., followed by a Saturday soccer doubleheader with Cal State Dominguez Hills (women's game begins at 5:00 p.m., followed by men's game at 7:30 p.m.).

Other sports that will be covered in the spring include selected home events in baseball, softball, tennis, water polo, and track and field, as well as all home acrobatics & tumbling meets. The broadcast schedule for spring will be announced later this year.

The per-game price remains $7.95 per event, with full-season subscriptions priced at $29.95 for football, $59.95 for volleyball, $44.95 for women’s soccer, $54.95 for men’s soccer, $74.95 for men’s basketball, and $64.95 for women’s basketball. Pricing for other sports and events will be announced when the spring broadcast schedule is released.

In addition to live video streaming, the partnership with Stretch also provides a user-friendly live stats interface which will be integrated with the live video streaming broadcasts from Azusa Pacific’s easy-to-use web streaming portal.

ABOUT STRETCH INTERNET: Stretch Internet, based in Mesa, Ariz., was founded in 2003 by a former college athletics media relations professional who saw a need to provide affordable, high-quality streaming to college and university athletic departments. Stretch Internet now works with nearly 300 colleges and universities, high schools and professional sports organizations. A devotion to utilizing the best streaming technology possible and providing a first-class presentation – backed by the best customer support in the business – have helped Stretch Internet become one of the largest streaming media specialists in the sports industry.