RESTON, Va. --- Sportsview.tv, the broadband TV sports network for Digital Media Broadcasting Corporation (DMBC), announced today that it will be airing the Tennessee State at University of Tennessee at Martin game.
The game will be shown live on September 9th at 7 p.m. and available on-demand for 24 hours after the game.
Fans need to go to the www.sportsview.tv website, register as a member and purchase the game for only $5.
Sportsview.tv brings live events to a global audience through their PCs or broadband-enabled TV. With a high-speed broadband connection such as DSL, cable modem and T1/T3, fans can view Sportsview.tv at its best. Sportsview.tv is not available via dial-up connection.
It's like your own personal TV network-where you control the access time, event and device:
" Watch events that are not broadcast by mass media
" Choose to watch live or on a completely on-demand basis
" View events and complementary content (stats, history, bios) from PC or broadband-enabled TV
" Access coaches shows and training tapes from the training library
With Sportsview.tv, sports event broadcasting is no longer limited to Division I Universities and professional sports. To find out more about Sportsview.tv, visit www.sportsview.tv or call 1-877-866-5524.
Digital Media Broadcasting Corporation delivers interactive broadband TV niche broadcasts over a dedicated (video enabled) network. This allows an unlimited amount of specialized broadcasts to be sent directly to their target audiences via broadband and wireless technology.
Targeted networks and channels under the DMBC umbrella include Sportsview.tv, Medicalview.tv, Entertainmentview.tv, Governmentview.tv, Educationview.tv, Seminarview.tv, Theatreview.tv and Concertview.tv.
Never before has full streaming video been distributed live and on-demand, taking content from an event and seamlessly delivering a fully produced broadcast (including advertising insertion) to the end user, while allowing the viewer to:
" watch special interest events that otherwise are not broadcast by mass media
" choose to watch live or on a completely on-demand basis, as well as on DVD
" choose how to receive the broadcast-on any broadband device, including computer, television, and next generation wireless phones and PDAs
DMBC's end-to-end architecture, made possible by Technology Providers (Lockheed Martin, SAVVIS Communications and Edge Technologies), is built on the latest digital media technologies. Coupled with DMBC's state-of-the-art digital production studios, DMBC offers a turn-key broadcasting solution that can be found nowhere else.