Emerald City Sports TV
Sports Techie will be interviewed LIVE this Tuesday, April 19th at 8PM PST on the Comcast Cable Emerald City Sports TV variety show on channel 77 and Ch 23 on Broadstripe in King County, Washington. Sports Techie blog readers can also view via the Internet worldwide at www.scantv.org. If you are on the web, go to the SCANtv.org top menu bar and click on “Watch Online.” An updated, free version of RealPlayer is necessary for viewing online.
Since March 2009, the ECSTV Show has been broadcast throughout 500,000 King County Comcast subscribers’ homes with special edition weekly segments of “Mariners Insider”, “Husky Insider” (UW Athletics), “Redhawks Insider” (Seattle U), “Falcon Insider” (SPU Athletics) and “Sounders FC Insider.”
Scott Capestany and Centerfield Studios
The show is hosted and produced by 15-year industry veteran Scott Capestany, the 1998 founder of Centerfield Studios: http://www.centerfieldstudios.com/. Scott is the only independent source in the Northwest that has media credentials to all the Professional and Division I sports teams.
Read more about Scott and his background with productions on Network TV, Regional TV, Film Festivals, Public Access TV and the Internet via his IMDB listing: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1819892/combined.
Capestany will produce and host the first ever weekly ALL-ACCESS show for Cable TV On-Demand viewers titled “Tacoma Rainiers All-Access”, featuring interviews and updates from the Tacoma Rainiers minor league baseball team.
SCAN or Seattle Community Access Network, is a private non-profit 501 © 3 organization operating TV studios and state-of-the-art production facilities on behalf of the citizens residing in Seattle and King County. See: http://twitter.com/scantv.
SCAN serves these communities through Public Access TV, by providing equipment, promoting media literacy, media justice and community dialogue as an alternative voice for individuals, the community, civic, public activities and expression.
The City of Seattle has a Franchise Agreement with Cable Operators, including Comcast of Washington IV, Inc. and Comcast of Washington I, Inc. and Millennium Digital media Systems, LLC, which require such Cable Operators to provide certain channel and resources dedicated for use by the public. See http://twitter.com/ComcastWA.
Both Scott and I are fellow Redmond High School graduates. I am honored to accept his ECSTV invitation to chat LIVE on public access SCANtv about how my company came to be and the Sports Techie vision of the future. Thank you for your support by viewing this first-ever Sports Techie interview going out to you on local cable TV and the free worldwide Internet.