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New HockeyTV Powered By HockeyTech Digital Technology Solutions For Hockey

HockeyTech Launches HockeyTV—the Future of Viewing Ice Hockey.

HockeyTech Launches HockeyTV—the Future of Viewing Ice Hockey.

HockeyTech Launches HockeyTV—the Future of Viewing Ice Hockey.

HockeyTV powered by HockeyTech launched just in time last week for the 2016 hockey season thanks to Stu Siegel, founder and CEO of both companies, the former owner of the Florida Panthers, and a technology entrepreneur. More than 20,000 live amateur hockey games will stream this season on HockeyTV and will be used by scouts, NHL teams, and family members hoping to keep up with the loved ones’ as they play in high-level juniors. The sports tech company will also provide a cloud based digital library with an excess of 100,000 games available on demand and accessible to subscribers online...

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MLB On TBS Postseason NL Wild Card, NLDS And NLCS Sports Tech

Turner Sports’ Postseason Studio Coverage to Include Use of Virtual Reality Ballpark Models for First Time

Turner Sports’ Postseason Studio Coverage to Include Use of Virtual Reality Ballpark Models for First Time

MLB On TBS Postseason NL Wild Card, NLDS And NLCS Sports Tech

TBS is the exclusive headquarters for 2015 MLB Postseason National League coverage and it look to be a sports technology driven playoffs event. Today, Wednesday, Oct. 7, the MLB baseball playoffs begin in the NL on TBS presented by Hankook Tire with the Wild Card game between the Pittsburg Pirates and the Chicago Cubs at 8 p.m. ET. Live streaming of each TBS MLB postseason game can be viewed on the Watch TBS App and online at the www.tbs.com website...

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The Basketball Tournament Regional Brackets, Webcasts and ESPN Broadcasts

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The Basketball Tournament Regional Brackets, Webcasts and ESPN Broadcasts

The Basketball Tournament (TBT) 2015 released official regional brackets for Atlanta, Los Angeles, Chicago and Philadelphia. Top seeds per region are Boeheim’s Army (Northeast), Team BDB (South), Team Barstool (Midwest) and Grantland (West). Participants ranged from professional players and recent college talent to local legends and pickup basketball stars. TBT prize money doubled this year to $1 million. The Sports Techie community blog continues to cover the open application TBT because of their innovative use of broadcast technology and interactive social media requirements to stand out using tech and to help grow the business.

Teams Seeded 1-24 in 4 Regions; Syracuse alums, SLAM, Grantland, and Josh Selby’s Baltimore Squad Take Top Spots

Teams Seeded 1-24 in 4 Regions; Syracuse alums, SLAM, Grantland, and Josh Selby’s B...

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