Admin • July 31, 2013
BoxCast is excited to be working alongside StatBroadcast® Systems to bring fans a full featured live stats/HD-video experience. The first integration has been setup this summer for St. Xavier High School of Cincinnati, Ohio.
"StatBroadcast® makes it simple for us to drop our video player into their stats display, much like how our embed video can be added to any website," BoxCast President Gordon Daily said. "It's a win-win for us, StatBroadcast® and the school. This will give St. Xavier fans the chance to watch a television-quality broadcast and get full statistics from their computer. This HD video with stats combo is going to set the bar for broadcasts in Ohio and beyond."
StatBroadcast® Live displays real-time live stats in an easy-to-read, customized interface for multiple platforms (desktop, mobile, tablet, etc.). Statistics are compiled at the venue using the StatCrew scoring software and made available instantly. St. Xavier statisticians will key in the plays and fans can watch those statistics wherever they are.
"There are so many different ways fans want to consume content," Daily added. "With this integration, you're going to be able to stay on top of the game whether you're at the venue or far away. We believe the technology is there so that you never miss a moment. This is another step in that direction."
Proudly headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, BoxCast is committed to providing professional turnkey video broadcasting solutions to organizations that prefer to avoid unnecessary complexity and expenses. Through years of video streaming experience in a broad range of applications, BoxCast has pioneered autonomous Internet broadcasting to enable the most reliable and affordable experience. Visit BoxCast on the web at http://www.boxcast.com.
StatBroadcast® Systems is the premiere sports statistics technology partner for athletic events. The StatBroadcast® Live system offers schools and events a way for their fans to view stats from sports events in real-time at a high level of detail and can be accessed from a variety of devices including web browsers and mobile devices as well as integrate directly with social media.br/>Today, StatBroadcast's® technology is used on the campuses of more than 125 colleges and universities, 14 college bowl games including the entire BCS series, more than 20 athletic conferences and at NCAA championships, including every game of the men's basketball tournament.