EVERY PROGRAM, GAME, AND ATHLETE CAN NOW BE SHOWCASED AND SHARED EASILY AND AFFORDABLY WITH FANS NEAR AND FAR
At the upcoming 2012 NCAA Convention in Indianapolis, IN (Jan 11-12), BoxCast LLC will demonstrate how smaller or marginalized athletic programs can gain equal visibility through the live/recorded video streaming of their events with the game-changing BoxCast technology.
Cost and staffing concerns have traditionally prevented equal air time for women's and lower-profile sport programs. This is no longer true with BoxCast. Every program, game and athlete can be showcased and shared easily and affordably with fans near and far.
BoxCast's refreshingly simple concept begins with a pocket-sized broadcast box that is compatible with any camera or video feed. Right on schedule, the intelligent box automatically captures, crunches, and retransmits the video for viewing directly within the athletic program website.
Parents, relatives and loyal fans can now easily follow the live/recorded action as if they were in the stands themselves using any smartphone, tablet, or home computer.
"The visibility of our programs has never been higher. The BoxCast concept has had a transformational impact on our department" said Dave Diles, Director of Athletics at Case Western Reserve University. "The simplicity of the system, combined with its affordability and reliability, has allowed us to significantly improve our communications platform and our efforts in recruiting the next generation of student-athletes for our programs."