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Live Streaming Broadcasts from the 2010 ISC World Tournament
Saturday, July 24, 2010
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE FROM THE INTERNATIONAL SOFTBALL CONGRESS (ISC)
July 24, 2010
MIDLAND, MICHIGAN - The International Softball Congress (ISC)
announced today that they will feature live broadcasts of selected
games from the 2010 ISC World Tournament at Midland, Michigan.
The live video broadcast schedule kicks off with the two-time
defending ISC World Champions, the Kitchener Rivershark Twins, on
Saturday, August 14, 2010 at 4:00 PM eastern, a game offered free of
charge to all viewers.
The ISC will offer an “All Access” pass, which will provide fans with
online access to at least twenty-four (24) live video broadcasts, as
well as access to archived broadcasts during the week for any games
they might miss. The cost of the “ISC All Access” pass is $49.95, if
purchased on or before August 9, 2010, or $59.95 if purchased
thereafter. The “early-bird” purchase translates to just over $2 per
Fans will also be able to access individual games on a pay-per-view
basis. Each game will be available live and on-demand at a rate of
$6.95 per game to non-All-Access subscribers.
Additional games will be broadcast on live streaming audio at no charge.
The streaming media broadcast program for the International Softball
Congress is now in its 10th year, headed up by Executive Producer Dave
Blackburn. Dave brought streaming media to the ISC World Tournament
and the fastball world back in 2001, with help from technical guru
Greg Panos. Dave had this to say about the 2010 Live Streaming
"Our broadcast team is very excited about our plans for streaming many
live games from the 2010 World Tournament. After four years of
continuous improvement in producing our own online video telecasts,
and offering those for free, in 2010 we are evolving to a Pay-Per-View
online delivery model. This is the most viable way for the ISC to
continue our efforts to provide this unique live and archival coverage
to our global audience of fastball fans long into the future."
The ISC World Tournament broadcast program operates a four camera
set-up, with play-by-play announcers and color commentators.
Assistant Streaming Producer Rosanne Allan will work with Dave
Blackburn on production, and full-time cameramen Gerry and Mike Betz
will be back for their sixth and fifth years respectively.
Broadcast program directors Blair Setford and Jim Flanagan will join
play-by-play anchors Kyle Smith and Lance Winn in the booth, along
with Joe Todd and other guest color commentators. Smith and Winn are
both broadcast professionals. Winn works in Canadian sports TV while
Smith works in the Toronto area, doing minor league baseball and
hockey in addition to his fastball work, and serves as the lead
broadcaster for Ballparkradio. Joe Todd has been broadcasting for the
ISC since 2003.
In 2010, the ISC will break new ground, offering its first ever
Spanish language audio broadcast, in collaboration with Cristian
Lacout of Softbol Radio , based in Argentina. The remote-connected
broadcast will be available to a world-wide audience, free of charge.
For complete details of the streaming video and streaming audio
broadcasts, including subscription details, visit: ISC Video Streaming.
Fastball fans will find quick and easy access to the 2010 ISC World
Tournament video and audio broadcasts as follows:
The complete broadcast schedule of games will be released soon, so
keep an eye out at the Ballparkradio websites, the official ISC
website, http://www.iscfastpitch.com and Al’s Fastball,
http://www.alsfastball.com for further details.
International Softball Congress (“ISC”)
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