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Football, basketball broadcasts move to BAMASTATESPORTS.COM


Alabama State MONTGOMERY – A new era in Alabama State University athletics begins this weekend as Hornet football and basketball game broadcasts will be heard exclusively at bamastatesports.com.
All games can be heard online through the official athletics website or through the free mobile app for droid or IPhone devices. The app can be found by searching Alabama State sports.
For the first time ever, all ASU athletics-produced broadcasts are under the umbrella of the new Hornet Sports Productions, which will be managed by the Alabama State Athletics department.
“As we evaluated our broadcasts over the past few years, our online audience far surpassed our over-the-air audience,” Interim Athletic Director Melvin Hines said. “HSP gives us the ability to expand and enhance elements within the broadcast of all sports as well as create another revenue stream for athletics and the University.”
Saturday’s football season-opener at Sam Houston State will be broadcast via internet radio on bamastatesports,com/showcase.
The football and basketball audio broadcasts further the expansion of game broadcasts of Alabama State athletics on bamastatesports.com.
Since the beginning of the 2011 season, all Alabama State home football and women’s and men’s home conference basketball games that were not televised were video streamed online on the athletics website. In addition to those sports, select ASU volleyball, soccer, softball and baseball games have been video or audio streamed online.
During that time, approximately 170 contests have been video and/or audio streamed on HorneTVision, the online home of bamastatesports.com, in partnership between the Athletics Department, the University’s media center, the communications department, WVAS 90.7 FM, and University Administration. The combination of experienced professionals and talented, aspiring students work to produce and direct live athletics events, all while giving students real world, on-the-job training and preparation for exciting communications careers.
“Our production team across various University departments has played a vital role in the success of HorneTVision,” Hines said. “We will continue to work and grow together while strengthening current sponsorship agreements and generating new partnerships to the Athletics Department and University.”


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