Internet Service at Florida State University Returns, Streaming Begins Again
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. -- Following the internet network at Florida State University going down, internet-streaming of the 2012 National Collegiate Club Championship is again working.
For fans unable to trek to Tallahassee, the CWPA is offering video streaming of the championship tournament. Unlike previous seasons, the league has invested in the purchase of a TriCaster, a professional video switcher that will allow the CWPA to use a three-camera feed under the directon of recently hired Director of Multimedia Alex Lourido.
Fans can access the broadcasts on championship weekends by clicking on the Stretch Internet logo below and registering. The cost of viewership is $9.99 per game, or $25 for the weekend championship package that includes all the contested games.