Middle Tennessee State University Joins With B2 Networks to Broadcast Blue Raiders Athletics
Networks and Middle Tennessee State University Athletics today announced a
three-year partnership that will bring Blue Raiders sports to a worldwide
audience through B2 Networks’ state of the art broadband network. The
partnership will feature home games for football and men’s and women’s
basketball being shown live on B2 Networks. Selected home games for volleyball
and women’s soccer may be added to the viewing lineup in the future.
addition, B2 Networks and Middle Tennessee have joined together to bring an
exciting new element to the Floyd Stadium experience for football games with B2
InVenue services. This season, special Text2Vote opportunities will be
presented to fans where they can give their opinion and have it displayed on
the stadium’s video board.
“B2 Networks has been an outstanding partner in helping us make the most of our new
stadium video screen,” stated Middle Tennessee Director of Athletics Chris
Massaro. “The staff’s enthusiasm and attention to detail has proven to us
at Middle Tennessee that they believe in their services and are interested in
the success of our university.”
By teaming with B2 Networks, Middle Tennessee athletics will be available for viewing by a
worldwide audience. Live events will be aired through the school’s athletic
website http://www.goblueraiders.com as well as http://www.b2livetv.com. Fans
wanting to watch Blue Raiders athletics via B2 Networks will need a high-speed
Internet connection and a current version of Microsoft Windows Media Player.
Games will be sold on an individual basis with special viewing packages to be
announced at a later date.
“Adding a NCAA Division I partner from the Sun Belt Conference is very exciting for B2
Networks as Middle Tennessee has an outstanding fan base that will enjoy
watching games live,” stated Richard Brosal, B2 Networks Executive Vice
President for Business Operations and Marketing. “We also look forward to
enhancing the experience of cheering on the Blue Raiders in Floyd Stadium with
the addition of the B2 InVenue Text2Vote service.”