March 5, 2009
INDIANAPOLIS - The Horizon League Network (HLN) will debut a new product on Friday, March 6 as the network will feature a pay-per-view system for the two second round games of the 2009 Speedway Horizon League Men's Basketball Championship.
The games will feature an increased level of production quality, including a five-camera shoot complete with TV graphics, instant replay and more.
"We have provided free content on HLN for the past four years and we feel it is time to test the market with a pay-per-view product," said Jonathan B. LeCrone, Horizon League Commissioner. "We certainly believe our production standards have improved to a point that will continue to attract customers to the Horizon League Network on a paid basis."
The games will be available to registered users of HLN for $5/each.
Horizon League NetworkOriginally launched in October 2006, the Horizon League Network is a conference-wide video streaming platform designed to provide coverage of the League's member institutions' athletic programs. The network features more than 400 quality live game webcasts each year in addition to compelling on-demand programming. For access to all of HLN's offerings, visit www.HorizonLeagueNetwork.tv.