Ivy League joins digital trend

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The Ivy League this month announced that it will join the Big Ten and the PAC-12 in launching its own digital sports network, giving fans of the conference and its teams unprecedented access to their favorite team’s home and away games from a single Internet-based platform.

The newest digital network, which subscribers can access over the Internet through IvyLeagueSport.tv, will provide channels for each of the eight league schools, as well as a conference channel. Fans will have the choice of subscribing, on either a monthly or an annual basis, to one or more individual school channels, or opting for a conference package that affords them the ability see all of the available programming for all of the conference schools.

Originally published in the Law Bulletin Publishing Company on May 14, 2013.

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Topics:  Digital Goods, Ivy League, Sports

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