2007 Softball Home Games to be Broadcast Live on Internet
Feb. 12, 2007
For Immediate Release
MEMPHIS - Tiger fans can now listen live as nearly all of the University of Memphis softball team's 2007 home games will be broadcast on the Internet beginning with the home opening doubleheader against Alcorn State on Wednesday at 2 p.m.
The games will be called by 2005 U of M graduate Daniel O'Brien. Since 2002, O'Brien has been the news and sports director for the University of Memphis radio station, WUMR. With WUMR, he has called Tiger football, basketball, baseball and Lady Tiger basketball.
A native of Memphis, Tenn., O'Brien graduated with a B.A. in communications with a concentration in broadcasting at Memphis. He is married to Sara O'Brien, and the couple has a three-year-old daughter named Haliegh.
Fans can find links to the broadcasts on the Memphis softball schedule page at GoTigersGo.com. The live audio is being carried through CSTV All-Access.
All-Access is an Internet broadband offering provided by CSTV that allows college sports fans to experience the passion, tradition and excitement of our teams with comprehensive, easy-to access multimedia coverage.
The Memphis Tigers All-Access monthly subscription costs $6.95 or $49.95 for an annual subscription and includes only University of Memphis events.
The XXL All-Access monthly subscription costs $14.95 and gives subscribers thousands of games streamed live. Over 30 men's and women's sports from 100+ top schools and conferences, including Memphis and Conference USA. Plus coach's shows, highlights, press conferences & more. The XXL All-Access annual subscription costs $99.95.
For more information on CSTV All-Access go to CSTV.com/xxl/.