Bright House, NeuLion Plan High School Sports Net

June 12, 2013
NeuLion (TSX:NLN) and Bright House Networks announced at the Cable Show in Washington, DC, the signing of a new multi-year agreement to provide local high school sports fans with a multiscreen digital sports network. Powered by the NeuLion TV Everywhere Platform...
NeuLion (TSX:NLN) and Bright House Networks announced at the Cable Show in Washington, DC, the signing of a new multi-year agreement to provide local high school sports fans with a multiscreen digital sports network. Powered by the NeuLion TV Everywhere Platform, the new online destination will offer fans access to high school sports content on devices including PCs, smartphones and tablets.Set to launch in August, the new network, Bright House Sports Network will be devoted to high school sports, with every video available in real-time HD quality. Additionally, the NeuLion player will allow viewers to pause, rewind and re-watch a game immediately after it’s over and see instant highlights.

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