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NSIC To Webcast Live FB, VB & BB Games Free in 2008-09
August 25, 2008

Contact: Mitch Bakken- Sports Information Director (218) 281-8414


St. Paul, Minn. - The Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference will again join forces with Penn Atlantic, Inc. to bring fans live webcasts of all NSIC football, volleyball, men’s and women’ basketball games in the 2008-09 season. This year’s games will be brought to the fans FREE* of charge. Fans simply go to www.NorthernSun.tv and select the game they would like to view. After a quick one time online registration fans are ready to view all NSIC conference games and all home non-conference games at television like quality. Penn Atlantic broadcasts, delivered at 539 kbps or higher, are of the highest quality available in collegiate athletics. (For system requirements and FAQs go to: http://pennatlantic.com/index.php?content=faq). The first available games are Thursday, August 28th when three NSIC football teams kickoff their 2008 season at home. Schools are also welcome to air other home sporting events throughout the season. Check www.NorthernSun.tv for full listing of events.

Penn Atlantic is a Charleston, S.C. based communications and media company focused on creating, aggregating and delivering information and entertainment to a broad range of audiences across the world. Their content is delivered over various platforms which represent the cutting edge of new media technology. Penn Atlantic, Inc. was formed in April 2004 to acquire media rights as well as offer cost effective and cutting edge products and services to collegiate athletic conferences, professional sports teams and individual institutions. The primary focus of Penn Atlantic’s product line is to facilitate live internet video streaming of athletic events to broadband pay-per-view viewers, which are comprised of sports fans, alumni, students and other individuals who have access to broadband connections. Penn Atlantic also sells video based advertising in and around those events.