Lexington, KY – BlueFrame Technology, in partnership with the Western Athletic Conference, announced on Friday the release of WAC Digital Network OTT (over-the-top) apps for Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, and Roku devices. In addition to providing apps for the WAC Digital Network, all 8 WAC member schools are utilizing BlueFrame’s Production Truck software for the production of their live streams.
“The WAC Digital Network is another opportunity for BlueFrame to showcase our flexibility and unique toolset,” said BlueFrame Technology CEO Ben Kant. “The OTT applications combined with the power of our Production Truck software has led to an increased ease-of-use and boost in quality for both viewers and producers of WAC Digital Network broadcasts.”
All available men’s basketball conference games starting on Jan. 6, 2018 will be on the OTT platforms, along with 20 women’s games starting on Feb. 10. The WDN will also stream the WAC women’s soccer, men’s soccer, volleyball, softball and baseball tournaments on the OTT platforms.
“The WAC is excited to be partnering with BlueFrame Technology on our OTT platforms. Many of our fans were hoping we could broadcast our events on Apple TV, Amazon Fire, Android TV and Roku and now we have that capability,” said Danner. “In addition, we have been getting great reviews on the Production Truck software that we provided for our schools this fall. The broadcasts of our soccer and volleyball matches are looking really good and continue to get better as our school’s production teams implement some of the different features offered on Production Truck.”
Viewers can find the app for their favorite device by searching for “WAC Digital Network”.
Apple TV (Will be released soon)
About BlueFrame Technology
BlueFrame is best known for its Production Truck™ software, which is widely used by college sports organizations to create professional-looking sports broadcasts at a small fraction of the cost of traditional productions. When combined with their vCloud content management and delivery service, and BluePlayer™ any-screen viewing, digital broadcasters have a seamless, end-to-end solution that is much simpler to use than typical bolted-together streaming workflows. In addition, BlueFrame allows easy monetization through on-screen and in-stream advertising, as well as subscription, pay-per-view, and pay-per-download options. For more information, visit www.blueframetech.com.