TSSAA To Broadcast State Wrestling Individual Championships On TSSAA Network

Wednesday, February 15, 2012
The TSSAA Network will broadcast the Division I and Division II State Wrestling Championships on Saturday, February 18 at 5:00 p.m. CT from the Williamson County Agricultural Exposition Arena in Franklin, Tenn. The championship matches will be streamed LIVE at www.TSSAANetwork.com, archived for on demand viewing and available later for purchase on DVD.

The TSSAA Network is a partnership between the TSSAA and PlayOn! Sports that features live and on-demand coverage of high school sports in Tennessee across television and the Internet.  The TSSAAnetwork.com video portal provides fans access, at no charge, to a wide variety of events, all of which will be archived and available for on demand viewing.

The individual wrestling championships will stream live on TSSAANetwork.com beginning at 5:00 p.m. CT.

The TSSAA Network is a partnership between PlayOn! Sports and the Tennessee Secondary School Athletic Association (TSSAA) featuring rights and brand management, video production of state championship events, multi-platform distribution, and coordinated sponsorship sales of high school sports in Tennessee.

PlayOn! Sports is the largest rights holder, producer, and aggregator of high school sports events distributed across television, the Internet, and IP-video enabled mobile devices. By combining State Athletic Associations’ postseason content with the regular season events of member schools, PlayOn provides marketers with a unique multi-media platform solution to reach teens, young adults and families. PlayOn is headquartered in Atlanta, Ga., with offices in the Southeast, Midwest and California. For more information, contact PlayOn! Sports at info@playonsports.com, or visit www.playonsports.com.

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