76ers sign new broadcast deal
National Basketball Association (NBA) franchise Philadelphia 76ers has signed a multi-year broadcast solutions agreement with play-by-play broadcast systems specialist Skyview.
According to an official press release, Skyview has committed to providing ‘its full menu of services’ to the Sixers in order to aid the growth of the team’s radio network.
The 76ers senior vice president of corporate partnerships and broadcasting, Tom Ward, said: “Skyview’s FAST [Flexible Audio Storage Technology] service has already proven itself to be a valuable, cost-effective solution for our extensive radio broadcast needs. We look forward to working with them this season and in the years to come.”
“We are confident that our systems will meet the needs of the Sixers to make the process of growing the network and managing the broadcast successful,” said Matt Stys, vice president of business development for Skyview Networks. “We look forward to building a solid relationship as we continue to partner on play-by-play broadcast solutions.”
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