OKC Thunder strike Skyview agreement
The Oklahoma City Thunder of the National Basketball Association (NBA) have entered into a multi-year broadcast solutions agreement with Skyview Networks.
Over the course of the partnership Skyview will provide a range of radio broadcast services, including satellite distribution and its AdView Inventory Management software, to the team.
AdView enables teams to track all available and sold advertising inventory within their broadcasts whilst providing detailed reporting and affidavits.
“We are excited to partner with Skyview Networks to coordinate our distribution and inventory management,” said Dan Mahoney, the Thunder’s vice president of corporate communications and community relations.
“With Skyview's extensive major league sports radio experience and expertise, we are able to raise the quality of service we offer to affiliates within our Thunder Radio Network.”
Scottsdale-based Skyview Networks currently works with over 60 professional and over 50 collegiate sports organisations, including the NHL’s Columbus Blue Jackets and the Cincinnati Reds baseball team.blog comments powered by Disqus
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