iHigh Announces Partnership With the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference
October 31, 2012News from iHigh.com
Lexington, KY -- iHigh.com® and the Kentucky Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (KIAC) today announced a partnership between the two organizations in an effort to build more interest and recognition for the Conference, its member schools and its student-athletes. This new partnership will be called the KIAC Digital Network.
Through the use of iHigh’s feature-rich platform, the KIAC and many of its member schools will have the ability to broadcast their events to fans all over the world - including broadcasting to mobile devices.
The KIAC Digital Network website will include live and archived broadcasts, videos, photos and articles from member KIAC institutions.
The KIAC is affiliated with the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) and has twelve member schools in Kentucky, Indiana, Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia and Missouri including Alice Lloyd College, Asbury University, Berea College, Brescia University, Carlow University, Cincinnati Christian University, Indiana University East, Indiana University Southeast, Midway College, Mountain State University, Point Park University and the Saint Louis College of Pharmacy.
“I am personally looking forward to providing an avenue through iHigh.com that allows our members to showcase their student-athletes to fans all over the world. The Conference, our student-athletes and our member schools will greatly benefit from the exposure made possible through this affiliation with iHigh.com,” said Commissioner Bill Melton.
“iHigh.com is excited to partner with the KIAC and its 12 member schools,” said Jim Host, CEO of iHigh.com. “We look forward to increasing the KIAC's visibility, while also forging new avenues of revenue opportunities for the Conference and its member schools. Now, fans, alumni, friends and family can watch KIAC athletes on computers, smart phones, and smart TVs,” said Host.
Visit the KIAC Digital Network on iHigh.com by logging on to http://kiacsports.ihigh.com .
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