Gaelic Football Live Stream and NetCast Sports Updates

I’m excited to announce a couple of things today, the first of which being that NetCast Sports has added Gaelic Football live streaming as we’ve partnered with the USGAA Southeast Division to broadcast their divisional championships on July 14. As I’m writing this I’m watching the 2018 World Cup, an event I’m a huge fan […]

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NetCast Sports Partners With Portsmouth Invitational

Portsmouth, VA – When hundreds of media, fans, agents and players attend the NBA draft in June, it will be the culmination of years of hard work for many players, and the next step in their potential future towards possible long term professional basketball careers. Although those players whose names are called in Barclay’s Center […]

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NetCast Sports Incorporates NBL Canada Games into Schedule

Select games to be listed in NCSN schedule Winston-Salem, NC – NetCast Sports Network, a live streaming sports broadcaster that covers much of the Southeast U.S., announced that select broadcasts from the National Basketball League Canada have been incorporated into their online broadcast listings. “We’ve been fans of the NBLC for quite some time,” said […]

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NetCast Sports Network Partners with Spalk To Add Multiple Language Broadcasters

Startup broadcaster increasing international reach NetCast Sports Network, a live streaming sports broadcaster that covers much of the Southeast U.S., announced that the network has integrated their broadcast platform with Spalk, which will allow NCSN to offer additional languages during upcoming games. “One of our primary objectives in the coming year has been to increase […]

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Bandwidth Overkill, Episode 6: Yahoo Wins The NBA Draft

This week we’re talking about the winner of NBA draft broadcast ratings, Comcast unleashes what they call the ‘Netflix Killer’ and Idaho becomes the center of the cord-cutting universe. Links from the show: FlyPack-Audio Startup Looks To Expand Into Sports http://www.sportsvideo.org/2016/06/21/flypack-audio-startup-looks-to-expand-into-sports/?utm_source=SVG+Newsletter&utm_campaign=6329846700-my_google_analytics_key&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_5ccb082d23-6329846700-77573997 Municipal fiber network will let customers switch ISPs in seconds http://arstechnica.com/information-technology/2016/06/what-if-switching-fiber-isps-was-as-easy-as-clicking-a-mouse/ Comcast CEO Prepares […]

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Bandwidth Overkill Podcast, Episode 4: Barbarians At The Gate!

This week on the podcast we talk about broadcasting minor league basketball with the East Coast Basketball League, plus Hulu makes an offer everybody can refuse, we get super secret access to a military location for broadcasting and the New York Times wants to lay the smackdown on Ad Blocking software. Bandwidth Overkill is a […]

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Bandwidth Overkill Podcast, Episode 3: Who Cares About YouTube, Anyway?

This week on Bandwidth Overkill, we’re talking about ESPN newsjacking the death of Muhammad Ali, Ad Fraud and FaceBook, The Budget Bundle and NGINX streaming video. Plus we dive into the echo chamber of sports announcers and how networks bet on ratings. Bandwidth Overkill is a podcast from NetCast Sports Network that follows the continuing […]

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