September 14, 2007
MARQUETTE, Mich. – Since last year, Northern Michigan University and B2 Networks have worked together to provide Wildcat fans with live game action over the Internet via broadband broadcasting. The broadcasts feature video from the team’s videographer and audio from the team’s official play-by-play broadcaster.
The cost is $6 per game. B2 will provide this service for Wildcat men’s and women’s basketball, football, hockey and volleyball home games and some selected away contests.
B2 Networks has announced the B2 Collegiate Season Pass, which provides fans the opportunity to watch games of NMU teams through several different packages. Which is a large savings off the individual game purchase price.
The All-Sports pass gives subscribers access to every game played by NMU teams shown live on B2 Networks for $99.95. The Single Sport pass gives subscribers access to every game of a NMU sport on the B2 Networks. NMU football season pass is available for $30, basketball is $79.95 and hockey $50.
Visit the NMU or B2 Web sites at www.nmu.edu/athletics or www.b2livetv.com to select and purchase your B2 Collegiate Pass.
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Sports Information Director