HBCU Highlights.com in conjunction with the SIAC will be streaming the 2009 SIAC Basketball Tournament live on the Internet, March 4 - 8 2009. HBCU Highlights has the exclusive rights to stream the tournament online and it will only be shown through HBCU Highlights.com.
This is the first time the tournament will be aired online and on demand.
Packages are available on Home starting at $19.99. For a limited time use coupon code FEB1ST to receive a discount on access pass.
Upper package include:
A free viewing of the Miles vs. Benedict game on February 10 (tentative)
A commemorative 2009 SIAC Tournament DVD
The winning Men and Women’s team picture
A chance to win one of 10, 2009 SIAC Tournament balls autographed by the winning teams.
Alumni organizations are getting involved by registering their schools alumni, friends and family. For each registrant, the organization will receive a percentage of the live streaming fee. HBCU Highlights goal is to have over 13,000 registrants supporting their schools team online.
If your organization would like to take part in this fund raising opportunity, contact us at [EMAIL="email@example.com"]firstname.lastname@example.org[/EMAIL] for more information.
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I am SO tempted to order this!
I would like to make it to B'ham for the tourney but that's doubtful. This would be the next best thing.
Even though I'm a Claflin Panther to the death, I know that the Miles vs Benedict was a good game! (Miles got the overtime win, 83-81) These two gave us our only two losses for the season!
Let's see how this pans out.
Most of the times when the games will be played, I'll be at work. So I'll miss 3 days of the tournament off top. And then if my team gets eliminated before the weekend, I would have wasted my money.
It may be cheaper but it doesn't equal the experience of actually being there.