NEW HAVEN, Conn.-The Central Atlantic Collegiate Conference (CACC) on Tuesday announced the league office and all 14-member schools have partnered with Blue Frame Technology to create the all-new CACC Network, as announced by Commissioner Dan Mara. The partnership will enable all 14 schools to webstream their game broadcasts to one platform provided by Blue Frame, beginning with the 2018-19 athletic season. In addition, each of the conference’s 16 championship events will also be webstreamed to the platform, along with other original content.
The new partnership will allow fans to watch their favorite CACC schools and sports through multiple outlets. The conference and each school will have their own dedicated video portal/web page where fans can watch online as they have in the past. In addition to watching online, fans can also watch the action live on their televisions through Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and Roku streaming devices. Fans will also be able to watch the games on their phones through a mobile app as well.
“The CACC’s partnership with Blue Frame is an exciting new era for the conference,” Commissioner Mara said. “Fans throughout the CACC will now be able to watch our contests in a variety of ways whether online, at home, or on the go. The CACC Network provides more visibility for our conference, as the league continues to expand its brand and messaging in the digital age.”
More information about programming and links to each school’s video page will be supplied later this summer, as Blue Frame and the conference office are currently finalizing all the apps for fans to download and view for the start of the 2018-19 athletic season.
For the Amazon, Android, Apple and Roku apps, fans will be able to download them through the respective devices later this summer, as the CACC will keep fans up to date with the latest on those television devices. For more information on those streaming devices, please click on the links below: