East Video To Present Live Webcasts of National Horse Show Competition
Saratoga Springs, NYSeptember 29, 2003Jon Cromer of
Productions East Video in association with i2Sports.com will present
live webcasts of National Horse Show competition from Wellington,
FL. With Internet broadcasting, people around the world will be
able to access live coverage of the nations most respected
year-end horse show from anywhere where they can log on to a computer.
Productions East Video will supply i2Sports.com with live footage
from both the International and deNemethy arenas at the Palm Beach
Polo Equestrian Club during the National Horse Show, November
26-30. Viewers will be able to watch the competition as it happens.
For just $25 per day, or $100 for the entire National Horse Show,
people can access coverage of National Horse Show competition,
plus have access to the event in the sites archives for
an additional month.
Previously in 2003, i2Sports.com provided coverage of the Tampa
Bay Classic and the Tournament of Champions from the Winter Equestrian
Festival in Tampa, FL, as well as some of the Hunter/Jumper horse
shows in Lexington, KY.
is an amazing new service. Now people can sit anywhere in the
world and watch some of the nations leading horse shows.
This service has great appeal to riders, trainers, owners and
anyone who enjoys watching equestrian competition, said
Cromer. We are extremely excited to be able to offer this
service for the National Horse Show.
cable modem, DSL, T1 or Satellite DSL with 768 KBPS download speeds
are necessary to access the footage, along with Internet Explorer
5.0, and Windows Media Player 7 or 9, which can be downloaded
from the site.
graduate of Syracuse University, Cromer founded Productions East
Video in 1984. Upon graduation, he moved his business to Saratoga
Springs, NY, where he expanded his production company. Today,
Productions East professionally videotapes figure skating and
equestrian events throughout the country.
Inc. d.b.a. i2sports is an Internet sports broadcast corporation
located at Syracuse University's CASE Center. It produces and
webcasts live amateur sporting events including track meets, footraces,
field hockey, wrestling, football, basketball, volleyball, tennis,
swimming and diving, lacrosse, soccer, softball and baseball,
equestrian events as well as business and academic events. TrackMeets.com
was the first website to broadcast live a track meet, and remains
the only Internet company to provide full-service production and
live broadcast of amateur athletics.
more information, please visit www.i2sports.com
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