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Warriors home grid games to be broadcast on internet

Wyoming Area Football home games will be broadcast live over the Internet throughout the 2011 season. Both audio and video will be broadcast by accessing the link, www.wyomingareafootball.org/broadcast.html or just visiting Wyoming Area Football’s home page www.wyomingareafootball.org.

The project is being supported by the Wyoming Area Football Parents Association and will benefit fans that are unable to attend the game in person. Individuals will have the ability to access the broadcast through their home computer, or on a mobile broadband device.

The broadcast system has been tested on several scrimmages and most of the technical issues have been identified and resolved. The quality of the audio is very good. The video quality will not be what people area ccustomed to viewing when watching games on network TV. However, the technical team is looking at ways to improve the broadcast.

Nick Perugini and Ron Musto will announce the games from the press box. Fans will also be able to “chat” with the announcers. As the game is being called, the announcers will receive messages from fans that may be answered during the broadcast. If successful, the broadcast team may look for commercial sponsorship that will benefit the Wyoming Area Football Program.

The Warriors open their regular season at home, Friday night, September 2 vs. Western Wayne. The broadcast will come on the air at 6:30, a half hour before game time.

Questions regarding this project can be directed to Nick Perugini at nperuginI@aol.com

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