Fans can now stream home volleyball and women's basketball matches live online.
Sept. 1, 2011
By Danielle Minch
Athletic Media Relations
FORT COLLINS, Colo.--Beginning with Friday's volleyball match vs. No. 5 Nebraska, CSU athletics is nowoffering live online video streaming for home volleyball and women's basketballevents.
Through the All Access subscription on www.CSURams.com, fans will now be ableto watch the video feed of all non-televised home volleyball matches and women'sbasketball games. The video can be watched on a fan's computer, and is linkedto the audio of the local radio broadcast.
This new opportunity is great for fans outside of the FortCollins area who want to keep up with CSU athletics.
Additionally, All Access subscribers will be able to listen toradio broadcasts for all CSU football, volleyball and men's and women'sbasketball games, whether the team is at home or on the road.
All Access subscriptions can be purchased at a monthly fee ofonly $9.95/month or an annual fee of $59.95.
Visit http://www.csurams.com/allaccess/ to subscribe.
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