CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard Athletics announced today that its new digital channel is now officially live on The Ivy League® Digital Network at www.ivyleaguedigitalnetwork.com/harvard.
League-wide, the network will carry 23 live events over the opening Sept. 6-8 weekend.
Powered by NeuLion, Harvard Athletics is a part of the Ivy League's completely redesigned, nine-channel digital network that includes an easy-to-navigate interface, a League-wide network schedule and new interactive features, such as simultaneous four-game viewing, full DVR controls and social media integration. These new features enhance the viewing experience for the expanded range of events and other content offerings, all of which are available on computer, mobile and tablet devices all without the use of an app.
Packages for the Harvard Athletics channel are $89.95 for 12 months, $39.95 for four months, $10.95 for one month and $9.95 for a single day and include multi-camera HD coverage of all available home and select away games in football, men's and women's basketball and men's and women's ice hockey. Every available Ivy League contest in those sports will be shown on the network.
Selected live events, including men's soccer, women's soccer, field hockey, women's volleyball and men's water polo are also slated to be featured in the channel this fall). In addition to coverage of Ivy League championship events, live coverage of other winter and spring sports will be announced at a later date. Many of these events, along with additional premium content not available anywhere else, will be available for on-demand viewing at any time.
Packages for the League-wide channel, which features everything the network has to offer, are $119.95 for 12 months, $49.95 for four months and $15.95 for one month.
"The Harvard Athletics channel on The Ivy League Digital Network is poised to present fantastic digital offerings moving forward," said Chris Wagner, EVP and Co-Founder of NeuLion. "Bringing together all eight schools on a unified network for the first time, the Ivy League is providing its passionate alumni and fans access to more digital content than previously possible."