Even the Ivy League to have digital sports network
Ivy League joins digital trend | Loeb & Loeb LLP - JDSupra: "The Ivy League this month announced that it will join the Big Ten and the PAC-12 in launching its own digital sports network, giving fans of the conference and its teams unprecedented access to their favorite team’s home and away games from a single Internet-based platform.
The newest digital network, which subscribers can access over the Internet through IvyLeagueSport.tv, will provide channels for each of the eight league schools . . ."
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