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Chilliwack broadcaster tackles Huskers football contract

Released by Wayne Price, Virtual Broadcast Network/Voice photo

 

irtual Broadcast Network (VBN), a leading provider of live video production broadcasting, announced Tuesday it has recently signed a broadcast agreement with the Valley Huskers.

 

The 2013 Valley Huskers season will be webcast LIVE online in high definition on VBN.

 

VBN's Wayne Price manages the video and audio station in City Hall council chambers on Tuesday.

Virtual Broadcast Network has also secured an agreement with Shaw TV Chilliwack, a leader in providing local content here in the Upper Fraser Valley, to re-broadcast the games on Channel 4.

"We are very excited to have the opportunity to broadcast LIVE the Valley Huskers so the fans can watch their home team on its away games" says Wayne Price, Managing Partner of Virtual Broadcast Network.

Shaw TV's involvement brings more exposure to the Valley Huskers by having the games re-broadcast on television throughout Chilliwack and surrounding areas.

The first broadcast will be on July 27th, at 7:00 p.m. when The Valley Huskers visit the Okanagan Suns in Kelowna. The games can be viewed at VBN or on the Valley Huskers website.

Visit Shaw TV for more information on times for the re-broadcast of games.  

About VBN

Virtual Broadcast Network provides professional video broadcast services to Junior Sports Organizations throughout British Columbia. VBN Sports provides affordable LIVE event broadcasts for organizations such as the British Columbia Football League, Fraser Valley Men's Soccer, British Columbia Hockey League, Hockey Canada and many more. Virtual Broadcast Network also provides large mobile LED screens for city festivals, music concerts along with providing a mobile production studio to make any event larger than life.

For more information about Virtual Broadcast Network contact Wayne Price at 604-316-8901 or visit www.virtualbroadcastnetwork.com

 

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