The Oklahoma Sports Network (OSN), a live streaming sports service that is located in the business incubator at the Center for Emerging Technologies and Entrepreneurial Studies at Cameron University, is expanding its coverage by adding five high schools to its network. Beginning this fall, OSN will provide play-by-play coverage of sporting events for Carl Albert High School, Midwest City High School, Del City High School, Newcastle High School and Altus High School. Games can be viewed at no charge.
“As we enter our fourth year, we’re excited to expand our network to include Altus, Newcastle and the Oklahoma City metropolitan area,” says Eric Sharum, OSN co-founder. “We looked forward to live-streaming every home and away football game so that fans of the Bulldogs, Racers, Titans, Bombers, and Eagles can catch all the action.”
Fans can watch games live or on demand from any computer, tablet or smart phone. Download the OSN app to watch games using Roku and Amazon Fire Stick.
In addition to live streaming football, OSN covers softball and volleyball games played by schools in its network, in addition to offering Game of the Week coverage of non-network schools. The OSN Network also includes Lawton High School, Lawton MacArthur High School, L:awtpm Eisenhower High School (Lawton), Cache High School, Duncan High School and Elgin High School, as well as Cameron University men’s and women’s basketball.
The free streaming service is made possible by sponsors throughout Oklahoma, including Arvest Bank, Bedrock Nursery, Boom Pa’s Burgers, Carpet One, Comanche County Memorial Hospital, Darby’s Big Furniture, 4D Landscape and Wayne’s Drive Inn.
OSN was launched in 2016. All events are live streamed in HD-TV and are archived for one year. For more information, contact Eric Sharum at 580-581-5439 or at email@example.com.
August 30, 2019