Mate vs mate: 2014 Origin Series to be telecast on Fox Sports

first_imgTouch Football Australia (TFA) is pleased to announce that it has secured the services of Power Productions to professionally film and produce for broadcast/webcast, the 2014 State of Origin Series including an upgraded live streaming platform and elements on ‘TFATV’ (TFA’s YouTube channel).To view the live stream of the Open’s Origin games, please click here – http://new.livestream.com/powerproductions/2014stateoforiginseries. The Mixed, Women’s and Men’s State of Origin games will be packaged for a special Origin show set to broadcast on Fox Sports, just two weeks following the event. All nine games of the Series will also be live streamed featuring commentary and various interviews and other new innovations to the online package. The initial scheduling of the 90-minute TV program will be Wednesday, 8 October at 10.30am on Fox Sports 1. Be sure to lock it in to your TV viewing schedule and share this among your colleagues and friends!TFA CEO, Colm Maguire said: “Our partnership with Power Productions is a great demonstration of our ongoing commitment to broadcasting the sport on television and online and as a pivotal feature of the organisation’s forward strategy to increase significantly the profile of the game.“We have enjoyed a long and successful partnership with RJ Media previously. However, this new arrangement with Power Productions affords TFA the opportunity to expand the profile through an upgraded live streaming platform.”Power Productions has a wealth of experience and achievements in the industry televising sport and events, partnering in recent times with the NRL on the New South Wales Cup Rugby League competition and the broadcast of the GIO Cup Schoolboy’s competition, along with a wide range of other sports.Power Productions’ Managing Director, David Tapp says that he and his team is very excited at the prospect and very much looking forward to the opportunity.  “I am truly excited to partner with Touch Football Australia and to bring to life on television this key event and importantly the key people and stories that reflect this great sport,” he said.“We bring I guess a bit of a different perspective to live sport coverage and pride ourselves on an innovative and professional approach.” “We all can’t wait to get to Caloundra and hit the ground running so to speak…and there’s nothing’s quite like an Origin contest to appeal to television audiences!”Stay tuned to www.touchfootball.com.au for the links to the live streaming of games throughout the 2014 State of Origin Series commencing from 19-20 September, 2014.Related LinksSOO TV Productionlast_img

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