The new NCAA Vault allows users to watch 150 games from past NCAA Div I Men’s Basketball Tournaments in their entirety or to jump quickly to their favourite moments — from a particular game, or by a favourite athlete.
This cool new way of video publishing by Thought Equity Motion has broken down each game into moments and created unique URLs for them (on a frame-by-frame basis) that can be linked to in text, Twittered, and posted on Facebook. For instance, ince fans get to the NCAA Vault Web site to watch a memorable dunk, they can continue watching the game or if they want to catch more similar plays, they can scroll through the “Dunks” highlight section.
NCAA Director of Broadcasting Greg Weitekamp and Thought Equity Motion founder & CEO Kevin Schaff explain how NCAA Vault works and what they expect to come out of this program.
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Produced By: Kamelia Angelova & William Wei
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