SSC Announces Start of Digital Network

SSC Announces Start of Digital Network

MELBOURNE, FL - The Sunshine State Conference is proud to announce the launch of a conference-wide digital network. Now, for the first time in league history, all video content produced by the SSC and its 11 member institutions will be available in one place.

The SSC Digital Network, which provides live content free to consumers, begins distribution on Friday, September 1st with a full slate of volleyball and soccer matches. Fans can now access high-quality video streams of SSC events across multiple platforms by visiting on your computer or mobile device

The SSC Digital Network also offers custom-built apps, which are available now on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, and Android TV with a Roku app coming soon. These applications provide SSC fans a seamless way to access content directly on their TVs – with no need to "relay" or "cast" the stream from tablets, phones, or desktop computers. Users can access the content simply by searching for "Sunshine State" within the interface of their choice and then downloading the free app.

League administrators chose Stretch Internet® as the official streaming partner of the Sunshine State Conference Digital Network. With Stretch Internet®, visitors to the digital network will find an easy to view conference-wide schedule of live, upcoming, and on-demand broadcasts. They will also have the option to filter by school and sport.

Fans can learn more about the platforms and compatible devices at the following links:

Stretch Internet
Apple TV
Amazon Fire TV
Android TV

About the Sunshine State Conference
Since its inception, the Sunshine State Conference has grown steadily in sports played, membership, and national prominence. Members have won a total of 102 NCAA national championships across 12 sports. During the 2016-17 academic year, SSC schools won three national titles and achieved a NCAA Division II best 86% Academic Success Rate. The SSC consists of 11 member institutions, all within the state of Florida: Barry University (Miami Shores), Eckerd College (St. Petersburg), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Daytona Beach), Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne), Florida Southern College (Lakeland), Lynn University (Boca Raton), Nova Southeastern University (Ft. Lauderdale), Palm Beach Atlantic University (West Palm Beach), Rollins College (Winter Park), Saint Leo University (Saint Leo), and the University of Tampa.

About Stretch Internet
Stretch Internet, founded in 2003 and based in Gilbert, AZ, is the leading streaming provider in collegiate athletics, boasting partnerships with more than 500 schools and nearly three dozen conferences across North America. Known for its world-class customer support and partner-first mentality, Stretch has built a user-centric platform that complements HD video with live data, social media, and a host of customizable features to deliver an immersive, one-of-a-kind experience across multiple channels.