The Indiana High School Athletic Association has partnered with BlueFrame Technology on new IHSAAtv apps for Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Roku to provide fans with streaming access to IHSAA live and archived games and events.
IHSAA had also rolled out its Apple TV app last fall and now with the new apps, members of the organization “believe IHSAAtv’s presence now represents the most comprehensive offering in all the high school athletics.”
“We are excited to now offer even more ways for high school sports fans to watch all of our IHSAA Champions Network broadcasts, and the broadcasts of our affiliates, on any of their streaming devices.” Heath Shanahan, the Director of Broadcast Operations and Executive Producer for IHSAA, said in a statement. “With these new apps, we are confident that Hoosiers around the globe will have the opportunity to watch their team play live.”
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IHSAAtv broadcasts can be viewed on desktop, on mobile, and now on Internet‐connected TV devices.
Since its launch in 2010, the network has added a self-produced game each week as well as broadcasts of state championships. In 2016, the IHSAAtv platform was opened to network affiliates that provide regular coverage of local teams.