XOS launches XOS Studio

XOS Technologies, Inc., the leading technology provider for maximizing the value of content, commerce and services for sports organizations and fans, today announced the development of XOS Studio, a searchable online archive of exclusive analytical coaching content, on-the-field video content and data resources for sports fans.

“XOS Studio is being developed for a very passionate sports fan, including followers of professional sports drafts, college recruiting and fantasy leagues,” said Dan Aton, XOS Chief Innovation Officer and Co-Founder. “We’re offering extensive coaching metadata and behind-the-scenes video content that can’t be accessed anywhere else. XOS Studio’s content will all be found in one central location, encompassing video and data for high school, college and professional teams to make it the most valuable resource for fans of any level.”

XOS Studio will make statistical information, alternate-angle replays, game-analysis break downs and recruiting profiles available to fans – content they can’t access anywhere else. After fans review this content, they’re then empowered to share it as user-generated content on XOS Community platforms including www.UltraFan.com. XOS Technologies also plans to offer access to XOS Studio’s video content and metadata through its aggregate broadband network of more than 150 official athletics Web sites – central online hubs for interactive fan services.

Fans can expect XOS Studio to debut late this year, as the company continues to develop a “unique” offering that sports aficionados and XOS partners can equally benefit from.

“This is just another way we’re adding value to our partner sites,” Aton said. “We’re enabling our partners to offer sticky content and data resources to take fans to a whole new level in deep statistical research and understanding. We’re excited to develop this concept further to help serious sports fans across the globe connect more intimately with their favorite teams through our vast library of searchable metadata and video content.”