XOS Technologies brings 2007 NAIA World Series to the web

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) announced today a
partnership with XOS Technologies to stream exclusive live video and audio of
the 51st Annual Avista NAIA World Series via the Internet. NAIA and XOS will feature all
tournament games through www.watchNAIA.com, a sports broadband video channel
developed by XOS Technologies.

The 2007 Avista NAIA World Series event is played at Harris Field on the campus of Lewis
Clark State College in Lewiston, Idaho, May 25 – June 1. The
baseball championship, a 10-team double elimination tournament, draws top teams
from across the country. Each game will be streamed live in its entirety
and will also be available for on-demand viewing.

“Live video streaming is a hugely popular trend in college sports. The NAIA is
pleased to partner with XOS Technologies to bring cutting-edge technology to
college baseball fans across the country,” said NAIA President and CEO Jim
Carr. “This service and partnership is a demonstration of the NAIA’s commitment
to grow its fan base. This streaming technology offering allows the top teams
in the country the opportunity to be on center stage and showcase the level of
competition and quality of play to a broader audience.”

Three different subscription plans are available for tournament coverage. Users may purchase the Early Bird Special All-Tournament Pass for only $19.95. This special is only available until 7 p.m. (CT) on Sunday, May 20. The All-Tournament Pass after May 20, is $23.95 and any single game may be purchased for $6.95. For all package subscription plans and for additional information on the NAIA tournament bracket and schedule visit www.watchNAIA.com

”The NAIA truly understands the power of broadband video,” said Harry Stiff, XOS VP of
Consumer Marketing. “XOS expands the reach of live events to bring action home
for fans regardless of location. As the leader in streaming technologies, XOS
is proud to offer NAIA fans superior, high-quality broadband video so everyone
can enjoy and support their favorite teams and sports.”