WCSN nails deal with FoxSports.com on MSN

World Championship Sports Network (WCSN) has inked a content distribution agreement with FOXSports.com on MSN. As part of the agreement, WCSN’s Olympic-style and World Championship event video content will now be available to sports fans on FOXSports.com on MSN, and within MSN Video. Fans now have the ability to directly access WCSN.com’s branded channel on FOXSports.com under the More Sports category, as well as view exclusive sports and world record video in the Olympic Sports section. On WCSN and FOXSports.com, fans will get an inside look as their favorite U.S. and international athletes prepare for the highly anticipated Beijing 2008 Olympic Games with access to unique editorial coverage, interviews and behind- the-scenes news articles. In-depth coverage will include the Cycling Road World Championships, Gymnastics World Championships and the entire Alpine Skiing World Cup season.

“As the 2008 Olympic Games quickly approach, WCSN is committed to offering sports fans everywhere new ways and places to view the sports they love,” said Carlos Silva, president and COO of WCSN. “WCSN content on FOXSports.com will extend our reach, build the WCSN brand and demonstrate our dedication to showcasing Olympic and lifestyle sports.”

“Over the past year, FOXSports.com has established itself as the leader in online sports video, and the addition of WCSN’s unique content gives our millions of users another great reason to come to the site,” said Kyle McDoniel, vice president of business development for FOXSports.com. “We look forward to working closely with WCSN as we continue to cement FOXSports.com’s place as the top video destination for sports fans online.”

Upcoming event video highlights available on FOXSports.com via WCSN.com include:

Gymnastics World Championships from Stuttgart, Germany (Sept. 5 – 9)
Cycling Road World Championship from Stuttgart, Germany (Sept. 26 – 30)
Fencing World Championship from St. Petersburg, Russia (Sept. 29 – Oct. 7)
Alpine Skiing World Cup season starting in Solden, Austria (Oct. 27 – Mar.16)