JarvisTV and VBrick Take the Lead Broadcasting “Eagles” vs. “Aggies” Contest

VBrick
Systems announced that the 79 year old football rivalry between the
North Carolina
Central

University “Eagles” and the
North Carolina
A&T

State
University
“Aggies” will be streamed live over the Internet from

Greensboro Saturday, September 22. The
kickoff is set for 6:30pm EDT at Aggie Stadium with a live broadcast provided
by JarvisTV and VBrick Systems.

A&T
leads the series, 45-28-5, which was interrupted last season for the first time
in nearly 80 years. The streamed live broadcast will be provided by JarvisTV
and VBrick, the world’s leader and most reliable provider of standards-based
video networking solutions to educational institutions.

To view
the broadcast go to: http://www.jarvistv.com/NCCU/.

Since the
teams last met in 2005, NCCU has made two playoff appearances and won the 2006
Black College National Championship. The NCCU Eagles are 22-4 since 2005, while
the Aggies have not won in their last 19 ball games.

For both
teams, this game has attracted a great deal of local media coverage and with
the increased availability of Internet access, alumni and others will now have
a chance to view the play-by-play.

This
broadcast follows the NCCU and
St. Augustine’s
game which was streamed on September 8th to 1,329 viewers from 26 States and
three countries:

Ireland,
Dubai & Philippines.

“The
excitement of college football is a huge part drawing current students and
future students into the tradition of any school. The rivalry between the
Eagles and the Aggies is certainly one of the great ones in the southeast.
Often following the excitement that comes with these broadcasts, schools expand
the application of streaming video to include graduations, lectures and guest
speakers,” said Vincent Graziani, VBrick Chief Executive Officer.

“Our
mission at JarvisTV is to deliver high quality athletic programming to all
markets using technology that provides the highest quality possible. I think
the school, the athletics program and the alumni base of both schools will see
immediate benefit as streamed broadcasts become part of the culture,” stated
Mike Jarvis, CEO of JarvisTV.

“We’re
excited about working with VBrick and see unlimited potential generated by
providing these two great schools and their students, friends and alumni access
to the sports programs here at NCCU and A&T,” said Chancellor Charlie Nelms
of NCCU.