Clarkson University Partners with B2 Networks

B2
Networks and Clarkson Athletics today announced that Golden Knights men’s and
women’s ice hockey will be broadcast live on B2 Networks, its new exclusive
home for broadband broadcasting. The partnership will begin this fall with home
games for both men’s and women’s ice hockey being shown live on the world’s
premier broadband broadcasting network.

With the
addition of Clarkson, B2 Networks has partnerships with four members of ECAC
Hockey for both men’s and women’s ice hockey; Clarkson, St. Lawrence, Brown and
RPI. Clarkson’s away games at B2 partner institutions will also be broadcast
live and be available to fans worldwide.

“Our
relationship with B2 Networks will provide yet another outlet for our faithful
fan base to watch Clarkson Hockey,” said Steve Yianoukos, Clarkson
University Athletic Director. “With more than 30,000 alumni scattered all
over the country and world, this partnership will allow anyone to keep
up-to-date with the program.”

By teaming with B2 Networks, Clarkson ice hockey will be available for viewing
by a worldwide audience. Live hockey games will be aired through the school’s
athletic website http://www.clarksonathletics.com as well as http://www.b2livetv.com.
Fans wanting to watch Golden Knights hockey via B2 Networks will need a
high-speed Internet connection and a current version of Microsoft Windows Media
Player. Games will be sold on an individual basis for $6 (

US), and a
season pass to view all Clarkson men’s and women’s ice hockey games broadcast
on B2 Networks for $50 (US) will become available in the near future.

“We
are extremely pleased to add such an outstanding collegiate partner in

Clarkson
University, the fourth ECAC Hockey
school to join B2 Networks” stated Richard Brosal, B2 Networks Executive
Vice President for Business Operations and Marketing. “With traditionally
strong teams and the men’s squad ranked No. 1 in the ECAC Hockey Preseason
Coaches Poll, Clarkson fans will enjoy greater accessibility to their teams’
successes this season and beyond.”