Campus Clips: XOS Digital’s PlayerOnDemand Service Grows in Popularity with Coaches

XOS Digital has surpassed 175 football coaching customers in the XOS PlayerOnDemand digital recruiting and scouting program, inclusive of more than 80% of the bowl-bound teams this year.

“PlayerOnDemand … allows coaches to recruit the best and the brightest players faster and more efficiently,” said Chris McCleary, CEO of XOS Digital. “With the recent additions of several high-profile recruiting reports, we now have the most comprehensive recruiting system to offer coaches at all levels.”

PlayerOnDemand provides the largest online video library of high-resolution recruiting game films and player profiles within the industry. As an NCAA compliant system, it is the only program available that works seamlessly with XOS Thunder, the most widely used suite of video-editing software in the Football Bowl Subdivision…

…Southern Illinois – Edwardsville’s January 21 men’s basketball game with Murray State has been selected for broadcast by ESPNU as part of the Ohio Valley Conference ‘s television package. It will be the telecast will be the first Nationally-televised basketball game from SIUE…

…Verizon is adding more local content flavor to its FiOS service in New York’s capital region: It has begun carrying some Siena College, University at Albany and Syracuse University basketball games this winter thanks to a new agreement with Time Warner Cable Sports. By establishing this agreement, FiOS customers will be able to see a number of the games in the upstate region that are currently not on national TV, including last Friday’s Siena-Fairfield game…

…Speaking of Siena, the National Football League pulled the plug on a school-planned event to simulcast Sunday’s New York Giants playoff game with the Atlanta Falcons.  Despite permission from local TV rights holder WXXA FOX23, Siena was unable to broadcast the game as planned on the video scoreboard at Times Union Center. The National Football League Office informed the College that it would be in violation of the league’s copyright interests if it did…

…Old Dominion University president John R. Broderick has been elected chair of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision presidents during the FCS Summit. His two-year term as chair will begin in April succeeding Anne Milner of Weber State.