Revised as of Tuesday, September 20th, 2011, it will be done in a totally new way, different from the 2011 Coverage. Let's just say that Mobile Coverage is the New Way to go. Also, YouTube is TOTALLY out of the question.
In January, 2011, the Preliminary Round was carried on YouTube. YouTube is too big & way too cluttered. YouTube is overcrowded with loads of Videos about everything from Conspiracies to Utter Idiots. Often, the Intelligently Made Videos are ignored in favor of Sheer Junk. The Show "Fred" has more parodies than one can shake a stick at. Many of them are in bad taste.
That will change in the 2012 Preliminary Round, when VideoBam, designed for both Desktop Computers & Mobile Devices(iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch), will carry coverage over the VideoBam Site & over "The Kenmore Corona Report" in HD 720p. This method gives the Competition Coverage some local flavour.
The Council Round will be seen over blip.tv, as it was in January, 2011. This service allows for iTunes Downloads of the segments, which can be viewed over the iPhone/iPod Touch & iPad.
The District 28Queens Competition will be carried by DailyMotion.com in HD720p, viewable on Desktop or on iOS, Android, Blackberry & Windows Phone 7 Devices, including Zune.
Queens County Championship will be on Vimeo.com, viewable on Desktop or on iOS, Android, Blackberry & Windows Phone 7 Devices. Vimeo also has a great video player.
Long Island Championship Final is on Viddler.com, viewable on Desktop or on Blackberry, Android, Windows Mobile 7. For iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch, the SkyFire Browser will be needed to view this as Viddler is Flash Based Content.
Wraparound Coverage will be on Vimeo.com(Post Game).
There will be NO YOU TUBE, because of obnoxious individuals, who think that ONLY You Tube #s count. Besides, when someone tells you that he's in a K of C Free Throw in Nova Scotia, but turns out to be 20 years older & living in Ontario, it is time to stop carrying this coverage on a service, where Idiots abound.
This is a Premier Sporting Event. It deserves better than YouTube. I'm only too glad to be bringing it on intelligent services.
Labels: 2012KOFCFT, Knights Of Columbus, Video Sharing