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September 25, 2007

ULM launches new Web site with JumpTV giving Fans a new interactive broadband experience

The ULM Athletics Department unveiled its new Web site Monday morning. The Warhawks have partnered with JumpTV (formally XOS Technologies) to bring fans a brand new online experience.

"We've made giant strides in offering new multimedia content to our fans," said Director of Athletics Bobby Staub. "Our new relationship with JumpTV and the resulting web site will enable us to bring things like live streaming video and audio from games and matches and live-to-tape content from press conferences and coaches shows in the very near future."

As part of the JumpTV Network that serves more than 480 clients representing more than 900 teams in the NFL, AFL, CFL, NBA, WNBA, NHL, MLB, MLS, NAIA, NCAA and in NASCAR, JumpTV will provide ULM with full service Web features that include:

"Expanding the potential of what we are able to do with our web site is the primary reason we've partnered with JumpTV," Staub said. "Today's consumers want more from a web site than just a static page. The explosive growth of multimedia content delivery has raised the bar for all of us. Sites like YouTube, ESPN360 and JumpTV have introduced more and more people to the concept of receiving video and audio online and we owe it to our fans to stay current with the technology."

By visiting fans can purchase official team merchandise, review live stats, view streaming video of exclusive ULM content and find out the latest team information.

"What we have debuted today is only a taste of what is to come," Staub said. "More and more will be added to the web site in the coming weeks. Today we have debuted the new look of the site and we hope our fans like what they see. But we encourage everyone to keep checking back and discover the new features that will soon come."

An annual subscription for Warhawks All-Access is $59.95 and monthly subscriptions are $8.95.