CONCORDIA — As many fans may have already noticed, the streaming services provided by the Cloud County Community College athletic department during the 2018-19 school year has a new and improved look.
In August, Cloud County became one of the current 10 Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) members to partner with Blue Frame Technology, which has served as the online digital video network for the NJCAA TV since 2015 and the platform for the KJCCC Sports Network since the start of the 2017-18 school year.
The creation of the T-Bird Sports Network is a significant step up for Cloud County athletics after previously broadcasting events in standard definition on YouTube. The switch provides fans with an opportunity to watch Cloud County scheduled events, either live or “On Demand,” in 720p high definition online at cloudtbirds.com, kjccc.org, as well as the KJCCC Sports Network mobile app for Apple and Android devices.
Cloud County broadcasts can also be seen via the official NJCAA TV mobile and television streaming apps. NJCAA TV apps are available as free downloads through the Amazon Fire TV and Amazon Fire TV Stick, the Play Store on Android TV, the App Store on Apple TV, and as a Streaming Channel on Roku. They provide NJCAA fans quick and easy access to their favorite live and archived events produced by the NJCAA and any of its member colleges that are clients of Blue Frame Technology.
The live-first app design immediately presents the timeliest content from across the entire network. NJCAA championships and member college content are organized by channels within the app, and the user-configurable interface allows viewers to efficiently search through thousands of archived broadcasts.
Cloud County Community College is excited about its partnership with Blue Frame Technology and will continue to look for innovate ways to showcase student-athletes.