Writer: Site Staff
Date:Thursday August 27 2009
A communication from FL Interactive:
The new season sees the launch of the FLi CLUB Player service, a brand new media platform offered to fans of 80 clubs for the 2009/10 season. CLUB Player replaces the World service, a product offered by clubs to provide premium audio, video and text content for subscribers.
Designed with fans in mind, CLUB Player provides great exclusive content and behind the scenes club features, and offers fans a host of improvements on the World service. Matchday highlights are available first on the Internet in a high quality video stream (1MB), and live matchday commentary is broadcast in near DAB quality. For 2009/10, the new service offers an interactive Match Live Centre, personalised user features, and for the first time will also be compatible with both PC and MAC users worldwide.
Ian Ritchie, Chairman of FLi said: 'CLUB Player will offer fans a ground breaking premium online service; new technology, enhanced design and a range of innovative features means fans are never more than a click away from all their team`s breaking news, goals and highlights. We believe that by offering such a great service for the fans, we can build on the success of the previous World product.'
A CLUB Player subscription costs just £3.99 per month or 10p a day, and provides access to all these fantastic new features. There has never been a better time to sign up!
Visit www.onlinefootball.org.uk to check whether this service is available for your club, or alternatively visit your club`s official website for more details. Check out the video for more information:
FL Interactive (FLi) is a wholly owned subsidiary of The Football League. FLi manages and develops the internet and mobile rights of The Football League and 80 participating clubs. These activities include the provision of official club websites, audio/video and mobile services. The FLi network is also the largest football network globally.
Date:Thursday August 27 2009
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