SOURCE: Network Foundation Technologies, LLC

Network Foundation Technologies, LLC

September 17, 2009 09:00 ET

Grambling State University First Live Internet Broadcast of Tigers Football Game

GRAMBLING, LA--(Marketwire - September 17, 2009) - Last Saturday's game between Grambling State University (GSU), and conference rival Northwestern State University (NSU), was broadcast live on the Internet through GSU's "GSU-TV" online broadcasting network.

This was the first live online broadcast of any GSU game, which saw the GSU Tigers defeat the NSU Demons 38-17, for their 500th football victory overall. The broadcast attracted online viewers from over 30 states and other countries, including Germany and the Bahamas. Two-thirds of the viewers were outside of GSU's home state of Louisiana.

In partnership with Network Foundation Technologies (NiFTy), which pioneered the "FREE-for-View" live Internet broadcast model using its patented NiFTyTV Online Player product, GSU-TV is a globally available, 24/7 broadcast service, showcasing GSU produced content and events, from sports to performing arts.

GSU fully intends to broadcast their home football games live on GSU-TV this season. The next home game is October 10th against Alabama A&M. Viewers can download the GSU-TV player at www.NiFTyTV.com/GSUTV.

About Network Foundation Technologies, LLC

Network Foundation Technologies, LLC ('NiFTy') is a name that is quickly becoming synonymous with the online broadcasting of large, live events to worldwide audiences. NiFTy's patented technology overcomes the scalability and cost bottlenecks associated with online broadcasting, enabling the company to bring large-scale, advertiser-supported, television-style broadcasting to the Internet for the very first time. Please visit NiFTyTV.com for more information.