K-State announces KStateHD.tv

Bring on the Cats…to your computer. Beginning August 30th, subscribers to K-State’s new online television service can watch exclusive programming and feeds to Wildcat games. Much of the on-demand programming will be free on the K-State network, but there will be a charge for live athletic events and other premium content. This includes pregame and postgame football shows, all volleyball and baseball games, and selected HD coverage of other Olympic sports. Men’s and women’s basketball games that are not selected for television will also be broadcast online.

“The launching of K-StateHD.TV is a tremendous step for Kansas State University as we continue on our path of becoming a Top 50 public research institution in the country,” university president Kirk Schulz said in a release. “Our athletics and university staff members have been working tirelessly in concert over the past year to prepare for this debut and we are excited to showcase our brand to K-Staters world-wide.”

The cost for all-access users is $9.95 per month or $79.95 per year. The ‘Cats season opener against Eastern Kentucky will air live on the network on September 3rd.

“The launching of K-StateHD.TV is a tremendous step for Kansas State University as we continue on our path of becoming a Top 50 public research institution in the country…Our athletics and university staff members have been working tirelessly in concert over the past year to prepare for this debut and we are excited to showcase our brand to K-Staters world-wide.” -University President Kirk Schulz

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