Mountain West Conference Video Now Available from T3Media
T3Media, Inc. (formerly Thought Equity Motion), a provider of cloud-based video management and licensing services, announced that Mountain West Conference video from a range of men’s and woman’s sports is now available for licensing at its footage site, www.t3licensing.com. This news follows the initial deal announcement in November 2011.
“We are excited to now have a fully digital archive that is accessible for on-demand search, preview, and download through T3Media’s Footage Licensing site and global sales teams,” said Dan Butterly, associate commissioner – marketing of the Mountain West. “T3Media curated our library with rich ‘smart content’ metadata tags, so now documentarians, sports producers, advertising agencies, and member institutions can search, preview, and download everything from an entire game to a winning play faster and easier than ever before. The company’s specialized sports Research and Rights and Clearances services will also help save time and money during the entire production process.”
The Collection features regular season and tournament HD footage from men’s and woman’s athletics, including basketball, football, soccer, and baseball, across the Mountain West Conference’s member institutions. The archive features a range of highlights, clips, and full-length games shot from multiple camera angles not shown in broadcast. T3Media will be continually adding new-found archival and current season footage to this Collection.
“The Mountain West content is a great addition to our collegiate sports video offering,” said Kevin Schaff, CEO & founder of T3Media. “It includes footage that recounts many current professional athletes — such as Kellen Moore (Boise State), Andy Dalton (Texas Christian University), Kawhi Leonard (San Diego State), and Eric Wright (UNLV) — ‘early years’ on the field or court . We are excited to grow the value of the Conference’s digital rights and share its action packed video with collegiate sports fans across the nation.”