COLORADO SPRINGS, CO – NJCAA TV (www.njcaatv.com) – the official digital video network of the NJCAA – is set to broadcast all upcoming NJCAA basketball championships for the ninth consecutive season.
Through the NJCAA’s strategic partnership with Blue Frame Technologies, NJCAA TV launched a paid subscription service for all live championship coverage in the fall of 2017.
A wide range of subscription options are available to fans, starting with a single event/broadcast pass.
|2018 NJCAA TV Subscription Plans|
|Single Broadcast Pass:||$4.99|
|*Championship Season Pass||$19.99|
|Full Year (2017-18)||$49.99|
^Tournament Pass provides access to all broadcasts from a specific championship tournament.
*Championship Season Pass provides access to all championship broadcasts from Fall, Winter or Spring.
NOTE: NJCAA member colleges participating in each championship will receive a complimentary Tournament Pass.
In addition to launching its first-ever subscription service, NJCAA TV has reached a distribution agreement with CBS Sports Digital for the 2017-18 season. Through the partnership, all NJCAA TV broadcasts from NJCAA Championships will be available to watch through CBS Sports Digital’s streaming platform, College Sports Live.
All NJCAA TV championship broadcasts will continue to be available online at www.njcaatv.com as well as through NJCAA TV dedicated streaming apps on Apple TV, Android TV, Amazon Fire TV and Roku. Fans can also download the new NJCAA TV mobile apps for iPhone and Android devices.
Fans will have the ability to engage with NJCAA TV on social media. Top plays and highlights from all championships will be posted in near real-time on Twitter @NJCAATV and Facebook. Highlights from the 2017 NJCAA Spring Championships drew over 2.7 million impressions on Twitter.
Coverage of the 2018 NJCAA Championships begins March 15th from the association’s Division III men's basketball championship at Gerry Fieldhouse in Lock Sheldrake, NY and the DIII women's basketball championship from the RVC Physical Education Center in Rockford, IL.
Subsequent winter championships set to air live on NJCAA TV include Division I men’s and women's basketball (March 19-24) from Hutchinson, KS and Lubbock, TX as well as the DII men's and women's basketball tournaments (March 20-24) from Danville, IL and Harrison, AR.
Originally launched in 2009, NJCAA TV is in its ninth consecutive year of live video coverage of NJCAA Championships and continues to be one of the most successful initiatives the association has piloted over the last decade, raising the profile of the organization, its member colleges, and student-athletes.
About NJCAA TV
Launched in the fall of 2009, NJCAA TV has become one of the most successful projects in the association’s history. For the 2016-17 season, NJCAA TV broadcasts of NJCAA Championships drew over 366,000 live viewers - a 29 percent (29%) increase from 2015-16. NJCAA TV distribution reached a major milestone with the launch of OTT streaming apps for NJCAA TV on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV and Roku in March 2017 – making the network available in over 40 million homes in the United States.