11.09.2007 02:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
American Football Alumni partners with College Sporting News

College Sporting News (CSN) has partnered with American Football Alumni to provide sports content and consulting services. CSN will supply American Football Alumni’s network and Web site, 11on11.com, with the latest news and original content to be used throughout its enterprise.

CSN syndicates its content to more than 135 colleges, universities, conferences and various media outlets via newspapers, magazines, radio and television, including College Sports Television (CSTV). It is also an application service provider for the Web sites of more than 30 separate sports organizations.

CSN was launched in 2000 as a news service for individuals, organizations and broadcasters who seek information about the collegiate Division I Football Championship Subdivision.

“This partnership provides a direct connection to CSN’s 135 college and university football programs and provides our AFA Network and the 11on11.com Web site with a direct source of accurate news and information about these programs, the coaches and football players,” said Stephen White, executive director of American Football Alumni and president of CoMedia, a marketing and communications company that specializes in building social communities of sports alumni. American Football Alumni is a majority-owned subsidiary of CoMedia.

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