The Contra Costa College football team has been approached by Bay Area Sports TV about the possibility of streaming home games online, according to The Advocate, the school’s news publication.
“We’re talking about doing something we’ve never done before,” said Athletic Director John Wade, according to the newspaper, adding that streamed games draw substantial attention to college programs.
The cost to broadcast and stream CCC’s home games would be between $325 to $400 per game, according to Bay Area Sports TV.
The offer comes at a time of growth for CCC’s football program, which finished 4-1 in it division and 7-4 overall last year and had nine players sign letters of intent to play at four-year schools. In 2012, the team finished 5-0 in its division 8-3 overall.
Read The Advocate’s story for more details.