We at iSiLIVE wish to provide you valuable insight into what it is that we do and what we take pride in. This is from us, to you, in an effort to inspire a better webcasting future.
iSi Live had a very exciting and productive fall. We headed to Austria and Slovakia to meet with our fantastic business partners Hockey Data. We have collaborated with this organization to bring Canadians and Europeans the opportunity to live broadcast sports events, as well as have dynamic statistical data displays. In October we met at the beautiful ALTIS RESORT, an impressive state of the art sports training facility. We also had meetings with the European University Hockey Association (EUHA) managers as well as our business associate, the organization RADDA. NHL fans would recognize the name, Lubomir Sekeras, a former NHL player who attended the meeting representing EUHA. At this meeting we discussed how to improve college sports, specifically hockey within the European Union.
We all believe that webcasting and sports is a great way to bring people together despite language barriers and cultural differences- the internet and the power of sports can easily accomplish this goal. With iSi LIVE’s translation capabilities in webcasting and Hockey Data’s ability to provide statistical data in multiple languages, we can come together to create new international opportunities. iSi LIVE and Hockey Data will be partnering on a joint venture called Vektorious. We have already provided this service for the Canadian Women’s Hockey League, the archived videos can be viewed in the link below.
Hockey Data were absolutely wonderful and gracious hosts and we cannot thank them enough for their hospitality and kindness. Thank you for showing our team the beautiful sites of Vienna and Graz. We would also like to thank RADDA for making this meeting possible by organizing the meeting for all of us at ALTIS. An important thank you also goes to EUHA for having a great vision of how sports and play can bring people together.
We believe we have a responsibility to increase access to and promote good sport in Canada – sport that is consistent with the True Sport Principles and ‘includes everyone’ by allowing them to ‘Be There‘.