DURHAM, N.H. – The University of New Hampshire athletics department would like to highlight a few of its cutting-edge features to its newly revamped website. 

•    Live audio streaming, Podcasts
This feature allows fans to listen to free live play by play action from  men’s ice hockey, football  and selected basketball, women's hockey games streamed live over the internet using QuickTime player. Users of the live audio streaming will be able to listen to the UNH coach’s show every Monday night during both football and hockey season. After the live broadcast fans can also sync the audio files of games through Podcasts onto their iPod for free.
•    Live video streaming
For the third straight season UNH will offer top of the line live video streaming via UNHWildcats.tv. Live video streaming gives fans the opportunity to watch live coverage of football, volleyball, hockey, basketball and gymnastics. UNH has once again partnered with Pack Network to provide online video streaming as well as a behind-the-scenes look at UNH athletics through player and coaches interviews, highlights and an in-depth archive section of all video available on UNHwildcats.TV. With such extensive features, UNH fans are encouraged to buy the “Wildcat All-Access” which is an annual subscription for $79.95 that provides live coverage of various UNH home athletic events and premium content. However, fans can also purchase home events on a per-game basis for $6.95.
•    RSS feeds
Another way for fans to get connected to UNH athletics is through RSS (Really Simple Syndication) feeds, which collect new content from the web sites you visit most often and distribute it to your desktop, browser or e-mail account. Every time we publish updates to our web site, the corresponding information is published immediately to our RSS feeds, this way fans can stay connected with their favorite Wildcat teams around the clock.
•    E-Scores, Texts Alerts and E-Newslettter
RSS feeds aside, fans can also keep up with all the Wildcat action with E-Scores, Text Alerts and the E-Newsletter. With E-Scores and Text Alerts, fans will have scores for all the latest Wildcat action sent to their email addresses and cell phones, respectively. In addition, fans can become part an e-mail list that will enable game stories to be sent directly to their e-mail addresses. All completely FREE!!
•    Video Player
Another facelift to the athletics website is the video player on the homepage that provides highlights and a more in depth look into the world of UNH athletes and coaches. The video player feature will provide fans with a host of videos to watch at their leisure, allowing viewers to play, pause and fast-forward and rewind clips at anytime.
•    Online media guides
For the first time ever, UNH will be featuring full-length media guides for each of its teams on the website. Each media guide provides readers with a closer look into their favorite teams with player bios, coaching profiles and a detailed history of every respective team. Media guides also highlight each team’s previous season as well as the season to come with an in-depth outlook.
•    Twitter, Facebook and Live stats
Just as things have changed, many things have stayed the same for UNH athletics as fans can once again follow UNH on Twitter to keep up with the latest headlines and scores. Facebook is another option for fans as it keeps fans up to date with constant releases of the latest news regarding athletics as well as game stories. Live Stats also returns once again, keeping fans informed of the scores of every UNH athletic event as soon they happen.

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