NeuLion Inc., a Plainview company that specializes in providing — and collecting money for — TV over the Internet, has a new arrangement to deliver professional bowling shows.
The company’s video streaming deal is with the Professional Bowlers Association.
The new pro bowling video service launches in September. It will carry the World Series of Bowling starting Oct. 24.
“Bowling fans will enjoy a new online experience that offers enhancements in video quality plus interactive features,” the company says in a news release. It will “give fans a chance to follow the sport more closely through pause and rewind of live streams, highlights, chat and exclusive content 24/7.”
The group's website, PBA.com, is the launch pad for the live and on-demand video.
NeuLion has about 240 employees and principal offices in Plainview and Sanford, Fla., with additional offices in Toronto, Ontario, London, England, Shanghai, China and Vancouver, Canada.
Charles B. Wang, founder of CA Technologies Inc. and owner of the Islanders hockey team, is chairman of the NeuLion board.
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