It is time for Fastpitch TV to show its stuff.
For the last 5 years, or so I have gone to the Women's College World Series> I took photos, filmed interviews, and gathered information for blog posts.
To be direct, and to the point, that was a terrible way to cover a great event like the Women's College World Series. While The Fastpitch TV Network has more distribution points than any other fastpitch softball media company, I still covered the event like a photographer that was selling a few photos.
I have spent years building The Fastpitch TV network into the number one media network for fastpitch softball on the planet.
I produce five different video shows at Fastpitch.TV which have had over three million views. The new FastpitchBlog.com is burning up the softball world with blog posts from some of the best softball bloggers in the country. I have the Fastpitch Magazine, which is the only true e-magazine just for fastpitch softball. Then there is the Fastpitch Radio Show. which is the oldest, and longest running sports podcast on the planet. Then I have six iPhone apps just for fastpitch softball. I even have a free photo sharing site at SoftballShots.com.
When it comes to fastpitch softball, I think you will agree that I have more distribution possibilities than anyone one else.
This year I am going to take my coverage of the Women's College World Series to the next level. I hope to offer more coverage of the Women's College World Series than anyone has ever offered.
I am going to have a small crew involved in Oklahoma City this year. The crew will consist of a video/photo editor, a couple of bloggers, and myself. We will post daily updates after every game of summaries, and box scores. We will Blog through out the event every day with great information, and stories from the event. I will bring you after pre-game, and post-game interviews with coaches, and players. Great guest interviews from other softball greats attending the event. Audio updates from the Fastpitch Radio show. Photo updates from every game, and much, much more.
Yes, this year will be the start of the best coverage in the history of the Women's College World Series by The Fastpitch TV Network.
All this and more will be brought to you free of charge. That's right eight days of non stop softball information all available at The Fastpitch TV Network. What else could you ask for? I am not sure, but I bet I figure out something more before its over.
Here are a few people that will be writing posts from the WCWS for you. I will add people to this article as they commit.
Rob Crews is based in Southern New York, and is one of the most sought after hitting coaches in the country. He is the Author of the book, Complete Game: The Emotional Dynamics of In-Game Focus.
Rob provides consultant services for hitting coaches and develops hitting models for professional, olympic, and amateur softball and baseball programs. He served as the hitting coach for USSSA Pride (NPF) in their 2010 championship season, along with Tim Walton (UF), and Beth Torina (LSU).
As a consultant to companies like SKLZ, AXIS Bats, Bratt Sports, and MicroGate USA, Rob is continually developing comprehensive accelerated training systems that involve modern sports psych, neuromechanics, and visual strategies for efficiency in recognition and tracking.
Bill Plummer is a graduate of Indiana University, Ind. Bill has been involved in softball for more than four decades. For 30 years he was a fixture at the ASA National Office in as a communications coordinator, manager of the ASA National Softball Hall of Fame and historian.
In addition, he also served as the editor of the ASA official newsletter, The Inside Pitch, and as the Trade. He has written widely about the sport and has contributed to 13 books. In 2009. he authored “The Game America Plays”. In 2012, he co-authored “Best of the Best-Women’s Fastpitch”
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