August 27, 2009 - by All Access Debuts Friday For 2009-10 Athletic Year

Aug. 27, 2009

Beginning with Friday’s volleyball game between Florida State and Central Michigan in the Florida State Invitational, All-Access will stream nearly 60 events during the 2009-10 athletic year including weekly football press conferences, audio for the Bobby Bowden and Leonard Hamilton Call-In Shows, numerous men’s and women’s basketball games, select baseball and softball games and many of the Seminoles’ home volleyball and soccer games. All-Access replaces ACC Select for video streaming of Seminole athletic events and is an effort by the Florida State Department of Athletics to bring the athletes and their stories to you, the fan, when you can’t get to field or arena to see your favorite Seminoles perform live and in person.

“We are very excited to continue bringing the best in Seminole athletics to the people who support us the most, Director of Digital Media Ryan Pensy said. “This is one of the best ways for us to bring our student-athletes into our fans’ homes or wherever they can turn on their computer. The production of these events will allow Seminole fans all over the world to watch their favorite teams play throughout the year.”

A variety of simple payment options are available to Seminole fans throughout the year. Fans can watch events on a pay per view basis ($7.95), on a monthly basis ($9.95) and throughout the entire year ($79.95) from the first volleyball match to the final baseball game.

For a limited time Seminole fans can receive 30% off an annual All-Access membership. Enter code NolesFan30 before payment. All-Access can be accessed by clicking here.

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