Sunshine State Conference Enhances Live Content Offerings for 2018-19

MELBOURNE, Fla. – The Sunshine State Conference announces conference-wide partnerships with BlueFrame Technology and StatBroadcast® Systems for the 2018-19 academic year.

One year ago, conference administrators announced the launch of the Sunshine State Conference Digital Network, where, for the first time in league history all video content produced league-wide would be available in one place. Over 1500 events, including 11 conference championships, were broadcasted on the Sunshine State Conference Digital Network during its inaugural year, marking the venture a success after years of development.

Moving into year two, league administrators have chosen BlueFrame as the official streaming partner for the SSC Digital Network. With BlueFrame, all 11 SSC member institutions and the conference office have a dedicated video portal page where live and archived footage can be easily accessed. Fans can find high-quality video streams of SSC events for free on multiple platforms by visiting on a computer or mobile device. The SSC Digital Network also offers custom-built apps on Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Android TV, and Roku. All apps are available now for free download by searching “SSC Digital Network.”

Along with the transition to BlueFrame, SSC administrators expressed value in a unified live stats offering by electing to partner with StatBroadcast® for 2018-19. The SSC and league members will now be able to deliver and distribute real-time statistical information to a variety of different platforms and audiences for free while maintaining a similar look and feel. The partnership with StatBroadcast® includes a conference-wide live scoreboard hosted on the SSC’s website and a central live stats page for all conference events.

Unified moves to BlueFrame and StatBroadcast® position the Sunshine State Conference among the top of NCAA Division II in regards to comprehensive live content offerings.  Fans will be able to find live content on the SSC Digital Network, SSC Live Scoreboard, and SSC Stats Central beginning with a full slate of volleyball matches on August 24th.

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About the Sunshine State Conference
Founded in 1975, the Sunshine State Conference has risen from a single sports organization to the Division II “Conference of National Champions.” Since its inception, the conference has shown steady growth in sports played, membership, and national prominence. Member institutions have won a total of 104 NCAA national championships across 12 sports and boast an NCAA Division II best 86% Academic Success Rate. The SSC consists of 11 member institutions, all within the state of Florida: Barry University (Miami Shores), Eckerd College (St. Petersburg), Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University (Daytona Beach), Florida Institute of Technology (Melbourne), Florida Southern College (Lakeland), Lynn University (Boca Raton), Nova Southeastern University (Ft. Lauderdale), Palm Beach Atlantic University (West Palm Beach), Rollins College (Winter Park), Saint Leo University (Saint Leo), and the University of Tampa.

About BlueFrame Technology
BlueFrame Technology is the only end-to-end live streaming technology provider specialized for the sports market. BlueFrame’s software, network, and support make it easy and cost-effective for teams, groups, conferences, and organizations to stream their video content.  Founded in June 2015, BlueFrame has over 500 customers servicing over 100,000 live broadcasts. BlueFrame services all levels of sports organizations with the majority of our clients in the collegiate sports market. For more information, visit

About StatBroadcast® Systems
StatBroadcast® Systems is a sports statistics technology and media relations partner for athletic programs and events, assisting programs, at all levels, in distributing and broadcasting real-time statistics information from events to a variety of different platforms and audiences. StatBroadcast® has been in operation since 2004 and is the leading provider of statistics technologies for collegiate athletics nationwide, serving more than 275 universities and colleges, 36 athletic conferences, 42 college football bowl games and more than 30 national championships.

Contact: Robert Brennecke, Associate Commissioner for Strategic Communications (

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