Talk of the Sound Teams Up with NeuLion, the MAAC and Iona College to Provide Official Iona Sports Content On our Site

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Screen Shot 2013 02 15 at 11 47 20 AMNEW ROCHELLE, NY -- Talk of the Sound is excited to announce a partnership with Iona College, the MAAC, and NeuLion. Talk of the Sound has been selected to display official Iona content on our site. We have been provided a video player that will run constantly updated athletic video highlights and interviews.

We hope you enjoy watching this exclusive content and rooting on the Gaels' athletic programs.

The NeuLion video player can be located along the right rail of any page on Talk of the Sound.

NeuLion is a leading IPTV company providing a comprehensive suite of technology and services to content owners and aggregators.

NeuLion provides an end-to-end technology solution which enables content to be streamed to multiple platforms through browser based devices. Content can be viewed on the computer, television through proprietary set top box, mobile and other IP enabled devices.

NeuLion has partnerships with and provides services to over 200 professional and collegiate sports properties, including Iona College, most of which are based in North America and to over 200 international television channels from over 40 countries.

NeuLion is one of the largest live streaming companies in the world and ranks consistently as a top US Internet video sports site measured by traffic year-to-date in 2009 (minutes viewed) according to comScore.

NeuLion has approximately 240 employees and principal offices in Plainview, New York and Sanford, Florida and additional offices in Toronto, Ontario, London, England, Shanghai, China and Vancouver, Canada.

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