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Bringing ACC basketball highlights to millions of households that have an Xbox console
Thursday, January 28, 2016 - Charlotte, N.C.: The ACC Digital Network (@theACCDN), currently available on MSN.com and other digital platforms, has launched on Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox 360 platforms. Fans may now enjoy direct access to ACC’s Official Game Highlights, Must See Moments, archival footage and unique video features on their TV through their Xbox consoles.
The video content from the ACCDN will bring Xbox users more expansive coverage of college sports, especially to the fans of the ACC’s 15 member schools. In addition to the best game highlights and moments captured every week, the ACC Digital Network programming provides daily updates to the trending stories from around the league with and also entertains fans with host Jeff Fischel’s weekly power poll rankings (http://ow.ly/3yWsWd) and Dunk of the Week (http://ow.ly/3yVPk1).
“We’re pleased that ACC highlights and video content are now available on Microsoft’s Xbox One and Xbox 360 platforms,” said ACC Commissioner John Swofford. “The ever-changing world of technology allows us to constantly improve the ability to provide fans with ACC highlights across an array of digital platforms.”
ABOUT THE ACC DIGITAL NETWORK
The ACC Digital Network (theACCDN) is a joint venture between Silver Chalice, a fast-growing digital sports and entertainment media firm and Raycom Sports, a long-time television producer and partner of the Atlantic Coast Conference. The television-quality, cross-platform digital video network covers the spectrum of one of the nation’s top intercollegiate athletic conferences, featuring both live programming and original on-demand content throughout the entire year. All ACCDN videos are viewable on theACC.com, the ACC mobile and tablet app, as well as various streaming and connected mobile and TV devices such as Amazon Fire, Apple TV, go90TM, Roku and Xbox. For more information, visit theACC.com and follow @theACCDN on Twitter and Instagram.