Landmark Conference Announces Over-the-Top Applications For Live Video

Landmark Conference Announces Over-the-Top Applications For Live Video

Fans of University of Scranton athletics can now watch their favorite teams play on television in the comfort of their own homes. 

The Landmark Conference, in conjunction with streaming partner Stretch Internet, announced on Tuesday that fans can now access content from the conference office and every member institution through custom applications on Roku, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Android TV. 

The apps provide fans a seamless way to access content directly on their televisions, with no need to "relay" or "cast" the stream from tablets, phones, or desktop computers. Users can access the content simply by searching for "Landmark" on the app interfaces on any of the compatible devices, and then downloading the free app. Pay-per-view events are currently not available on the Roku platform. 

Using the professionally-designed, intuitive interface, fans can easily view a conference-wide schedule of live, upcoming, and on-demand broadcasts – or filter by a specific school. Fans can learn more about the devices at the following links:

Apple TV:
Amazon Fire TV:
Android TV:

Stretch Internet, founded in 2003 and based in Gilbert, Ariz., is the leading streaming provider in collegiate athletics, boasting partnerships with more than 500 schools and nearly three dozen conferences across North America. Known for its world-class customer support and partner-first mentality, Stretch has built a user-centric platform that complements HD video with live data, social media and a host of customizable features to deliver an immersive, one-of-a-kind experience across multiple channels.