CurlingTV: Curling online, anytime, anywhere!
Starting November 8, fans can watch curling online, anytime, anywhere. The Canadian Curling Association has launched its latest online offering, CurlingTV (www.curlingtv.ca), which will provide fans with the kind of viewing experience they’ve been dreaming of – and asking for!
Want to revisit great moments from the past season? Tune in to CurlingTV.ca to view all games broadcast on TSN during the 2011-2012 Season of Champions events (the Capital One Canada Cup of Curling, the WFG Continental Cup, the M&M Meat Shops Junior Curling Championships final games, the Scotties Tournament of Hearts, the Tim Hortons Brier and the Men’s and Women’s world championships).
Want even more curling? Check out the 1955 Macdonald Brier Final from Regina, Saskatchewan, or interviews with the curlers who competed in 2011-2012 championship events. CurlingTV provides easy access to a wide variety of curling video, including historical Brier footage, instructional videos, media scrums and player interviews.
For fans who aren’t able to catch live television coverage of the upcoming season, CurlingTV will provide full-length TSN broadcasts of games from all the Season of Champions events just 48 hours after each televised draw has been completed.
And to make access even easier, fans can view their video selections through the CurlingTV.ca website or on all mobile devices.
Season of Champions action, player interviews, curling instruction, historical videos – tune into the CCA’s CurlingTV.ca starting November 8 and enjoy curling, anytime, anywhere.
Written by Canadian Curling Association
Thursday, 8 November 2012 03:24
About Canadian Curling Association
The Canadian Curling Association (CCA) is the national sport governing body responsible for the development, promotion and organization of curling in Canada. In cooperation with its Provincial and Territorial Member Associations from across Canada, the CCA provides programs and services to curlers ranging from the youngest ‘little rocker’ (age 7 and up), to those participating at ages 70 and over – and from aspiring Olympians to Canadians with special needs, coaches, curling facility operators, ice makers and officials. The CCA also oversees and provides the comprehensive management of the Season of Champions event portfolio; develops and administers the Canadian Team Ranking System (CTRS) for Olympic qualification; and organizes and operates the championship system for Juniors (under 20), Seniors (over 50), Mixed, Women, Men, University and Wheelchair.