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NiFTy move by af2

By Andrew Pekarek (Published Wednesday April 2, 2008 by ArenaFan) Did you see it? Did you see the lateral on the last play of the game that gave the South Georgia Wildcats the 59-55 victory over the Tennessee Valley Vipers? Did you see the return of the Iowa Barnstormer ...more


National Science Foundation Awards Network Foundation Technologies $500k Small Business Innovation Research Phase II Grant

NFT Revolutionizes the Streaming of Online Content SHREVEPORT, LA – April 3, 2008 - Recognizing Network Foundation Technologies’ (NFT)™ patented technology for online broadcasting, the National Science Foundation has awarded the company a $500,000 Small Business Innovation Res ...more


Fans Score a Hat Trick with the Central Hockey League, 2008 Playoff Games and NFT

FREE-For-View Online Broadcasting Model Receives 25x Increase in Viewing Audience SHREVEPORT, LA – MARCH 26, 2008 - Fans are catching all the action of the Central Hockey League’s (CHL) 2008 playoff games live online through the CHL Network, in partnership with Network Found ...more


arenafootball2 Fans Can Watch Their Home Team Score With NFT's Online Broadcasting Technology

Sports Fans Have Free Online Access To All Home and Away Games SHREVEPORT, LA – March 25, 2008 – As the arenafootball2 (af2) kicks off its ninth season, Network Foundation Technologies™ (NFT) will broadcast the entire season of games online, starting this Friday, March 28. Fa ...more


Free-for-View Microcasts: A 'Nifty' Network Ad Model

For “Coach” Billy Wolf, the first commercial for Malmgrem Heavy Weights was a family affair. The night before Malmgrem sponsored the Network Foundation Technologies (NFT) Webcast of the 44th annual Golden West Open weightlifting contest, Wolf gathered his family around t ...more


A New P2P for Live Internet TV

The Louisiana startup Network Foundation Technologies believes it is revolutionizing the way live video is broadcast over the Internet. NFT President Marcus Morton said its peer-to-peer technology reduces by more than 50 percent bandwidth needs, one of the biggest costs ...more


Network Foundation Technologies Announces Partnership with arenafootball2

NFT to Begin Broadcasting Live af2 Games Over the Internet SHREVEPORT, LA – January 29, 2008 – Network Foundation Technologies, LLC (NFT) is partnering with the arenafootball2 (af2) to broadcast the league’s ninth season games for free over the Internet beginning in March of ...more


2008 CHL All-Star Game Fans Tune In To Internet Broadcast

Internet Increased Total Viewing Audience by 50 Percent Broomfield, Colorado – January 23, 2008 – Appealing to thousands of hockey fans across the globe, the Central Hockey League (CHL), in conjunction with Network Foundation Technologies (NFT), presented a live, FREE-for-View ...more


Mixed Martial Arts Live Internet Broadcast of TFA D-Day Event

Los Angeles, California – January 22nd, 2008 – Fans of mixed martial arts enjoyed a “Free-For–View” broadcast Saturday of the Total Fighting Alliance (TFA) event "D-Day", live over the Internet, from the Santa Monica Civic Center. In partnership with Network Foundation Technologi ...more


2008 CHL All-Star Game To Be Broadcast Live On CHL Network

Phoenix, Arizona - January 3, 2008 - The Central Hockey League (CHL), in conjunction with Network Foundation Technologies (NFT), announced today that the 2008 CHL All-Star Game will be broadcast LIVE on CHL Network, the online broadcast service. The telecast will serve as the on ...more


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