Select Fans Could Get Inside Look at the Lives of Football Stars with Interactive Channel by Internet San Francisco

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Sports fans are enthusiastic. They like to know every intricate detail of their favorite sports stars. Most of these items are broadcast on national TV or through official websites, but a new, exclusive look at the lives of football stars may be available to individuals who subscribe to an Internet San Francisco company.


Seattle, Washington, United States., February 2, 2014 - (PressReleasePoint) -

 
Sports fans are enthusiastic. They like to know every intricate detail of their favorite sports stars. Most of these items are broadcast on national TV or through official websites, but a new, exclusive look at the lives of football stars may be available to individuals who subscribe to an Internet San Francisco company.
 
“We are currently working with several football stars to see if they were interested in offering subscribers the chance to see what it is like to be a football star”, explained the CEO of the Internet company. “We really think that there is an interest for this type of thing and by offering it we stand out from our competition.”
 
Subscribers to the Internet San Francisco company would be able to get inside access to training camps, practices, press conferences, locker rooms, and even traveling. This would be documented through live documentaries, interviews, and an almost reality-like show.
 
“One of the most commonly asked questions we receive from fans is ‘what is it like to travel as a sports star’”, said one of the football players who is interested in taking part in the project. He wished to remain anonymous due to the contract not being finalized. “I think this unique offer to subscribers would allow people to really get a rare look at their favorite sports stars.”
 
There is much debate over this relatively new and interactive offer to sports fans. One of the biggest concerns is how much to show. There is a lot of debate over the fact that opposing teams could essentially sign up for the service and use it against the team.
 
“We are currently trying to work out with the teams and players how much to show and what to show”, explained the marketing director for the Internet San Francisco company. “We would hate for other teams to use the information presented for their own gain. We are trying to work out a happy medium.”
 
If all were to go well with this type of project, other Internet companies in other areas could pick it up. Currently, the Internet San Francisco company is the only one that is trying to do it. However, once legal details have been worked out, other companies will probably jump on board.
 
“We are like pioneers in this area”, said the marketing director. “There is a lot to work out, but once it is worked out, people will be jumping at the opportunity to take part in this type of experiment.”


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