Introduces New Miami All-Access

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Aug. 1, 2011

OXFORD, Ohio -- Miami All-Access powered by the Miami Bookstore is bursting at the seams today as the Athletic Department has unveiled new plans for the audio and video arm of During the 2011-12 athletic calendar, more than 100 live events will be aired over the internet platform.

In addition to football and hockey, which were previously shown, subscribers will now be able to watch men's and women's basketball, field hockey, soccer, volleyball, men's and swimming and diving, baseball and softball. Additionally, subscribers will have early access to Miami Magazine and game highlights, plus see special subscriber-only interviews and features.

"We are excited about these improvements to Miami All-Access," Assistant Athletic Director for Broadcasting Steve Baker said. "Last year, we provided about 20 live broadcasts in four sports, but now a majority of our home events will be aired. Fans, friends and alumni of almost all our sports will be able to tune in to watch."

The first event of each sport's season, excluding football and hockey, will be available as a free preview. The productions, which will be staffed by a student crew under the direction of athletic department personnel, will feature up to three cameras and include either radio broadcasts or public address announcements for the audio portion.

The subscription price is $9.95 per month or $79.95 per year, but new subscribers can receive a 10% discount through Sept. 2 by entering promo code 10MU10. Returning subscribers are being offered 20% off through a coupon they will receive in an email from Miami All-Access. Please note that in order to receive this, you must cancel your current subscription and rejoin. Any unused portion will be forfeited.

For additional information, contact Steve Baker in the Miami Athletic Department. For technical questions, visit the CBS Sports Help Center.

Upcoming All-Access Events
August 18Soccer vs IUPUI5 p.m.
August 21Soccer vs Morehead State1 p.m.
August 28Field Hockey vs NorthwesternNoon
September 9Volleyball vs Fla. Gulf Coast7 p.m.
September 10Volleyball vs Radford10 am
September 10Volleyball vs Alabama A&M7:30 p.m.
September 11Field Hockey vs Michigan State1 p.m.
September 16Field Hockey vs William & Mary2 p.m.
September 18Soccer vs Indiana State1 p.m.
September 24Football vs Bowling Green1 p.m.
September 25Field Hockey vs UC-Davis1 p.m.
September 30Volleyball vs Buffalo7 p.m.
October 1Volleyball vs Akron7 p.m.
October 2Soccer vs Toledo1 p.m.
October 5Field Hockey vs Ball State5 p.m.
October 7Hockey vs Bemidji State7:35 p.m.
October 8Football vs Army1 p.m.
October 8Hockey vs Bemidji State7:05 p.m.
October 14Volleyball vs Eastern Michigan7 p.m.
October 15Volleyball vs Central Michigan5 p.m.
October 18 Field Hockey vs Ohio State3 p.m.
October 22Field Hockey vs Ohio University1 p.m.
October 23Soccer vs Western Michigan1 p.m.
October 27Soccer vs Bowling Green3 p.m.
October 27Hockey vs Lake Superior State7:35 p.m.
October 28Hockey vs Lake Superior State7:35 p.m.
October 29Football vs Buffalo (Homecoming)3:30 p.m.
October 29Volleyball vs Kent State6 p.m.
October 30Volleyball vs Ohio3 p.m.
October 30MAC Soccer Tournament ¼-finalsTBD