After more than a year in online radio, Hersam Acorn, the Shelton Herald’s parent company, is getting into the live video business.
If you can’t make it to Stamford for Fairfield County’s “Frozen Four” this week, you can catch all the action with live streaming video and audio from Hersam Acorn Network and HANRadio.com.
Longtime rivals No. 2 Darien and No. 3 New Canaan skate in the first FCIAC boys hockey semifinal on Wednesday, March 4, at 4 p.m., at Terry Connors Rink. They’ll be followed by top-seed Greenwich and No. 5 St. Joseph of Trumbull, which are scheduled for a 6 p.m. face-off.
Last winter, HAN Radio brought you all seven FCIAC boys ice hockey playoff games live. This year, Hersam Acorn has teamed up with the NFHS Network to add live video to HAN Radio, southwestern Connecticut’s leader in live high school sports coverage.
The live sporting events and archived video are available for a subscription fee, which varies based on how long you want access to Hersam Acorn’s content on the NFHS Network. Part of the subscription fee will benefit the ongoing operations of the Fairfield County Interscholastic Athletic Conference (FCIAC), its member schools and student athletes.
You can subscribe to watch Wednesday’s game here. Subscriptions are available for 24 hours, a month or longer. The audio feed of the broadcast on HANRadio.com and SheltonHerald.com is free.
A subscription also gives you access to archived games, which includes HAN’s video coverage of Saturday’s Ridgefield-St. Joseph FCIAC boys ice hockey quarterfinal game and Saturday’s FCIAC girls ice hockey championship between Darien and Ridgefield.
You can find those games on Hersam Acorn’s NFHS affiliate page.
The Hersam Acorn Network and HANRadio.com are part of Hersam Acorn, which covers the news, arts and sports of 18 towns in Connecticut and Westchester Couny, N.Y.
More info: HANRadio.com, email@example.com or HersamAcorn.com.