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LMU Broadcasts Go All-Access

Aug. 12, 2005

Los Angeles, CA (Aug. 12) - The Loyola Marymount University Athletics Department has joined College Sports Online to provide Lions' All-Access, the broadcasting home for its 18 varsity programs. The improved audio/video network will be based on the online home of LMU Athletics, www.LMULions.com and will broadcast more than 150 events during the upcoming 2005-06 season.

It's the best seat in the house - with exclusive live game audio, video, features, interviews, coaches' shows and more. Membership in All-Access brings the passion, tradition and excitement of the Lions directly to the LMU fan with comprehensive, easy-to access multimedia coverage. The Lions' All-Access is a continuation of the Lions' Audio Network, which began in 2003.

Since its debut, the audio network has broadcast more than 300 athletics events, including all men's basketball, women's basketball and baseball games, and selected games for women's volleyball, men's soccer, women's soccer, softball, women's water polo and men's water polo. The new Lions' All-Access will continue to bring all of the game action to the home of the subscriber and so much more. All-Access will continue to partner with KXLU 88.9 FM and KLMU 840 AM in broadcasting LMU men and women's basketball as well as the monthly coaches' show.

However, with the new partnership formed in the broadcasting portion of LMULions.com with College Sports Online, Lions' All-Access will feature video streaming. Some of the new benefits of Lions' All-Access include:

· Home team calls of more than 50 LIVE and ON-DEMAND GAMES streamed to your computer · On-Demand video and audio clips from campus · EXCLUSIVE Athlete Features · Coaches' Shows and Press Conferences (as available) · Live play-by-play and statistics with GameTracker · News, Scores and Highlights · And much, much MORE

Go to the Lions' All-Access webpage to sign-up and get all of the best that LMU athletics has to offer today. To find out which games are being broadcast, look for the link on the weekly schedule or look for the "LAA" mark on the schedule of the team you are following. It is that easy.

- GO LIONS -

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