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Lions All-Access, New & Improved - Free

Aug. 30, 2006

Los Angeles, CA (Aug. 30) - The audio and video home of Loyola Marymount University athletics, Lions All-Access, will offer its more than 175 broadcasts free to users for the 2006-07 season. The offer comes with an overhaul of the audio and video platform offered through

For the past four seasons, Lions All-Access has offered more than 140 live broadcasts through the office website of LMU Athletics, Each year the platform "that is everything Lion" has made steps to improve. This 2006-07 season will be one of the biggest steps yet, offering its online content for free.

"With the steps has taken to improve the online audio and video content, we felt it was important to offer this service to our Lion fans for free," said LMU Athletics Director Dr. Bill Husak. "Our website is the window to our athletic department. Nowhere else can you find this type of insight to LMU Athletics. With that, we wanted to make the audio content available for free." took over the audio streaming of its network partners, which LMU is one of. The new platform launched this week for LMU with the debut of the audio for 2006-07 coming this weekend. This Friday, Sept. 1, the women's soccer game against St. Francis and the women's volleyball game against Tennessee will kick-off this season's Lions All-Access coverage.

In addition to the audio streaming, the women's volleyball team will have everyone of its home games video streamed. That will also begin with the game against Tennessee.

Added to Lions All-Access this season will be Inside the Lions presented by South Bay BMW. The weekly show will debut on Tuesday, Sept. 5 and will primarily run every Monday through the end of the athletic season in late May 2007. The show will be hosted by Jeff Lampe, the voice of LMU men's basketball. The show will highlight the weeks ahead in addition to feature student-athletes from the 21 varsity programs at LMU.

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