Philadelphia, PA – The Dad Vail Regatta Organizing Committee, host of the Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta, presented by Independence Blue Cross, Coca-Cola and PECO is pleased to announce the partnership with Broadcast To Web (formally JB Productions)to provide live streaming coverage of the races beginning on Saturday May 8 at 9:00 am continuing through the conclusion of racing scheduled to end at 5:00 pm.
With a no spectator policy in place this due to the on-going COVID-19 pandemic, everyone is encouraged to follow all the action via live streaming. For live race coverage go to www.dadvail.org and click on the live stream link.
You can also find a complete race schedule on www.dadvail.org
“The Dad Vail Regatta Organizing Committee is pleased to have Broadcast To Web return for another year and give collegiate rowers competing in the Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta the benefit of worldwide coverage through live streaming to family, friends and rowing fans,” said Jim Hanna, President of the Dad Vail Organizing Committee.
“With a strict No Spectator Policy in place due to the on-going pandemic, we urge families and friends who wish to view what promises to be an exciting day of racing this year through our livestream option.”
There will be five cameras positioned along the course from start to finish. On select races, there will also be drone coverage providing aerial views. Accomplished rower and Dad Vail Board Member Brad Negaard along with fellow Dad Vail Regatta Board member and Florida Tech Athletics Director Emeritus Bill Jurgens will provide minute-by-minute commentary throughout the day on Saturday. Joining them this year will be Ed O’Keefe, who normally has the responsibility of PA announcing.
Broadcast To Web has extensive experience live stream having provided media services for the Dad Vail Regatta Organizing Committee for a number of years.
The 82nd annual Jefferson Dad Vail Regatta will be held on Saturday May 8 and feature over 1,100 student-athletes from more than 45 colleges and universities throughout the United States.