PSN Adds Digital Media Programming to Football Coverage

PHILADELPHIA - This Saturday, when Penn Football opens its 2012 Ivy League slate on the road versus the Dartmouth Big Green, the Penn Sports Network will debut additional digital media programming that provides extended gameday coverage of the Quakers.

Beginning 35 minutes before each remaining Red and Blue gridiron contest this season, the Penn Sports Network will present Penn Football Gameplan, delivering on-line streaming audio pre-game content not regularly available during the team's terrestrial radio broadcast window. The weekly show -- through one-on-one interviews and feature segments -- will be geared toward giving greater insight into the Quakers' preparations for their forthcoming contests, as well as in-depth perspective on Penn's opponents.PSN commentators Brian Seltzer and Hench Murray will host.

To listen to this exclusive content, fans can simply head to leading up to kickoff and navigate to the 'Multimedia' section of the homepage tab bar. Upon selecting the 'Upcoming LIVE Events' option from the drop-down menu, a link to the latest installment of Penn Football Gameplan will appear among the Penn Sports Network's live events listings. The audio stream can then be heard -- free of charge, no PSN subscription necessary -- by clicking on the 'Listen Live!' link.

The Penn Football Gameplan stream will be accessible through both laptop and desktop computers, helping you stay connected with Penn Football whether you are on the move or at home.

Penn Football Gameplan will wrap up five minutes prior to the start of the Quakers' scheduled game times.At that point, a Penn Sports Network subscription will be required to log-on to either the Penn Football live play-by-play audio or video streams.