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New England Morgan to Stream Live Video



The 70th New England Morgan Horse Show will be broadcast live via pay-per-view over the Internet. The Grandstand Ring will be available for individual days priced at $12.95 and $14.95 per day with Championship and All Access packages for $29.95 and $64.95. The video feed will be delivered by Premier Horse Video, and live streaming services are provided by Hawk Multimedia. The broadcast will begin at 1 p.m. Eastern Time on Sunday, July 19. A high-speed Internet connection is required.

www.MorganHorseVideos.com is one of several new social horse sites created by Hawk Multimedia, this one dedicated to the Morgan breed. Users can tie their accounts to Facebook and Twitter, add and invite friends, create groups and add their own photos and videos (uploaded directly or linked from third party sites such as Flickr, Photobucket, YouTube or Vimeo). Help is available via LiveSupport chat in the Shop and on the live streaming pages along with video tutorials for many of the main features of the site.

Premier Horse Video has been serving the equine industry for over 20 years, providing video production and closed-circuit television feeds for the nations top horse shows. For more information, please visit PremierHorseVideo.com. Hawk Multimedia has been providing multimedia solutions for clients since 1998. For more information, contact Patrick Hawkins at 615-556-9194 orPatrick@Hawk-Multimedia.com.

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