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The Cardinal Channel Offers Enhanced Hoops Coverage
Courtesy: Stanford Athletics  
Release: 12/27/2011

Dec. 27, 2011


STANFORD, Calif.- As both Stanford basketball teams transition into the Pac-12 portion of their schedules, fans are reminded to visit www.gostanford.com for enhanced hoops coverage from The Cardinal Channel, the exclusive video network of Stanford Athletics.

Among the featured content from The Cardinal Channel to date:

Need to satisfy your postgame fix? Make sure to check in after select home games for hard-hitting analysis. Cardinal Channel broadcasters Kevin Danna, Rosalyn Gold-Onwude and Tim Swartz headline an all-star crew, providing the viewer with the inside scoop in a unique and informative postgame package that also includes game highlights. In the following segment, Danna and Gold-Onwude break down Stanford's victory over Fresno State.

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Intrigued just as much by what happens off the court? Then keep an eye out for periodic episodes of "The Real Ladies of Maples", an original docu-series that gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at members of the Cardinal women's basketball team. Stanford players provide insights into their experiences with commentary throughout each episode, letting you into what it's like to be a part of this talented, crazy and fun-loving group. Check out the debut episode.

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In addition to showcasing their talents on the court, members of both Stanford basketball teams have other stories to tell. The men's squad boasts a senior class president. The women's team can trot out four national anthem singers. That being said, The Cardinal Channel also focuses its attention on all aspects of both programs. That includes the student section, with the Sixth Man Club featured in the following vignette after Stanford's victory over NC State.

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The Cardinal Channel boasts a wide-ranging mix of editors, videographers, filmmakers and man-on-the-street interviewers, but the one common theme is obvious: creativity. In addition to producing feature-oriented content for the website, the group is also responsible for creating entertaining vignettes that appear on the video board at home games. Example? Check out the following Green Screen Breakdown video featuring the women's team.


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