Opening the Vault: How Classic B-Ball Footage Finds New Life Online

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March Madness is upon us, and there are few better places for hoops fans to get their fix than the NCAA Vault. The Vault, powered by Thought Equity Motion, is a treasure for hoops nuts, hosting video content of the NCAA Basketball Tournament dating back to the 1970s — dunks, buzzer-beaters, even entire games. By allowing sports fans to relive events from the past, the Vault gives a glimpse into the future of sports video content. TechNewsWorld spoke with Kevin Schaff, CEO of Thought Equity Motion, about how The Vault came to be and where it’s going.
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