American Arena League has entered into an agreement with Backlight TV to televise select games during the 2018 season. Games will be produced in high definition while utilizing three cameras, and a two person announcing crew. Games will be televised nationally on the internet, traditional cable and satellite outlets such as DirecTV.
In addition new content platforms like Connected TV will be utilized. Connected TV will engage both national and international audiences. This allows viewers to watch games on multiple platforms including laptops, tablets and smartphones.
Connected TV is the wave of the future.
Northeast Sports Network
The AAL has another television partner Northeast Sports Network who will concentrate on filming, produce and airing games in the Northern Division.
NSN develops the expansion of athletic, academic and entertainment programs through the use of emerging production technologies. With a focus in athletics, they bring local, regional and national audiences both online and through other networks.
Sports Radio America
The American American Arena League and Sports Radio America announce a multi- year exclusive radio broadcast partnership for the "American Arena League on Sports Radio America Game of the Week" beginning in March of 2018.
Under the agreement SRA will produce and air live the best AAL weekly match ups, airing 6-8 regular season games a season as well as the AAL playoff and championship games. The broadcast will provide two sportscasters and 1 technical producer per game and will run for the 2018, 2019 and 2020 seasons.
Sports Radio America is a wholly owned subsidiary of Tyayoku Studios. Tyayoku Studios is a Privately owned Limited Liability Company formed and headquartered in Louisville, Kentucky.