Vito Pilieli of the Ottawa Citizen talked to Mark about the exciting new venues that Crowdwave will be installing in for the upcoming 2010-2011 NBA and NHL season and wrote a story for the front of today’s business section. Read the coverage here.
The insightful Jon Cudo interviewed Mark for his industry leading blog on Gameops.com. Listen and read about it here.
Dallas Mavericks to add CrowdWave’s interactive game system and “Vision Interactive”™ technology to their gameday entertainment lineup for the 2010-2011 season. Click here for more information.
CrowdWave releases enhanced version 2.5 of its Vision Interactive™ game system software for sponsored interactive gameday entertainment in major sports arenas and stadiums in time for the start of the 2010-2011 NBA and NHL seasons. Click here for more information.
CrowdWave was featured in this month’s Partnership Activation 2.0 Newsletter. Check it out and look for our writeup on page 2! Partnership Activation Inc. provides “sports business professionals with consultation of industry best practices and innovative sponsorship/marketing concepts.” Thanks for the recognition, Brian and company!
Leading technology magazine Wired posted a CrowdWave feature on their sports blog last week. Check it out right here.
CrowdWave officially launched in the NBA at the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland on Friday night. “Dance Off” received an incredible reception from the enthusiastic crowd at the Q during the 1st timeout of the Cavs game against the Pacers. From there, the system was used a total of eight times during a busy weekend that included one Lake Erie Monsters’ and two Cleveland Cavaliers’ home games. What a start!
The Cleveland Cavaliers officially announced CrowdWave’s April 9th NBA launch! See the press release on Cavs.com
Mark stopped by the Live 88.5 FM studios to chat with the crew from the morning show, “The Start Up”.
For almost a week, CrowdWave has been in the news. It started on Friday, January 29th, with a front page feature in the Ottawa Citizen that was picked up across Canada by a number of other major urban Canwest dailies. It continued with stories on both local CBC Radio and Television stations. By the end of the day, CrowdWave was a feature story on “The National”, on the CBC News Network, CBC television’s national all-news specialty cable channel. On Monday, February 1st, CTV joined in with a local news feature and later in the week CrowdWave was the subject of a major story in the Ottawa Business Journal. Could we be on to something?