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Harvard University Athletics Tapped WSC Sports to Provide Global Content Solutions

WSC Sports, the global leader in AI-powered video content, today announced the addition of Harvard University Athletics to access their AI-powered platform for instant delivery of highlights and additional media across Harvard’s digital channels. WSC Sports’ platform analyzes all Harvard sporting events and has the ability to create an array of digital content such as game/season recaps and previews, live highlights, customized player video packages, and more.

WSC Sports is revolutionizing Harvard Athletics’ content workflows and storytelling opportunities for its student-athletes and fans. The solution analyzes each game in real-time and automatically creates and distributes highlights to Harvard’s digital channels and social media accounts, including WSC Sports has transformed other universities’ social presence, including LSU, BYU, USC, University of Pittsburgh, and more.

“We are thrilled to be working with such a historic institution like Harvard to enable greater access for fans across the athletic department’s 42 varsity D-I programs,” said Joe DaCosta, Head of College Sports at WSC Sports. “In just a few months, we have already seen the impact our technology has had on the content strategy deployed by Harvard. It is a model example of what our technology opens up for innovative social and digital teams.”

“WSC Sports has revolutionized the way we cover our live events at Harvard. The way the platform bridges simplicity and quality has allowed me to share our content with a wider range of users to better inform our audience of all things Harvard Athletics.” – Phil Tor, Assistant Director of Communications/Creative Solutions, Harvard University Athletics.

“WSC Sports has made a significant impact on the way that we are able to deliver in-game video content to our fans in real-time. Particularly with its AI infrastructure for basketball and football, we are able to share clips in a more efficient manner than ever before,” said Nick Dow, Assistant Director of Communications, Harvard University Athletics.