What is the School Broadcast Program?

The School Broadcast Program (or SBP) lets high schools produce and broadcast their own games, pep rallies, news shows, and any other event live on the NFHS Network. We have a dedicated support team and account managers to assist these schools with using our platform to stream their events. Most of these events are done by the actual students, and it is a great way for them to get real world experience and exposure to an always evolving technology platform. 

The NFHS Network School Broadcast Program (SBP) makes it easy for students to produce live video broadcasts by providing the software, tools and training they need for free. With our proprietary technology, schools can produce and distribute high quality events throughout the year including regular season sports, graduation, band, cheer events, as well as other school activities. Broadcasting these events on the NFHS Network is a great way for a school to showcase its students and activities while strengthening the connection with parents, players, boosters and the community. The platform allows both live streaming and archiving for on-demand viewing. Your fans will be able to watch your events whenever they want, wherever they are. Becoming part of the NFHS Network School Broadcast Program is free and you can get started with as little as a camera, a laptop, and an Internet connection.

To learn more about SBP or if you are interested in getting your school onto the program, please visit

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