Sports Video Sharing Site Launches with NCAA Tournament

FreeTheFan.com gives sports fans interactive competition.



Mar 06, 2007, 00:00 ET from FreeTheFan.com

    JERSEY CITY, N.J., March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- In a matter of days,
 millions of people will fill out their March Madness brackets in hopes of
 defeating their co-workers and family members. But this year's tournament
 will have a new community of fans online. FreeTheFan.com launches in beta
 version today and provides a bracket competition and video-sharing
 platform. Users can discuss their final four picks, argue about which
 Cinderella team will pull out the upset and interact every step of the way.
 Fans can upload video opinions or record webcam comments directly to the
 site.
     FreeTheFan.com is a social network centered on sports talk. Now the
 average sports fan can make predictions and analyze the upcoming game just
 like a professional sportscaster. Fans can communicate by uploading videos,
 making text comments and creating groups around their favorite teams.
     Signup for the NCAA Bracket is free and prizes include a 50" Plasma TV
 and a "Webcam-A-Day Giveaway" from Overstock.com. Webcams are an easy way
 for users to post their opinions and create video blogs.
     FreeTheFan.com harnesses the power of the video sharing community and
 the dedication of the sports enthusiast. Fans from across the nation can
 compete in weekly contests by debating the sports headlines making news.
     About FreeTheFan.com
     FreeTheFan.com is the first online video sports debate. We celebrate
 the passionate and opinionated fan by offering contests that reward users
 for their talent. We strive to provide sports enthusiasts with a unique
 place to participate. FreeTheFan.com can be accessed at
 http://www.freethefan.com.
 
 

SOURCE FreeTheFan.com
    JERSEY CITY, N.J., March 6 /PRNewswire/ -- In a matter of days,
 millions of people will fill out their March Madness brackets in hopes of
 defeating their co-workers and family members. But this year's tournament
 will have a new community of fans online. FreeTheFan.com launches in beta
 version today and provides a bracket competition and video-sharing
 platform. Users can discuss their final four picks, argue about which
 Cinderella team will pull out the upset and interact every step of the way.
 Fans can upload video opinions or record webcam comments directly to the
 site.
     FreeTheFan.com is a social network centered on sports talk. Now the
 average sports fan can make predictions and analyze the upcoming game just
 like a professional sportscaster. Fans can communicate by uploading videos,
 making text comments and creating groups around their favorite teams.
     Signup for the NCAA Bracket is free and prizes include a 50" Plasma TV
 and a "Webcam-A-Day Giveaway" from Overstock.com. Webcams are an easy way
 for users to post their opinions and create video blogs.
     FreeTheFan.com harnesses the power of the video sharing community and
 the dedication of the sports enthusiast. Fans from across the nation can
 compete in weekly contests by debating the sports headlines making news.
     About FreeTheFan.com
     FreeTheFan.com is the first online video sports debate. We celebrate
 the passionate and opinionated fan by offering contests that reward users
 for their talent. We strive to provide sports enthusiasts with a unique
 place to participate. FreeTheFan.com can be accessed at
 http://www.freethefan.com.
 
 SOURCE FreeTheFan.com