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District Adds Live Broadcasting Technology to Stream High School Sports on the NFHS Network


Denton ISD fans will have a new option for viewing team sports this fall as the district begins offering live video streams of sporting events held at each of our four high schools.  Varsity games will be streamed live on NFHS Network (NFHSnetwork.com) through a combination of traditional cameras and Pixellot automated cameras installed at Denton ISD athletic facilities.

 

Friends, family and fans of any of our Denton ISD high schools can subscribe to the NFHS Network for an annual subscription fee of $70 and not only have full access to most of their high school athletic events but can also watch high school sports from around the nation.

 

“This agreement allows Denton ISD to live stream all football games played at C.H. Collins stadium as well as most athletic events played at all four Denton high schools,” said Joey Florence, Denton ISD Athletic Director.  “The five-year agreement allows our fans to purchase monthly or annual passes to safely watch their favorite team and players via live stream if you are a high health risk during the COVID-19 pandemic.” 

  

See below for links to each of our high schools’ livestreams:

Denton: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/denton-high-school-denton-tx

Braswell: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/braswell-high-school-aubrey-tx

Guyer: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/guyer-high-school-denton-tx

Ryan: https://www.nfhsnetwork.com/schools/billy-ryan-high-school-denton-tx

 

The NFHS Network is the current partner with the UIL to broadcast all high school playoff events.