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October 9, 2014

Central Coast Mariners go live with VPA

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Central Coast Mariners have collaborated with performance analysis and broadcast services company VPA Productions (VPA) for a series of live streams for the upcoming A-League season.

In addition, VPA has also become an Official Media Partner of the club.

In bid to enhance engagement with media, members and supporters throughout the season, the Mariners will broadcast live interviews with Head Coach Phil Moss plus a selected player the day before each game this campaign, as well as the club’s post-match press conferences whenever the team is playing on the Central Coast, Sydney, Western Sydney and Newcastle.

VPA Productions founder, Luke McCoy, commented, “once again we are extremely pleased to be involved in an innovative project with the Central Coast Mariners. We always enjoy working closely with our local Hyundai A-League team to broaden the exposure of the Mariners not only across the Central Coast, but to Hyundai A-League enthusiasts across the country and the world.”


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