MIAA Network prices announced


KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The MIAA office announced Thursday (Aug. 18) the 2022-23 subscription rates for the MIAA Network, with no increase in cost for any of the purchase options. Fans will again have the option to purchase individual broadcasts, monthly access or year-long access on the MIAA Network homepage.

2022-23 MIAA Network Rates:

  • Individual Broadcast Pass: $10
  • Monthly Access Pass: $25
  • All-Access Pass: $125
  • Individual Broadcast Download: $10

Additionally, fans that subscribe to an All-Access pass before August 24 will receive a $25 discount, bringing the cost to just $100 for a full year of MIAA action.

Tiger fans are encouraged to pay for their subscription through the FHSU portal to ensure that all revenue from that purchase is returned to the Fort Hays State athletic department.

Last season, Fort Hays State streamed live video of 130 contests, including all home action from football, men’s and women’s soccer, volleyball, men’s and women’s basketball, wrestling, baseball and softball. Beginning in 2022-23, all MIAA women’s soccer, baseball and softball conference regular season contests will be streamed live on the MIAA Network, joining football, volleyball and men’s and women’s basketball as mandatory broadcasts. Other sports will be at the discretion of the host institution. During the 2021-22 academic year, the MIAA Network produced in excess of 1,400 live broadcasts.

All-Access Pass holders can watch any game aired on the MIAA Network, live or on demand. MIAA Championship broadcasts are also included in the All-Access Pass and the Monthly Pass if subscription is active during the month the championship takes place.

The MIAA has used Hudl (formerly BlueFrame) as its exclusive streaming partner for the past five academic years and in the fall of 2021, became the first Division II conference to have all content behind a paywall. In addition, the MIAA became the first Hudl college client to surpass $1 million in gross receipts. In 2021-22, the MIAA distributed $500k in network revenue to its member athletic departments.

Content on the MIAA Network can be watched at www.themiaanetwork.com/fhsutigers on computers and mobile devices.

The MIAA Network is also available on four branded OTT apps: Roku, Apple TV, Android TV, and Amazon Fire TV.

Mobile devices including iPhone, iPad, and Android will work with the default web browser. Devices should be kept up to date and connected to a reliable data connection for optimal playback. Apple users and owners of an AppleTV device can simply ‘throw’ the webcast from their iPhone or iPad using the AirPlay feature. Computer users can output their display directly to an HDMI signal if supported, otherwise a converter may be required. These options may require advance setup and we suggest using an ‘On Demand’ archive to test prior to watching a live event.

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