New Kickstarter aims for ESPN level coverage of High School Football

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BOURBONNAIS, IL – What if your high school sports were covered by professional broadcasters, every day? Before Anything Else, Bring Entertainment to All.

That’s BAEBETA’s motto, a Kickstarter that launched this week by Social Snowball LLC. The app planned as an iPhone and Android release promises to connect a variety of different phones to offer up an HQ, low-cost broadcasting option to cover a variety of events, including high school football games, local orchestras, and more from a variety of angles, in real-time.

The platform works like this.

You sign up, connect with friends, or create a crew, and launch your broadcast, which you will be able to swap out alternative angles from a variety of friends and devices around you via Bluetooth, WiFi, and LTE devices. Which means you can connect a variety of devices, like an iPhone and GoPro, to swap out live views in real-time at local events, like an actual TV Broadcast.

Social Snowball says BAEBETA would be limited to iPhone X and above along with devices with at least a 12mp camera to ensure quality broadcasts.

The Kickstarter ends on Thanksgiving.

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About Social Snowball: Social Snowball LLC provides purely driven marketing solutions, including custom web designs, brand consultations, graphics, and marketing solutions.   More info at www.SocialSnowball.com

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