Grant Allows Streaming

November 1, 2018

Morristown (N.J.) High School, in partnership with the Morris Educational Foundation, received a grant from the NFL to buy a live streaming camera system.

“We are proud to be one of the first and one of the few schools in the area to have this new technology,” Smitty Horton, Morristown High School's Athletic Director, said.

According to MorristownGreen.com, the Pixelott program includes an automated camera systme, and will enable MHS to stream all games on Memorial Field and in the high school's Main Gym. The broadcast will be streamed over the NFHS website, with yearly passes sold for $50, and other subscription plans available.

“The Pixelott is groundbreaking for Morristown High School athletes, coaches, and fans,” Horton said. “Coaches can now review games and share the films with student-athletes. It is also an improvement for our fans. Working parents, grandparents, alumni fans, and community members can now watch from far away or at different times. It is great for the community.”

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