LOS ANGELES - The Los Angeles Galaxy, today, announced a ground breaking partnership with digital media company RealPlayer for their streaming services during the 2018 and 2019 season.
"We wanted to be on the cutting edge of entertainment and sports," stated Pete Vagenas, vice president of soccer operations. "This partnership with RealPlayer, a leader in the digital video revolution on the information superhighway, will allow us the ability to reach shutins and loners that spend all their time online."
Insiders indicate that the Galaxy fluctuated between an offer from RealPlayer and an offer from Live365 with owner Philip Anschutz advocating heavily for the latter as he reportedly stated, "Radio is the future! And now it can be streamed online!!"
The Galaxy also announced a practice kit partnership with Winamp as Vagenas stated, "all of our supporters know that Winamp... well it really whips the llamas ass."
Details of the streaming partnership with RealPlayer indicate that supporters will need to sign a shockwave covenant stating that they will download the plug-in so that the service can function correctly.
The Nutmeg News will have more on this as the Galaxy look into a stadium sponsorship with the Atari Jaguar.