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Ralf Jurrien : April 6th 2007 - 13:23 CET

University photos hosted by College Sport Television


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PictopiaUniversity photos hosted by College Sport Television : Pictopia, the premier photo e-commerce provider to the world’s top media companies, announced that it is partnering with CSTV (College Sports Television) and XOS Technologies to enable college and university sports teams to make their photos available online to their fans. With Pictopia printing archival-quality photo reprints on demand and providing simple tools to let them build online photo stores, college and university athletic programs can now offer a much wider range of their photos for sale. Finally sports fans are able to order art-quality photos of their favorite participating college sports team, dramatic game upset, or MVP all-stars before they go onto pro leagues.
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From crucial football games to basketball games, parents, friends and fans can now buy sports action photos as framed or unframed prints to cherish for years to come as 10”, 14”, 20”, 30” high-quality reprints with a selection of framing styles. Through Pictopia’s partnership with CSTV (a division of CBS), the most-trafficked college sports web site tracking 250 official top colleges, Pictopia is offering an e-commerce solution for university and college athletic departments that allows them to sell their photographs online. Pictopia also now enables online photo stores for members of the XOS network of 150 official university and college athletic department web sites. XOS, the interactive sports fan technology provider, can now quickly and easily enable those web sites to sell photos through its partnership with Pictopia. Pictopia-powered photo sales are now offered by including Texas A&M, University of Georgia, University of Minnesota, and Louisiana State University, among others.

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In addition, Pictopia directly operates online photo stores for several colleges and universities, including The University of Texas’ Athletics Department. The photo store is operated in parallel with UT Athletics’ official website TexasSports.com and allows fans to order exclusive Longhorns photos. Popular UT photos include shots from the 2005 National Championship Football season that culminated in the Longhorns’ Rose Bowl victory over USC.

About Pictopia
Founded in 1999 in Emeryville, California, Pictopia is the premier photo commerce provider to some of the world’s top media and entertainment companies, including the Associated Press, National Geographic, Washington Post, Gannett, and Tribune Company, among others. Pictopia has developed proprietary reproduction technology and streamlined fulfillment processes to enable these organizations to unlock the value of their vast image collections. Pictopia helps these organization sell high-quality photographic reprints directly to the public as framed or unframed wall decor for the home or office.

About CSTV - College Sports Television
CSTV, a division of CBS, is the number one online source for college sports broadband content, news, information, scores, analysis and e-commerce, generating more than 6.5 million unique users. CSTV is the most-trafficked college sports web site with its network of 250 official athletic sites for top colleges and universities. CSTV’s “GameTracker” provides live statistics and scores for more than 13,000 college sports events a year. Comscore Media Metrix recently ranked the CSTV.com network as one of the top ten destinations.

About XOS Technologies
XOS Technologies, Inc. offers its collegiate and professional partners interactive fan services platform, backed by an integrated database. XOS provides sports teams with a single, comprehensive profile of each and every fan. In 2004, XOS Technologies acquired New Media Networks and created the XOS Network business unit, which has grown from six partner sites to more than 150 today. As part of the XOS Network, sports teams can leverage online media to generate new revenue, operate more cost effectively, and extend the reach of their brand to a broader audience.





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