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UK revamps Web presence with video focus

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 08 / 31 / 15

When University of Kentucky football coach Mark Stoops conducts his first call-in show of the season this week, video of the show will be simulcast on the school’s official athletic website. That’s just one of the new ways Kentucky intends to bring more video to its revamped UKathleti...

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