In a partnership with The Identity Tampa Bay and NFHS Network, Pinellas County Schools families will now be able to watch district high school sporting events from their homes or mobile devices. This partnership has allowed for the installation of 32 automated cameras at all 16 district high schools.
For unlimited access to live and on demand content from the NFHS Network, fans can visit NFHSnetwork.com, search for their desired school, Hollins High School and subscribe. There is a Monthly Pass for $10.99 a month which can be cancelled at any time. There is also a $69.99-yearly pass that is billed for 12 months at $5.83
In addition to the NFHS Network subscription option, The Identity Tampa Bay will broadcast multiple games per week as part of this cutting-edge partnership. All games broadcasted on The Identity Tampa Bay will be free to the viewer. Only football and volleyball games will be broadcasted this fall.
“We are very excited about our partnership with The Identity Tampa Bay and the NFHS Network which will allow the community to stream Pinellas high school sports on their personal devices from anywhere,” said Al Bennett, the district’s Athletics Director. “Moreover, it will allow us to promote our Pinellas County
teams and athletes to a much wider audience.”