February 09, 2007

Apparently, Ten Houses Is A Viable Target Demographic These Days

[filed under Unclear On The Concept even though I'm the one unclear on the concept here.]

United Hockey League commissioner Richard Brosal is apparently retiring after this season. Wait until you get a load of his plans:

Richard Brosal, commissioner of the UHL since 1997, will leave his position at the end of the season to become executive vice president of sales and marketing for the B2 Networks, which broadcast events to computers and televisions via the Internet.

B2 Networks provide coverage of UHL games, via a pay-per-view service.

We can't get anybody to watch NHL games! Why does Brosal think jumping to a network that broadcasts third-tier minor league hockey - in pay-per-view, no less - is a good career move?


Posted by Chris at February 9, 2007 06:23 PM

Category: Unclear On The Concept

I can already watch Komet players for free playing roller hockey at The Plex during the summer. :-)

Posted by: GoGuyJim at February 9, 2007 10:02 PM

Hey, Jim, good to hear from you! I thought you didn't set foot in the Plex anymore except for our lunchtime games.

Anyway, I still have your book and I promise I'll finish it before they take the rug off Court 2.

Posted by: Chris of Dangerous Logic at February 9, 2007 10:39 PM