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WTA TV Developed By Xerox Launches

The user-friendly, interactive viewing guide will allow fans to see broadcast information for WTA Premier events based on their location

Published January 28, 2014 12:14

WTA TV Developed By Xerox Launches
WTA TV developed by Xerox

ST. PETERSBURG, FL, USA - The WTA has announced the launch of WTA TV developed by Xerox, an interactive viewing guide that will allow fans to track the latest broadcast information for WTA Premier events based on their location.

Click here for our WTA TV developed by Xerox page.

WTA tournaments were broadcast in 164 international markets in 2013, with more than 400 matches from 22 Premier events shown. The introduction of WTA TV is aimed to empower fans and create a more user-friendly experience for following tournaments throughout the year.

"Since Xerox has joined the WTA family as a partner, they've brought the fans of women's tennis closer to our stars and enriched the fan experience," said WTA Chairman & CEO, Stacey Allaster. "For fans who travel, they'll never have to wonder again what channel is covering a WTA tournament. Now, with a simple click, they'll know."

"Xerox and the WTA are always considering natural ways to help each other achieve business objectives and amplify reach. It's the essence of our partnership," said Jon Levine, Vice President, Xerox Global Experiential Marketing. "WTA TV is just one proud example of a program we were able to develop for our partner through the services that Xerox has to offer."

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