|Limited Liability Company|
Radio Frequency Coordination
Voice over IP
|Founded||July 26, 2010|
Portland, OR USA
|Headquarters||Huntington Beach, CA, USA|
|Subsidiaries||The Rowing Channel|
Most of Netrendity's operation consist of content delivery and infrastructure coordination of such content.
Operation[edit | edit source]
In February 2014, Netrendity became the holding entity behind The Rowing Channel (TRC), a podcast network which broadcasts live events of collegiate rowing regattas in the western United States with the addition of two major events in Gainesville, GA and Boston, MA. Contrary to belief, Netrendity has no affiliation with USRowing or the International Rowing Federation.
In July 2017, for its biggest broadcasts, Netrendity became a managing partner of the operation with Iron Will Productions in Los Angeles, California.
Development[edit | edit source]
Netrendity is currently developing a sports data system called ClockCaster. Originally created to provide TRC's viewers with on-screen information, the system was aimed to be a self-publishing platform for sports timing results. Currently in "Beta 2", the project started in Fall 2015, specifically working with rowing and canoe/kayak events. While not immediately planned, there are efforts to include professional timing instrumentation, such as FinishLynx and Omega SA (See Fully automatic time).
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