LIve Youth Sports Network
Longwood, FL 32779, US
NOTICE TO INVESTORS: THIS PLACEMENT IS DESIGNED AS A PRE-INITIAL PUBLIC OFFERING (IPO) IN THAT, ASSUMING WE RAISE A MINIMUM OF $150,000 FROM AN ADDITIONAL 30 INVESTORS, AS SOON AS PRACTICAL FOLLOWING THE CLOSING OF THIS PLACEMENT, WE INTEND TO EITHER FILE A REGISTRATION STATEMENT WITH THE SEC ON FORM S-1 FOR THE SHARES SOLD IN THIS PLACEMENT OR SEEK TO BE ACQUIRED BY A COMPANY ALREADY TRADING ON THE OTC MARKETS. IF THE FORMER, WE INTEND TO ASK A MARKET MAKER TO FILE A FORM 211 TO SECURE A QUALIFICATION FOR QUOTATION FOR OUR SECURITIES ON THE OTC MARKETS.
Live YOUTH SPORTS Network
Live streaming high school and junior high sports across the country. Watch Live Youth Sports from your mobile phone or laptop.
Live Youth Sports was created to install webcams in ALL high school sporting venues and give an internet platform for live-stream of all junior and high school sports. Live YOUTH SPORTS Network plans on a national campaign to link school systems to our network by offering a percentage of the revenues as a “fundraiser” for the school’s athletics.
We believe this collaboration between the schools and our network will benefit all parties involved by letting traveling parents, grandparents, scouts, coaches, alumni watch and support youth athletics in their area they choose. Live Youth Sports will market locally and nationally to bring in a broad viewing audience.
Products / Services
Live Streaming on Internet
Monetization of services comes from several sources:
• The primary source of revenues is from the live feeds available by subscription on the website. The father or mother that missed attending the game who is on a business trip, the relative that cannot attend because of travel restrictions or being homebound, and the coach or recruiter looking for their next superstar either on the college or professional levels. Projections by experts in the field are $300 per game, conservative estimates are more like $100 per game when all sports are considered.
o Live streaming of events at a premium cost
o Archived viewing of events at a lower cost.
o Downloading of events for coaches, scouts or personal use.
• A secondary source of income is the rebroadcast of games by media outlets or online outlets such as youTube or Vimeo. Then a CPM (cost per thousand) can be monetized on these sites at $5 per thousand impressions. This drives advertisers to the sites monetizing the events further.
Chief Executive Officer
Shane has assisted in numerous start-up companies across the country raising over $15 million in seed money for various small and mid cap companies. He also has consulted with over 20 companies on how to go public and ways to raise capital, along with exit strategies for investors. He is married with four children living in the Orlando, FL area.
The senior advisor Steven Burhoe, Ph.D. is a professor of Entertainment Business at the prestigious Full Sail University in Orlando, FL. Full Sail (fullsail.edu) is a vocationally oriented “Real World” education institution that trains individuals for a profession in entertainment from show production to audio recording to video production to game design.
Krista Jones acts as an advisor to Live YOUTH SPORTS on its financial management, and reporting. Ms. Jones is currently the Assistant Controller of a Chicago based hedge fund which has $5 billion of assets under management. Prior to this, Ms. Jones served as the Senior Controller of a San Francisco based private equity firm and as an audit associate at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Krista is a Certified Public Accountant in the State of Illinois and has earned her Masters of Science of Accountancy and BBA in Finance with honors, both from the University of Notre Dame.