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StatsStatistics
STATSStudents Teaching AIDS to Students (American Medical Students Association)
STATSSports Team Analysis and Tracking Systems
STATSShort Term Alternatives for Therapy Services (US DHHS)
STATSStudents' Attitude Towards Statistics
STATSStatistical Analysis of Time Series
STATSStatistical Assessment Service (non-profit research organization; Washington, DC, USA)
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Through our transition to fully integrated online statistics and now with our partnership with STATS, we continue to enhance and expand the delivery of CFL statistics in real-time," said Chris McCracken, Vice President of Broadcasting and Media Assets for the CFL.
The STATS Hosted Solution[TM] is an excellent way for STATS to provide clients with all facets of our end-to-end sports content capabilities," says Vin Bagnaturo, STATS LLC's Director of Sales.
The first ever "NASCAR Box Score" will be made available after each race by STATS.
With the STATS data feed supplying up-to-the-minute sports information directly to Xstation, which utilizes our patented template-based functionality to generate graphics and video, broadcasters can easily air more compelling and relevant content," said Darin Crosby, President of Vertigo's Broadcast Solutions Division.
We expect our relationship with STATS will develop beyond Japan and North America and into Asia and Europe.
STATS will be responsible for development, web hosting, technical operations and customer service of UFC's Ultimate Fantasy Pick'em.
In this new alliance, STATS will operate as the exclusive third-party licensor of the league's real-time data feed as well as a licensor of the NHL's video highlights.
STATS is excited to integrate our sports data feeds with the innovative services of 4INFO," said Jim Capuano, vice president of sales, STATS, Inc.