A stream of a game between perennial Mississippi powerhouse South Panola and Clinton High drew 9,000 viewers.

Source: Mississippi Business Journal

A football game last fall between perennial Mississippi powerhouse South Panola and Clinton High drew 9,000 viewers on WSN.

No, WSN isn’t a television station. It’s a streaming network.

Such demand was latent until recent years when digital technology created an audience.

The Collierville, Tenn.-based video streaming company was born in the laboratory of Innovate Mississippi in 2010 and sees a future with a national scope through its lens.

Wifi Streaming Network was the brainchild of Charlie Helms.

For more on this story, visit the Mississippi Business Journal.

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