The live webcast stream drew over 7,500 viewers for the Friday night contest. The all-student production consisted of nine members. Seniors Jake Klimcak and Ryan Klimcak provided the play-by-play and color commentary. Seniors Vicram Chatterjee and Matt Hix directed, technical directed and produced. Camera operators included juniors Braden Zinn, Tristan Russell and Nate Badgley. Assistants included senior Matt McGough and sophomore Erikk Caraballo.
WVTV had the help of some new equipment, which was granted to Indian Prairie School District 204. Media students worked with NewTek's tricaster 460 for the first time, which enabled them to control video, audio, graphics and replay all from within one machine. In addition, WVTV had cable of up to 300 feet, which enable the crew to place additional isolation and replay cameras on the field for the first time. A new intercom system helped increase communication between the students over great distances without interference.
After this successful first run, WVTV will try to cover other fall sports, such as volleyball and soccer, as well as school events, such as music concerts. WVTV will webcast again on Friday, September 23 when the Warriors host Metea Valley.