Internet Webcast and Streaming FAQs

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Local leagues and districts are welcome to share their Little League® activities via the Internet using webcasting and streaming platforms.

If a league is self-producing a commercial-free webcast or contracting with a webcast/streaming platform, Little League International does not require notification.

All other webcasts require a contract agreement between the league, the district and the third-party company before the webcast can be streamed (live or recorded). All commercial webcasting contracts are available on the Forms and Publications page under Media.

For more information visit or review the “Radio, Broadcast Television, and Livestreaming/Webcasting” section of the “Guidelines for Conduct of Tournament” in the current year’s Little League Baseball® and Little League Softball® Official Regulations, Playing Rules, and Policies.; and in the Little League Rulebook App.

NOTE: Any streamed Little League-related content may be subject to review by the Little League International Charter and Tournament Committees in Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

Agreements and additional guidance are available from Little League International by email, at: [email protected].

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