ScoreStream crowd-sources local sports data via smart phone apps and data mining of social media. Capable of sourcing any sports data, ScoreStream proved in 2014 to be the only platform capable of sourcing over 7,000 live high school scores per week. Despite high consumer interest, coverage of high school sports is cost prohibitive and in decline. National coverage of high school sports is non-existent. ScoreStream empowers stations and RSNs to cost-effectively cover local and prep sports in real time, thereby differentiating themselves in their markets and unlocking new ad-dollars. Ultimately, ScoreStream has the potential to become the "Waze of Sports", fundamentally altering the way sports content is created, shared and consumed.