Mark is a journalist based in Baltimore.
Eye-popping 360-degree display highlights New Mercedes Benz Stadium
Panasonic LEDs complement action on the fields and stands
Hearst station gets a refresh
Flexibility, scalability, adaptability and expandability.
Featuring a successful nightclub or particular site in a television series is nothing new, as fans of programs like “Live at the Apollo,” “Sessions at West 54th” and “Austin City Limits” well know.
Major League Baseball teams have rarely played in Communist Cuba—the last game from “The Pearl of the Antilles” was played on March 28, 1999, between the Baltimore Orioles and the Cuban National Team, and broadcast by ESPN.
Imagine being ABC News reporter Alexander Marquardt, reporting from a war zone in the Syrian capital of Damascus, apprising viewers of what he sees around him.
Televising events with a skeletal staff can result in significant cost savings over time.
Too much? Not enough? Or just right? Those seem to be the key questions concerning the proper use of social media, not just by the public, but by sports networks during sporting events and other programming.
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