TVT’s annual survey of industry executives and what they are looking for ahead of the NAB Show
Engaging with sports fans inside a stadium is all about taking advantage of opportunities.
This year’s Invictus Games saw wounded, injured or sick armed services personnel from 17 countries compete in 11 different sports.
At AT&T Park we use in-stadium displays for much more than just showing the score and player statistics during San Francisco Giants games. Since upgrading several of our systems over the last few seasons to give our in-stadium fans more, this year we installed a DYVI software-defined switcher from EVS.
EVS’ 2017 NAB Show display will offer its new IP Connected Live and Creative Live technologies that enable better storytelling and advanced viewing experiences, including UHD-4K, 360 degree and augmented and contextual replays on any screen.
EVS is off on the road to Morocco, as the video production technology provider has been contracted by Société Nationale de Radiodiffusion et de Télévision (SNRT) to construct a fully-centralized HD news production infrastructure.
The OB facilities will be used to cover Switzerland’s Raiffeisen Super League football and allow pay TV broadcaster Teleclub to deliver a more immersive ultra-high definition viewing experience.
After having gone without a significant upgrade since Busch Stadium was built 10 years ago, the stadium’s production capabilities weren’t as sophisticated as what some other MLB teams were doing—i.e replays.
EVS brought an effusive fan to the NAB Show this year to talk about their new multiview replay system.