The TV business has long looked to the Super Bowl as a tent-pole sales event that can rival Black Friday.
People are watching YouTube videos on TV, the Super Bowl online, and movies where you’d never guess—in theaters.
High profile events like the Super Bowl are often utilized by broadcasters to demonstrate the most advanced technologies commercially available.
In the days that have followed Super Bowl LI, the game is being called one of the best ever played, and Canon had a front row seat on the sideline.
We all know that football is a team sport, well so is producing a broadcast of the year’s biggest football game, the Super Bowl.
Some soldiers serving the U.S. abroad are going to get a taste of home thanks to Hyundai, who is bringing this weekend’s Super Bowl to them through 360 video.
The Super Bowl is sure to be covered from all angles, and Vizrt is ready to do its part, providing production tools for analysis and graphics.
Roku is getting in on the action for the Super Bowl, announcing that it will offer a free live of the game between the New England Patriots and the Atlanta Falcons.
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