Recent Posts tagged with Anthony James Partners

SVG Venue Summit: Vendors Expound on the Role of Next-Gen Technology in Sports Venues

The sports-video–production industry is always looking forward to the next best thing, and one question confronts all organizations, teams, and production professionals: how can the available product be enhanced for the masses? Inside a sports venue, realistic options like 4K, UHD, and HDR have emerged and are currently being considered across the country. At the […]  More

Anthony James Partners Designs, Develops AV Solutions for Growing List of Sports-Broadcast Clients

The Sports Video Group is pleased to welcome Anthony James Partners (AJP) as a mobile/integrator sponsor. AJP is a long-established owner’s representative and AV consultant specializing in design and implementation of large-scale AV solutions for high-profile clients across the sports market. AJP’s cutting-edge technology implementations can be seen and heard throughout hundreds of facilities across […]  More

Anthony James Partners Completes AV Projects for Michigan State, LSU

Anthony James Partners (AJP) was recently tapped by Michigan State University to help create the next generation of Hall of Fame design. The AV design and consulting company worked collaboratively with MSU, Rossetti Architects, and Barton Mallow Company to develop and implement the Tom Izzo Basketball Hall of History. In addition, AJP recently worked in […]  More

LSU Tigers Get Sound To Shout About This Season

When LSU’s Tiger Stadium was expanded to more than 102,000 seats between 2012 and 2014 from its previous capacity of 92,500, it became the third-largest stadium in the SEC, the sixth-largest in the NCAA, and the ninth-largest in the world. However, through it all, Tiger Stadium never relinquished the title of loudest venue in college […]  More

Case Studies in Improved Sound: Wichita State’s Koch Arena, Boise State’s Bronco Stadium

Stadiums tend to get the glory, but arenas are often the problem child for sports-venue sound. Circular designs and center-hung signage and sound systems can create challenges for intelligibility, as can the need for high-SPL music and especially the amped-up low end pioneered in NBA arenas. Two recent sound-system renovations illustrate what it takes to […]  More

Packers Complete Final Phase of Lambeau Field Expansion

Lambeau Field can now hold more Cheeseheads than ever. Last month, the Green Bay Packers’ home stadium completed its third expansion of seating capacity. The expansion, which boosts Lambeau Field’s seating capacity to 80,750 — an increase of 7,000, with the new seats added in the south end zone — makes the stadium the NFL’s […]  More

Click Effects, Alpha Video in Tune on Utah Jazz Video Upgrade

In 2002, the Winter Olympics shined the international spotlight on Salt Lake City. Twelve years later, the venue famous for Sarah Hughes’s improbable figure-skating gold medal is making headlines again. EnergySolutions Arena, known throughout the Games as the Salt Lake Ice Center, recently unveiled drastic changes to its video capabilities as part of a $15 […]  More

Georgia Tech Transforms McCamish Pavilion

Technically speaking, Georgia Tech’s Hank McCamish Pavilion may be a renovation (and renaming) of Alexander Memorial Coliseum, but you wouldn’t know it. With the exception of the roof and supporting steel structure, the home of Yellow Jackets basketball is an entirely new facility, outfitted with better seating, wider concourses, and upgraded broadcast infrastructure. The $45 […]  More

Michigan State’s Spartan Stadium Never Sounded So Good

The upper collegiate sports tiers venerate their aging stadiums as they would a great library or chapel. Fortunately, sound systems aren’t included in landmark-status qualifications, which lets these “mature” facilities be updated so that they can sound like freshmen again. That’s the case at Michigan State University, where Spartan Stadium recently finished an audio overhaul […]  More

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