Recent Posts tagged with Arizona State University

Venue News: Reliant Stadium To Get Widest Video Display in Pro Sports; University of Cincinnati Plans Stadium Makeover

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, SVG The Harris County Sports and Convention Corp. voted Dec. 19 to enlarge Reliant Stadium’s video display boards to enhance the city’s bid to host the Super Bowl in 2017. The boards are expected to be the largest in Texas and the widest in professional sports. Construction is expected […]  More

Venue News: HKS To Design New Minnesota Vikings Stadium; AEG’s Leiweke Discusses Farmers Field Vision

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group The architectural firm that designed stadiums for the Dallas Cowboys and Indianapolis Colts beat out four competitors Friday to draw up plans for the $975 million Minnesota Vikings’ stadium that will be built in downtown Minneapolis. The selection of Dallas-based HKS Inc. for a $34 million […]  More

Venue News: Eagles Plan Major Linc Renovation; Jaguars To Build Practice Facility

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Assistant Editor, SVG The Philadelphia Eagles are planning major changes at Lincoln Financial Field, including adding seats and building new field-level suites to generate more revenue from the 10-year-old stadium and improve the fan experience. A proposal issued in mid-May by the Eagles for preconstruction manager services lists the potential improvements […]  More

Venue News: Panthers To Renovate Stadium; ASU Gets Go-Ahead for Facility Developments

After 16 years, the Carolina Panthers have decided to renovate Bank of America Stadium. The Panthers chose the architectural firm that designed the stadium to lead a year-long study for renovating it. Populous, known as HOK Sports Facilities Group when the 73,778-seat stadium opened in 1996, was selected over three other firms. According to the […]  More

Venue News: Wrigley Field Game Turns One-Sided

As Northwestern and Illinois prepare to play the first game at Wrigley Field since 1938, the Big Ten announced that the action on the field will be, well, one-sided. Because of space constraints between the end zone closest to Wrigley Field’s rightfield wall, the conference has announced that both teams’ offensive possessions will be played […]  More

ASU Journalism School Taps Studer Vista 5 Mixing Consoles

Two Studer Vista 5 digital mixing consoles have been installed at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Arizona State University in Phoenix. The Vista 5 consoles are used as part of the School of Journalism’s emphasis on real-world experience for its journalism students. Housed in a six-story, $71 million, 223,000-square-foot academic […]  More

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