Recent Posts tagged with Chicago Cubs

NBC Sports Chicago Adds 4DReplay to Cubs, White Sox Coverage To Close Regular Season

Chicago baseball enters the fourth dimension this week. NBC Sports Chicago will deploy 4DReplay systems for the first time during its coverage of tonight’s White Sox–Indians game at Guaranteed Rate Field and Thursday’s Cubs–Pirates matchup at Wrigley Field. The 4DReplay system, which is currently installed at AT&T Ballpark in San Francisco and was used for […]  More

NBC Regional Networks, MLBAM Ink Deal for Live In-Market Stream of MLB Games

NBC Sports Regional Networks has signed a deal with MLBAM to stream local-market MLB games, as well as pre/postgame shows, beginning with the 2017 regular season. This new streaming offering is available at no additional cost to authenticated pay-TV subscribers of NBC Sports Group’s MLB-rights-holding regional sports networks: CSN Chicago (Cubs and White Sox), CSN Philadelphia (Phillies), […]  More

Venue News: Carson City Clears Path for Proposed $1.7B Stadium Near L.A.; Wrigley Field Project To Take Extra Year to Complete

The Carson City City Council unanimously voted to clear the path for a proposed $1.7 billion stadium near Los Angeles that could become the shared home to the NFL’s San Diego Chargers and the Oakland Raiders, according to the Associated Press. The 3-0 by the Carson City Council marks a significant step forward for plans […]  More

Venue News: Baltimore Ravens Unveil Stadium Upgrades; Additional Details on Proposed Wrigley Field Renovation Revealed

The Baltimore Ravens’ 2014 preseason opener last Thursday against San Francisco was the first time fans could see the results of a two-year, $35 million dollar renovation to M&T Bank Stadium that centered on concourse features and audio-visual upgrades, writes The Baltimore Sun. New improvements for the 2014 seasons include the addition of four 6-foot […]  More

Venue News: AT&T Stadium Transforms for Final Four; Wrigley Field Continues to Pursue Renovations

Final Four organizers have less than a week to finish transforming AT&T Stadium into a working basketball arena as the tournament’s home stretch approaches. With just days left, parts of the field level resembled a busy warehouse rather than any sports venue, according to the Dallas Morning News. Forklifts — not point guards — maneuvered […]  More

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