Recent Posts tagged with Dallas Cowboys

GameStop Aims To Be ‘Pop Warner League of Esports’ With New GameStop Performance Center

GameStop is officially getting into the esports game, announcing a partnership with Complexity Gaming to launch the GameStop Performance Center at The Star in Frisco, TX — headquarters of the Dallas Cowboys. The 11,000-sq-ft. esports facility, which will serve as the new headquarters for Complexity Gaming, will house a public gaming area for events, a […]  More

Dallas Cowboys Add UHD Replays Inside AT&T Stadium With EVS XT4K Servers

Ahead of the 2018 NFL season, AT&T Stadium – the home of the Dallas Cowboys – has installed three new XT4K live production servers from EVS. Sitting alongside several other EVS products already in place, the new servers have been implemented into one of the stadium’s three control rooms, which becomes the main replay hub […]  More

Dallas Cowboys Test Out Fan-Engagement Tech at The Star

High school football players from eight schools in Frisco, TX, are getting training that few their age can boast: they’re gaining the media savvy of pro players, who regularly look up from the field and see their heroic moves (and fumbles) replayed on a gigantic videoboard. Granted, they’re also learning what it’s like to play […]  More

Dallas Cowboys Pave Way to 4K Future With Canon, Grass Valley, Evertz

Ever since the Dallas Cowboys unveiled their one-of-a-kind center-hung videoboard at AT&T Stadium (then Cowboys Stadium) in 2009, the team has continued to push the envelope with their video-production efforts and to seek new ways to entertain fans. They’ve also kept an eye to the future, investing in 4K technology that sets the team up […]  More

Live From Final Four: AT&T Stadium Delivers Top-Notch In-Venue Experience

It’s AT&T Stadium’s calling card, a monstrous 180-ft. by 72-ft. centerhung scoreboard that simply begs for your attention. At this weekend’s Final Four, the shock value of the Mitsubishi Electric Diamond Vision structure is only amplified hovering above a tiny basketball court. For Dwin Towell, director of broadcast engineering for the Dallas Cowboys, all those eyes […]  More

freeD Comes to Football: NBC Sports, Dallas Cowboys Partner with Replay Technologies Inc.

“freeD” is coming to football. NBC Sports and the Dallas Cowboys will work with Replay Technologies Inc. to provide the new 360-degree “freeD” look at red-zone plays for viewers watching NBC football telecasts and fans at the game in AT&T Stadium. “freeD” (free dimensional video), which has made appearances at the Olympics and on YES Network New […]  More

Venue News: Despite Renovations, MSG Slated to Move in Ten Years; AT&T Secures Cowboys Stadium Naming Rights

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group If Penn Station’s movin’ up, then Madison Square Garden’s movin’ out. The New York City Council voted Wednesday to limit the arena’s permit for its location atop Penn Station to a decade. Council members say they would rather see the Garden move to make way for […]  More

Venue Q&A: Dallas Cowboys’ Dwin Towell

By: Rick Price, president, moeBAM! Venue Media Services, and director, SVG Venue Technology Committee As director of broadcast engineering services for the Dallas Cowboys, Dwin Towell provides facilities and engineering management for all broadcast– and television-production–related activities at Cowboys Stadium. Previously, he managed the Audio/Visual Department at the American Airlines Center. SVG talked with Towell […]  More

Less Than Four Years After ‘Jerry Vision’ Debuts, Massive Scoreboards Go From Novelty to Norm

No matter how large the living room, fans most likely won’t be purchasing televisions the length of an average city block any time soon. That’s what the Dallas Cowboys, Indiana Pacers, Seattle Mariners, and many others are counting on. In 2009, Dallas Cowboys Owner Jerry Jones unveiled his gargantuan video board, the crown jewel of […]  More

Venue News: Yanks Follow Through on Heritage Field; Is $1B The New Norm for Stadiums?

When the new Yankee Stadium opened in 2009, not even the loudest of Yankee fanatics could drown out the outraged howls over its costly tickets, its tax-exempt financing and, of course, its construction atop two city parks. But now, in a bid for redemption, New York City officials have delivered on a long-promised, $50.8 million […]  More

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