Recent Posts tagged with Houston Dynamo

Houston Dynamo Games to Move to CSN Houston

Comcast SportsNet Houston (CSN), a partnership between the Houston Astros, Houston Rockets, and the NBC Sports Group, announced the network will become the official TV broadcast home of Houston Dynamo soccer starting with the 2013 Major League Soccer season. CSN will produce and air 15-20 Dynamo matches, live in high definition, along with a 30-minute […]  More

Audio Is a Focus at Houston Dynamo’s New Stadium

The MLS’s Houston Dynamo officially christened their new home, BBVA Compass Field, earlier this month, beating D.C. United 1-0 in the venue’s opening match. The facility boasts a substantial live sound system designed by WJHW and installed by Ford AV’s Dallas division. The Harman sound system comprises more than 200 JBL loudspeakers, 50 Crown amplifiers, […]  More

Venue News: NBA Mulls On-Court LED Signage; University of Minnesota Agrees to Host Vikings During Stadium Contruction

As the NBA debates the merits of putting advertising on uniforms, league officials also are asking club marketers to consider new on-court signage that could be in place as soon as next season — an LED system that would sit on the basket stanchion. The LED backboard arm sign from Dorna/Van Wagner allows for limited […]  More

Venue News: Santa Clara Stadium Ahead of Schedule; NHL Considers Winnipeg for Next Heritage Classic

Santa Clara officials are expected to approve a construction contract for the San Francisco 49ers’ new stadium that calls on the facility to open in 2014, a year earlier than originally projected. City officials are scheduled to vote on the $878 million building contract this week. According to the San Jose Mercury News, the contract […]  More

Venue News: AT&T, Superdome Boosts Wireless Coverage; ‘Canes Arena Gets New Name

AT&T is beefing up wireless coverage inside the New Orleans Superdome in advance of the Jan. 9, 2012 national-title matchup between LSU and Alabama. According to Larry Lovell, a spokesperson for the Mercedes-Benz Superdome, AT&T is currently installing a Distributed Antenna System (DAS), which consists of small antennas that connect to mobile phones the same […]  More

Venue News: NFL Offers Seatless Ticket Holders Tix to 2012 Super Bowl

The National Football League offered 2012 Super Bowl tickets to disgruntled ticket holders left seatless at Sunday’s big game, as Texas officials downplayed the effects a series of snafus might have on their chances to snag future big events. About 1,250 fans who had traveled to north Texas to watch the Packers play the Steelers […]  More

Venue News: New UNLV Venue Could be Major League Magnet

If the proposed 40,000-seat stadium on UNLV’s campus is built, it could be the magnet that finally attracts a major league sports franchise to Las Vegas. However, the top executives of Majestic Realty, the project’s developers, were treading lightly on the notion of the NBA or NHL placing a team in the facility when the […]  More

Venue News: Aloha Stadium Future in Flux

The future of Aloha Stadium has long been a hot topic, but the heat was turned up a notch during Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie’s first State of the State Address when he recommended to stop spending any more money to fix the aging facility. Aloha Stadium in Honolulu will take center stage Sunday with the […]  More

Venue News: Lambeau Leaps to Upgraded Fan Experience

The Green Bay Packers this week proposed the NFL version of big-screen, high-definition TV for Lambeau Field. The Packers want to replace the scoreboards at the north and south ends of the stadium with state-of-the-art digital screens on par with those in 24 other stadiums and improve game-related audio in the bowl and club seats. […]  More

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