Recent Posts tagged with Kauffman Stadium

With New IPTV Platform, Kansas City Royals Engage Fans on Every Display at ‘The K’

Kauffman Stadium may be nearing the big 5-0, but you wouldn’t know it, thanks to the Kansas City Royals’ continuing efforts to breathe new life into their longtime home. In 2009, a top-to-bottom, $250 million renovation installed a new video-control room, the now iconic centerfield videoboard, and more than 450 video displays throughout the venue. […]  More

Kansas City Royals Add VITEC EZ TV 8.0 IPTV, Digital Signage Platform at Kauffman Stadium

VITEC’s EZ TV 8.0 IPTV, Digital Signage Sports Venue Solution, and MGW Nano end-points were successfully installed at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. As part of revitalizing its video streams and signage content at the Kansas City Royals’ stadium, the team selected VITEC’s field-proven platform to centrally manage and stream HD, ultra-low latency video feeds […]  More

MLB Network Sets New Pace for Its All-Star Coverage

MLB Network continues to expand and refine its presence at the MLB All-Star Game. This year, it’s not only handling programming for its own network but also contributing a segment to tonight’s All-Star pregame show on Fox. “We’re doing a segment in the B block of the show,” says Susan Stone, SVP of operations and […]  More

Feeling the Heat at MLB All-Star Game 2012

Luckily, the heat wave in the Midwest broke just in time for last night’s MLB Home Run Derby in Kansas City, MO, giving the core production teams and camera operators a chance to work in less-than-blistering heat. But, during setup, which took place from late last week through yesterday, air temperatures reached 107 degrees, and […]  More

ESPN MLB Derby Coverage Focuses on Fun

The MLB Home Run Derby seems like the kind of production that could be done with three or four cameras. ESPN, of course, continues to provide director Jimmy Moore and producer Scott Matthews with much more than that: last night, 29 cameras, including iMovix super-slo-mo and robotics, offered unique shots from bird’s-eye perspectives, nooks, and […]  More

Venue News: Lucas Oil Stadium Deemed A Success; Pirates Replace Rarely Used Seats with Bar

Lucas Oil Stadium was the first NFL venue designed and built specifically to host the Super Bowl, and early reviews from its big test on Sunday were encouraging. Early-arriving fans sailed through security screenings and arrived at their seats well before kickoff. Lines for restrooms and concessions didn’t get too long. Fewer in-stadium advertisements allowed […]  More

Venue News & Notes: A’s on Their Way to San Jose?

With plans for a ballpark in Fremont, CA, about 25 miles south of the Oakland Coliseum, now in the dumpster, the Oakland A’s are focusing their efforts on building a new stadium in San Jose, where the San Francisco Giants hold territorial rights. Last March, Major League Baseball Commissioner Bud Selig appointed a committee to […]  More

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