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Miami Dolphins Hires Kimberly Rometo as New Vice President, Chief Information Officer

The Miami Dolphins have announced Kimberly Rometo as vice president, chief information officer. She will report directly to Dan Caspersen, senior vice president, business administration and will be responsible for managing and directing the technology initiatives and strategic direction of information technology at the Miami Dolphins and Hard Rock Stadium.  More

Tech Focus: Digital Audio Networking, Part 3 — Hard Rock Stadium Sets a New Benchmark

Networked audio in sports venues has seemed a fast-track proposition in recent years, but the reality is that digital venue sound remains largely segregated from a venue’s network infrastructure. That’s mainly a function of the entrenched nature of IT culture, which, to some extent, continues to view networked audio as a bit of a digital […]  More

Venue News: Detroit’s Little Caesars Arena Reaches New Milestone; Clippers Reportedly Exploring Sites for New Arena

Dozens of iron workers who labored on the new Little Caesars Arena gathered earlier this month for a celebration of a new milestone for the building: the last piece of structural steel placed on the roof of the new home for the Detroit Red Wings. More than 7,500 pieces of steel have been placed on […]  More

Miami Dolphins Expand Digital Content, Behind-the-Scenes Access

The Miami Dolphins announced that in conjunction with the start of the offseason program on Monday, April 11, fans will be able to receive expanded digital content on, the Dolphins mobile app, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Snapchat, and YouTube. These platforms will feature behind the scenes stories, rich video content, weekly chats, podcasts, and film […]  More

Venue News: San Diego Chargers Could Join Rams in L.A.; Las Vegas Sands Eyes Raiders With Proposed $1B Stadium

The San Diego Chargers and Los Angeles Rams have reached an agreement to share a new stadium in Inglewood, the team announced. Chairman Dean Spanos wrote in a statement Friday that he has hopes for a new stadium in San Diego long-term, but that the team has an option and agreement with the Rams to share […]  More

Venue News: Three NFL Teams Submit Applications to Relocate to Los Angeles, Proposals for New Stadiums

With a solution to the NFL’s two-decade absence from Los Angeles appearing within reach, writes the Los Angeles Times, the league’s finance, stadium, and L.A. committees gathered in New York City to plot the way forward. The Oakland Raiders, San Diego Chargers, and St. Louis Rams all submitted relocation applications to the league earlier this […]  More

Venue News: Japan’s Olympic Organizers Scrap $2B Stadium Plan; Coyotes, Glendale Amend Arena Lease

Three years after Japanese Olympic organizers selected a vast, sleek stadium design by a prominent Iraqi-British architect for the centerpiece venue of the 2020 Summer Games, the government announced that it would scrap the plan and start over because of spiraling costs, writes The New York Times. The decision, announced by Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, […]  More

Venue News: St. Louis Unveils Plans to Build New Stadium; Miami Dolphins Chronicle Sun Life Stadium Renovation

St. Louis upped its bid Friday to either keep the Rams or lure a new NFL team, unveiling plans for a new open-air football stadium on the banks of the Mississippi River, not far from the Gateway Arch, writes the Associated Press. The 64,000-seat stadium would cost $860 million to $985 million, with construction beginning […]  More

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