Recent Posts tagged with New York Jets

APM Reimagines Soundtracks for Detroit Pistons, NY Jets, and More

The Detroit Pistons recently kicked off their third season at Little Caesars Arena. An electric energy and buzz filled the crowd and was contagious from the moment the lights went down, the team’s APM Custom music intro went on, and the players were introduced. Diane Ferranti, Vice President, Programming & Production – Broadcasting and Game […]  More

Game Changer MVP Teams With New York Jets for Digital, In-Stadium, Broadcast Entertainment Assets

Game Changer MVP announced a renewed and enhanced partnership with the New York Jets to deliver a bevy of digital, in-stadium, and broadcast entertainment elements. The services will include a complete graphics and visuals package for Jets home games at MetLife Stadium, multiple open videos, digital and social-media assets for use throughout the season, and […]  More

Adorama Brings VR Lounge to MetLife Stadium for Upcoming Jets Games

Adorama has engaged in a three-game partnership with the New York Jets to host the Jets Virtual Reality Lounge. The virtual fun kicked off just outside the gates of MetLife Stadium on Nov. 27, when the Jets played the New England Patriots. Fans attending upcoming Jets home games against the Indianapolis Colts (December 5th) and Miami […]  More

New York Jets Select LiveU Backpack for Live Video Coverage

LiveU has partnered with the NFL’s New York Jets to provide the team’s live video technology solution.  LiveU’s LU500 video transmission backpack allows the NY Jets digital media team to transmit live video from any location directly to the team’s website (www.newyorkjets.com), mobile app, and postproduction facility.  Currently, with the use of LiveU’s technology, fans […]  More

Venue News: Niners’ New Stadium Projected to Cost $1.2 Billion; IOC Abandons Venue-Covering Plans for London

The cost of the 49ers’ new stadium in Santa Clara has increased by $157 million to nearly $1.2 billion, as revealed in the first of several key approvals the city made this week. The stadium project as a whole will cost roughly $1.177 billion, in contrast with the $1.02 billion estimate presented in December, according […]  More

Venue News: Target Extends Sports’ Longest-running Naming-rights Relationship

Target is expected to announce this week that it has agreed to keep its name on the Minnesota Timberwolves’ and WNBA Lynx’s home arena for three more seasons, extending professional sports’ longest-running venue naming-rights relationship to 2014. According to Target, the terms were comparable to the company’s previous agreement, which expired Aug. 31. The Minneapolis-based retailer […]  More

Venue News: D-backs Enhance Wireless Experience at Chase Field; UNT Announces Stadium Name

The Arizona Diamondbacks hope that a new and advanced wireless experience at Chase Field will draw younger fans to the ballpark and enhance their game-watching experience. The team partnered with AT&T to take fans’ game experience to the next level with a new Distributed Antenna System, or DAS, and free Wi-Fi access within the ballpark. […]  More

Venue News & Notes: USTA ‘Strongly Considers’ Roof on Ashe

Following the controversial, rain-delayed end of this year’s US Open tennis tournament, the event’s owner, the U.S. Tennis Association, says it will strongly consider building a roof to avoid in the future the ratings downfall that has hit the tournament. The move marks a shift for the USTA in its position on adding a covering […]  More

Producing NFL Films’ Hard Knocks Takes Long, Hard Days

HBO Sports’ Hard Knocks is now in its sixth season of covering NFL training camps, but that doesn’t make things any easier for the NFL Films crew and director Steve Trout. Describing the average Hard Knocks shooting day at New York Jets training camp, which usually runs from roughly 5 a.m. to after midnight, Trout […]  More

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