Recent Posts tagged with Orlando Magic

White Paper: IPTV and Digital Signage, The Ultimate Visitor Experience Solution for Sports and Entertainment Venues

For some sports and entertainment venues, making the decision to upgrade from an RF CATV-based television system to an IPTV network might make all the sense in the world, whereas for others it might seem like an unjustifiable move considering the cost and effort. This paper is intended to help venue operators and teams understand […]  More

Venue News: NFL Awaits Environmental Report for Proposed LA Stadium; Amway Arena Slated for Implosion

According to Anschutz Entertainment Group, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell has made it clear that no teams will commit to move to L.A. until an approved environmental impact report (EIR) is completed for the proposed downtown stadium. AEG President & CEO Tim Leiweke says he’s confident AEG will release the EIR in February, putting it on […]  More

Orlando Magic Enhance Mobile Platform with CommerceTel and Txtstation

CommerceTel Corporation, a provider of proprietary mobile marketing technologies and solutions, announced that the Orlando Magic has selected CommerceTel to facilitate mobile marketing tactics such as voting, text alerts, and special offers. “We’re very excited to be selected by the Orlando Magic to drive fan engagement via the mobile channel,” said Michael Falato, vice president of […]  More

Venue News: WeatherBug Provides In-Stadium Alerts to ESPN; TCU Requests Patience from Fans

When extreme or rapidly changing conditions have the potential to impact sports, athletes, and fans, Earth Networks-WeatherBug provides live weather data from sports venues across the country.  Through its recent partnership with ESPN, Earth Networks-WeatherBug will grant the network access to real-time weather conditions, forecasts, alerts, and breaking weather news from weather and camera stations […]  More

Venue News: Blues See Green with Tablet Raffling

The Scottrade Center, home to the St. Louis Blues, will continue its partnership with Toronto-based Bump 50:50 this season, as part of a deal inked last year. Bump 50:50 develops in-venue mobile technology that uses computer tablets to maximize revenue from 50-50 raffles. After signing a five-year deal last season, the St. Louis Blues 14 […]  More

Venue News: Metrodome Roof Replacement To Cost $18M

The commission that operates the Minnesota Vikings’ home field is expected to be told this week that the Metrodome roof needs to be replaced entirely, a project that will cost $18 million, the Star-Tribune reported, citing a source close to the situation. The stadium’s roof collapsed during a blizzard in December, forcing the Vikings to […]  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

Amway Center, Harris Deliver Cutting-Edge Digital Signage

The Amway Center, home of the NBA’s Orlando Magic, tipped off its first regular season this week with new in-venue video capabilities and digital signage built around the Harris InfoCaster system and more than 1,000 Samsung flat-panel displays. The digital signage system at the Amway Center offers a number of innovations, according to Steve Griggs, […]  More

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