Recent Posts tagged with player audio

Close-Up Sound Enhances Connection Between Athlete and Fan

Close-up and on-player audio — also known as miked-up sound — is transitioning from a novelty used for special events to an integral part of regular broadcast-sports audio. It’s still subject to an array of controls, including by leagues and teams, and even individual athletes, but it has become clear that viewers are responding to […]  More

Action Audio Apps Focuses on In-Venue Experience

Wired-up athletes have become a staple of broadcast-sports audio, from baseball players carrying on conversations with announcers in the booth while chasing down long fly balls to creating an entirely new class of blooper reel. Sebastian Failla has watched the category take off over the past five years, since he introduced Action Audio Apps, a […]  More

CFL Goes All-In on Player Audio for TSN Broadcasts

The Canadian Football League was a bit late to the game when it comes to wiring players for audio — the NFL started miking its players in 2011 — but, now that the CFL has greenlighted the technique for this season, it’s doing it in a big way. During a run of 18 weekly games […]  More

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