Recent Posts tagged with Prudential Center

Prudential Center Adopts Riedel Communications for New Routing, Comms Backbone

Prudential Center has replaced its aging signal and communications infrastructure with an all-new signal routing and intercom backbone based on Riedel solutions. Riedel’s MediorNet real-time signal transport, processing, and routing technology is integrated with an Artist digital matrix intercom mainframe and Bolero wireless intercom to enable seamless and high-quality communications throughout the facility.  More

Panasonic Upgrades Prudential Center Video With AK-HC5000 HD/HDR Cameras; Brings Transparency to UK Supreme Court With PTZs

Prudential Center, home to the NHL’s New Jersey Devils and NCAA’s Seton Hall Pirates men’s basketball team, has upgraded to Panasonic AK-HC5000 HD HDR studio/field camera systems for all in-game presentation on the arena’s massive, center-hung LED scoreboards (almost four stories tall). Also, the UK Supreme Court has installed Panasonic PTZ cameras for accurate legal […]  More

Venue News: Nets Blame Prudential Center Temp for Poor Play; Pistons To Eliminate 80 Suites

The concept of home is a bit convoluted for the Nets, what with the impending move to Brooklyn and some players’ sour feelings about their arena in Newark. But if their poor shooting at the Prudential Center is simply about getting familiar with a court not conducive to basketball — as players suggested — the […]  More

Venue News: Lambeau Leaps to Upgraded Fan Experience

The Green Bay Packers this week proposed the NFL version of big-screen, high-definition TV for Lambeau Field. The Packers want to replace the scoreboards at the north and south ends of the stadium with state-of-the-art digital screens on par with those in 24 other stadiums and improve game-related audio in the bowl and club seats. […]  More

Venue News: NBA Draft Heads to New Jersey

The National Basketball Association announced this week that it will hold the 2011 draft in Newark, NJ, at the Prudential Center on June 23. “We are delighted to bring one of the NBA’s premier events to Newark,” said NBA Commissioner David Stern. “The Prudential Center is a state-of-the-art, multi-purpose arena that will be a great […]  More

Venue News & Notes: $400M Arena for Quebec City Would Host Olympics, NHL

A proposal to build a $400 million, publicly financed hockey arena in Quebec City is expected to take a major step forward this week, leaving Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s government stuck between its political ambitions in the province and its cost-cutting mandate. Quebec Premier Jean Charest is scheduled to play host to Quebec City Mayor […]  More

Venue News & Notes: Layups in London

The National Basketball Association is set to stage its first regular-season games in Europe in an effort to globalize the sport, league Commissioner David Stern said Monday. The New Jersey Nets and Toronto Raptors will take part in back-to-back games at the O2 arena in London on March 4 and 5 next year as the […]  More

Venue News & Notes: Vikings Look for Stadium Stimulus Money

A new wrinkle developed in the Minnesota Vikings’ stadium strategy this week, when team officials said they are looking at federal stimulus money to help them build a new home that just might be located in the suburbs. Vikings’ spokesman Lester Bagley told a real estate gathering in Minneapolis that private developers and local government […]  More

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