Recent Posts tagged with San Francisco Giants

NBC Sports Bay Area To Launch ‘SplitKast’ Remote Productions for SF Giants Road Games

NBC Sports Bay Area is going remote for its San Francisco Giants coverage this year: the regional sports network has announced plans to produce a “SplitKast” for 22 NL West road games next season. During these first-of-its-kind MLB broadcasts, color commentator Mike Krukow will join his longtime partner, and play-by-play announcer Duane Kuiper, via live remote […]  More

San Francisco Giants Selects Veritone for Quick Content Retrieval

The San Francisco Giants have selected Veritone’s AI solutions to bring its 60-year media archive to life and drive an advanced fan engagement strategy. Veritone aiWARE will enable rapid content search and accelerated asset sharing with media, global partners, internal stakeholders including web and social media teams, and fans during live games in the ballpark.  More

In Age of Uncertainty, Bonds Between Regional Networks and Teams Make a Difference

Sports Business Journal’s 2017 NeuLion Sports Media & Technology Conference, held at the Marina del Rey, CA, Marriott, kicked off yesterday with a discussion between David Preshlack, president, NBC Sports Regional Networks and NBC Sports Group Platform and Content Strategy, and Larry Baer, president/CEO, San Francisco Giants. The focus? The tight bonds between local sports franchises […]  More

San Francisco Giants Chooses EVS’s DYVI Switcher for AT&T Park Control Room

The San Francisco Giants, has installed EVS’s DYVI system to let it create a more engaging in-stadium experience for its fans. The broadcast-grade, live video switcher has been implemented at the team’s AT&T Park and is being used by the franchise to create live video board shows for every home game, as well as for any other […]  More

NBC Regional Networks, MLBAM Ink Deal for Live In-Market Stream of MLB Games

NBC Sports Regional Networks has signed a deal with MLBAM to stream local-market MLB games, as well as pre/postgame shows, beginning with the 2017 regular season. This new streaming offering is available at no additional cost to authenticated pay-TV subscribers of NBC Sports Group’s MLB-rights-holding regional sports networks: CSN Chicago (Cubs and White Sox), CSN Philadelphia (Phillies), […]  More

Case Study: Fan Experience Goes Aerial Using Drone and Teradek Technology

For UAV pilot Matthew Lavin, improving the fan experience during a major sporting event is no easy task. As owner of the live aerial production company Aerography, Lavin knew that integrating his drone technology with sports-video broadcasting could create a fresh, exciting point of view for sports fans worldwide. With this goal in mind, he […]  More

MLB Network Plans Wall-to-Wall World Series Coverage

With the World Series matchup set, MLB Network’s studio shows will hit the road as part of its expanded on-site programming, which began yesterday in Kansas City. MLB Network’s extensive coverage of the AL Champion Kansas City Royals and NL champion San Francisco Giants will include previews, analysis, highlights, and interviews on High Heat with […]  More

Venue News: UCF Unveils ‘Blacktop’ Court; University of Cincinnati Stadium Renovation Plans Approved

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group University of Central Florida recently unveiled its new “blacktop” court after a seven-month process in which the school nearly gave up on the subtle, standout design. The black-stained court proved harder to produce on actual hardwood than in computer mockups. From the photos on UCF’s Twitter […]  More

San Francisco Giants Digitize Historical Video Archives with SGL FlashNet

The reigning World Series champions San Francisco Giants have purchased the FlashNet archive system created by Software Generation Ltd (SGL). The installation, which sees FlashNet fully integrated into the Giants’ Avid workflow, was carried out by systems integrator Cutting Edge. In January 2012, the Giants installed an Avid ISIS online shared storage system and Avid Interplay […]  More

Venue Operators Connect Today’s Fans, Prep for Tomorrow’s Bandwidth Demands

Whether a venue is in the planning stages or more than 20 years old, in-venue connectivity is a constant concern without a clear solution. Facility operators must contend not only with the at-home experience but also with the bandwidth demands of fans at the game. Connectivity, in the form of WiFi networks, distributed antenna systems […]  More

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