Recent Posts tagged with WJHW

New Dickies Arena Is Designed for an Extensive Range of Audio

Dickies Arena, which opened on Oct. 26 in Fort Worth, was designed to be a truly multi-use venue. The 14,000-seater features AV systems designed by consultant WJHW, an L-Acoustics PA system installed by integrator Electro-Acoustics, and a 56-ft.-wide by 35-ft.-high Mitsubishi centerhung videoboard from ANC Sports. These allow it to accommodate an extremely wide variety […]  More

Tech Focus: Immersive Sound — Sports Venues Eye Live Versions

Immersive sound has been moving along dual tracks in recent years. Formats like Dolby’s Atmos and Fraunhofer Institute’s MPEG-H have made deep strides into broadcasting, and music-touring artists are taking live-sound versions of immersive systems on the road, as Childish Gambino has done with L-Acoustics’ L-ISA platform. However, immersive broadcast-sound formats have been using sports […]  More

Sports Venue Production Summit: In Future-Proofing Your Control Room, Core Infrastructure Is Key

In venues ranging from massive pro-sports stadiums to mid-level college campuses, the role of the control room has expanded well beyond serving a single videoboard. In many cases, these control rooms have become broadcast centers, serving not only the videoboards on game day but also the needs of digital- and social-content creation, linear conference networks, studio […]  More

Atlanta Falcons’ Mercedes-Benz Stadium Nears Opening With Halo Display, Video Workflow Ready To Go

There are videoboards, and then there’s the 360-degree halo that surrounds Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the soon-to-be home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC. As the stadium takes shape around the one-of-a-kind video display, one thing is certain: the phrase “one of a kind” doesn’t even begin to describe what’s currently happening in Georgia’s capital.  More

Oregon State University Puts Finishing Touches on Team Facilities

The destiny of Oregon State University’s north-end-zone expansion was written some 10,000 years ago, when prehistoric mammals gathered at a watering hole long since buried under soil and turf. They may not have had the craft beers and locally sourced cuisine now available on the new Terrace at Reser Stadium in Corvallis, but they certainly […]  More

Tampa Bay Buccaneers Get Creative With Venue-Wide Canvas

Raymond James Stadium was selfie-ready long before selfies were a thing. As much a hashtag-friendly backdrop as booming game-day entertainment vessel, the venue’s iconic 103-ft.-long replica of an 1800s pirate ship has been a part of the game-day experience since the Tampa Bay Buccaneers defeated the Chicago Bears on Opening Day in 1998. The ship’s […]  More

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