Game Keeps Changing for Sports Audio reports that Ethernet rules, whether it’s for broadcast or streaming.

The rules may not change—check that, the NFL is always tinkering—but broadcasters continue to look for ways to make sports programming more compelling for the home audience.

Randy Flick and Joe McSorley are seasoned A1’s who TV Technology has spoken with in the past; Andy Calvanese, vice president of technology and engineering at Wheatstone in New Bern, N.C., has a manufacturer’s eye view of trends in this area, as does Don Bird, vice president of business development for German-based Lawo. Some interesting developments have taken place recently according to these industry vets.


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