How the ‘RSN Model’ Shaped the 2020 MLB Season

MLB Network and league execs share the story of how live baseball on television was accomplished in 2020

When Major League Baseball returned to live game action back in July, it didn’t go with a “bubble.” It, instead, deployed a unique broadcast model that leveraged the in-market RSNs to produce what amounted to essentially “world feeds” of each regular season game.

At SVG SUMMIT:CONNECT, MLB Network SVP, Operations and Engineering Susan Stone; MLB Network Director, Remote Technical Operations Jason Hedgcock; MLB Senior Director, Media Technology Daniel Blanchard, and MLB Network, Director Jason Lobb broke down the details of the project and what worked.

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