Recent Posts tagged with Husky Stadium

Sports Venue Technology Summit: UW’s Husky Stadium Epitomizes Today’s Connected Venue

With videoboards, IPTV deployments, and in-venue connectivity that increasingly rival the pros, collegiate athletics continue to make their mark in the venue space. The University of Washington’s newly renovated Husky Stadium boasts these enhancements plus new premium areas, wider concourses and aisles, and an 85,000-sq.-ft. football-operations center.  More

SVG’s Sports Venue Technology Summit Set for Seattle, Oct. 15

SVG’s annual Sports Venue Technology Summit travels to the Pacific Northwest for a behind-the-scenes tour of one of college sports’ most tech-savvy venues.  With one network, one control room, and the largest IPTV deployment in collegiate sports, University of Washington’s Husky Stadium epitomizes today’s connected stadium. Join us on Wednesday, October 15, for an in-depth […]  More

Venue News: FIFA Steps Up Monitoring of World Cup Venue Construction in Brazil; A Closer Look at Naming-Rights Deals

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group With the World Cup less than a year away, FIFA is pledging to increase its monitoring of stadium construction in Brazil. Secretary General Jerome Valcke said Friday that with preparations entering the final stages, the focus will be on making sure Brazil can have all 12 […]  More

Venue News: Qatar May Scrap AC Plans for World Cup; MLB Giants Help Rebuild Former Home

Despite lengthy discussions on using state-of-the-art air conditioning to cool stadiums at the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, the architect in charge of designing Sports City stadium in Doha reversed course and claimed that a more old-fashioned solution would be cheaper and better. The concept of air-conditioned stadiums to beat the 122-degree desert heat in […]  More

Venue News: Sports Authority Eyes Broncos’ Stadium Naming Rights

Sports Authority is in negotiations with Invesco, the Broncos, and the Metropolitan Football Stadium District to assume naming rights of the venue that has been home to Denver’s NFL franchise since 2001. If the stadium district approves the deal during a public meeting Tuesday, Sports Authority will pay $150 million over the next 25 years […]  More

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