sports broadcasting

The Overwatch League 2020 Grand Finals were another remote production win for Esports »

The 2020 Overwatch League Grand Finals were a prime example of how M&E organizations have approached remote production as an opportunity to evolve the way they work, not just an inconvenience to which they must adjust.

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The PGA Championship scores a hole-in-one through CBS Sports and incredible technical innovation »

Considering the success of the CBS Sports broadcast for the PGA Championship, prospects are looking good for professional golf. Given the added complications of coronavirus, the triumph of this event is incredibly impressive.

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The NBA is back in the game! »

Since its return at the end of July, the NBA and ESPN have worked tirelessly to learn from the hiccups of their predecessors, address the unique challenges and opportunities posed by the bubble league format, and simply put on a great show night after night.

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MLB steps back up to the plate with remote production »

While MLB has already demonstrated a profound readiness to innovate in the face of COVID-19, it’s likely that the league and the broadcasters who cover it will continue to adapt to the ever-changing circumstances of the moment.

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Barcelona’s Nou Camp stadium plans suggest the full potential of 5G »

As these innovators envisioned, Nou Camp would have a wide range of 360-degree cameras installed all throughout the stadium, capturing footage from nearly every possible vantage, including the team bench.

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5G might ride the remote wave »

5G could not have begun to establish itself at a more fitting moment. For broadcasters and production companies that want to keep their teams safe and socially distant, build more flexible content creation strategies, and experiment with new technologies and resolutions, 5G provides clear support, making it easier to connect personnel and files.

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The 2020 MLB Draft proves to be a home run for remote production »

Of the many live sports events that have leveraged remote production technology to return to the field in the wake of COVID-19, one of the earliest and most impressive was the 2020 NFL Draft, which was held over three days in late April. This month, we’ve seen this spirit once again as the 2020 MLB Draft airs between June 10th and June 11th, bringing baseball fans some of the excitement they’ve been deferred.

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Taking the field: how live sports are returning in the wake of COVID-19 »

The industry is certain to go through even more dynamic transformations once live production resumes in full, but until then, the journey that live sports has embarked on and the creativity and tenacity the industry has demonstrated continues to captivate.

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Virtual fans may fill the stands as live sports return from COVID-19 »

As live sports begin to resume and leagues and production teams work to navigate hurdles both small and large, that innovative spirit is more valuable than ever. It’s helped keep players, administrators, and broadcasters safe so that leagues and their partners can help bring the game back to the fans.

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As the PGA Tour looks to resume, smaller events offer helpful guidelines »

As other leagues have shown in the past few weeks, staying adaptable and alert as to conditions and challenges is the key to a stellar return to play. With the proper protocol and regulation, the PGA Tour could be yet another story of triumph — a real hole-in-one.

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