Sports broadcasting

Super Bowl, Sports and Signiant »

Whether you’re a huge football fan or more into the half-time show, commercials, and wings, it’s safe to say you probably watched the Super Bowl on Sunday. After such an exciting win, what better time to talk about the many major sports organizations, broadcasters and production companies who rely on Signiant’s file transfer technology?

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The Future of Sports Technology at SXSW »

Perhaps more than any other genre, sport broadcasting is delivering content to an increasingly diverse audience that consumes content in an increasingly diverse way.

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Teaming for SaaS: The new era of sports video production »

Find out why teams from the NFL, NBA, NHL and the IRB are using Media Shuttle.

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Fox Sports’ U.S. Open Coverage Uses Drones and Signiant Fast File Transfer »

Fox débuted it’s first coverage of the U.S. Open last weekend. And while they’ve received some mixed reviews, no one is arguing about their innovative technological approach to showcasing the full experience of professional golf, from drones to capture the course’s expansive scenes to hole mics to record the player’s most tense moments.

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A surge in sports teams using SaaS for large file transfers »

We’re always curious to see patterns of large file movement among different industries, so a recent surge in sports teams and leagues using our SaaS large file transfer solution, Media Shuttle, definitely caught our attention. Over the past year, teams from the NHL, NFL, NBA and the IRB (International Rugby Board) have purchased Media Shuttle, mainly to send game footage to news stations, but also for internal transfers, documentary filmmaking, and training and scouting purposes.

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