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Road Warriors 2017: The Top Remote Production Highlights of the Year

2017 was an eventful year for sports production, with marquee events like the College Football Playoff National Championship Game, Super Bowl, and NBA and MLB All-Star Games test-driving new technologies and production workflows and annual tournaments like NCAA’s March Madness, U.S. Open golf, and US Open tennis using the best tools that sports broadcasting has […]  More

Machine Learning, AR, VR, and the Future of Sports

Machine learning, augmented reality, and virtual reality and their roles within the sports environment was at the core of day two of the Sports Business Journal’s 2017 Neulion Sports Media & Technology Conference. And one thing is clear: while it is still early days for each of the technologies and hasty opinions can be made […]  More

Dolby Atmos Training Program Takes Shape at CRAS

The Conservatory of Recording arts & Sciences (CRAS), an audio-recording, engineering, and music-production school in Tempe, AZ is developing and will host a training program focused on Dolby’s Atmos object-based audio format. The program, which is planned to go live sometime in 2018, will be integrated into the broadcast and surround-mixing curriculum aspects of the […]  More

Fox Sports, LiveLike To Deliver Notre Dame–Michigan State in Social VR

Fox Sports and LiveLike are bringing Saturday’s Notre Dame–Michigan State game to fans in social virtual reality via its free Fox Sports VR app. Viewers will have the ability to watch together from the best views in the stadium, while communicating verbally and interacting with each other’s in-suite avatars throughout the experience. Once again teaming with LiveLike, with […]  More

HDR, 4K Take Center Stage at SVG’s Sports Imaging Forum

SVG’s second-annual Sports Imaging Forum put cameras, lenses, and other video-capture tools in the spotlight on Wednesday at the Sheraton Universal Hotel in Los Angeles. Along with the co-located LiveTV:LA conference, the Forum drew more than 300 attendees to discuss the latest advances in HDR, 4K UHD, virtual reality, and more.  More