2022 Sports Emmys: Fox Sports Senior Audio Engineer Joe Carpenter Reflects on a Magical Year of MLB on FOX
FOX took home the Sports Emmy for Outstanding Audio/Sound - Live Event on Tuesday evening in New York City
Since Major League Baseball first debuted on FOX Sports back in 1996, the network’s audio team has established itself as a benchmark of sound in the live sports production space. At the 2022 Sports Emmys, MLB on FOX returned to the summit of sound when it took home the trophy for Outstanding Audio/Sound – Live Event.
SVG caught up with Fox Sports’ senior sound engineer Joe Carpenter to break down a unique and successful year of MLB on FOX that included the return of live fans to the ballpark, the MLB at Field of Dreams game, and another memorable Postseason.
Those credited on the project included:
Senior Audio Engineers
Mark Antcliffe, Jason Blood, Joe Carpenter, Matt Huff, Michael Mason, Loren Sherman
Alex Alleva, Jeff Barwise, Paul Bouzar, Jonathan Campos, Andre Carabajal, Peter Clark, Bobby Diaz, Peter Erskine, Fred Ferris, Joel Groeblinghoff, Richard Headen, David Heffelfinger, Jason Knapp, Brian Lally, Tim Lewis, Anthony Lomastro, Marc Majerus, John Mureddu, Ryan O’Gorman, Greg Pavis, Frank Rafka, Brian Ready, Mike Rew, Michael Rew, Atiba Riley, Matt Rossetti, Andy Rostron, Zachary Vick, Steven Wagoner