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A Look Back at February 2018 – One of the Biggest and Busiest Months in Live–Sports-Production History

From the nation’s largest sports event to the world’s largest sports event, February 2018 has been chock-full of massive live sports productions. It has been a historic 28 days, with the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympics headlining the month’s events, along with Super Bowl LII in Minneapolis, NBA All-Star Weekend in Los Angeles, and the Daytona 500 […]  More

Live From NBA All-Star: RSPCT, SMT Take Shot-Tracking Graphics to Next Level on TNT’s Three-Point Contest

One of the highlights of Turner’s NBA All-Star Saturday Night coverage was the debut of a shot-tracking technology developed by Israeli startup RSPCT. Deployed for the Three-point Contest, RSPCT’s system, which uses a sensor attached to the backboard to identify exactly where the ball hits the rim/basket, was integrated with SMT’s graphics system to offer […]  More

Live From NBA All-Star: Mixon Digital Drives In-Venue LED, Graphics Ops For Jam-Packed Weekend

NBA All-Star Weekend is always a feast for the eyes, with an array of LED displays and dynamic graphics filling the arena and surrounding events. For this year’s edition, the league added plenty of Hollywood flair to the festivities at the Staples Center and the Los Angeles Convention Center. Driving the visual experiences was Mixon […]  More

Live From NBA All-Star Weekend 2018 Photo Gallery

The 2018 edition of NBA All-Star Weekend once again served as a launch pad for next-gen technology and production workflows. As usual, Turner Sports had a big bag of tech toys on hand at Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles, including an RF pylon cam on NBA All-Star Saturday Night’s Skills Challenge and shot-tracking technology […]  More

Live From NBA All-Star: AVS Pylon Cameras Take Center Stage on Saturday Night

One of the technological stars of last night’s NBA All-Star Saturday Night was a pair of RF pylon cameras used during the Skills Challenge. Turner Sports, the NBA, and AVS worked together to offer fans a new perspective in the three-round obstacle-course competition, in which the players dribbled down the sidelines, weaving in and out […]  More

Live From NBA All-Star: Media Day Goes Global With New Syndication Site, Live Streaming on Social

For the first time, NBA All-Star Media Day is a worldwide event: the league is live-streaming today’s annual event to more than 180 countries. The NBA has teamed with NeuLion to launch an NBA syndication site that provides web publishers, social-media sites, and television operators across the globe free access to live NBA player interviews. […]  More

Live From NBA All-Star: Inside Intel, Turner’s NBA on TNT Virtual-Reality Production

This weekend’s NBA All-Star festivities mark the launch of Turner Sports and Intel’s virtual-reality–production effort. The partnership, announced in November, tips off this weekend with live VR coverage of Rising Stars on Friday, All-Star Saturday Night, and the NBA All-Star Game on Sunday on the NBA on TNT VR app. Beginning next week, Turner and […]  More

Live From NBA All-Star: NBA TV, Turner Sports Social-Media Efforts Go Beyond the Game

Although TNT is carrying a whopping 24 hours of NBA All-Star programming this week, Turner Sports’ efforts go well beyond the mothership network. NBA TV (co-owned and -operated by the NBA and Turner) and Turner Sports’ social-media shows — Area 21 on Facebook and The Warmup on Twitter —  are diving deeper into the festivities […]  More

Live From NBA All-Star: Turner Sports Deploys Three-Point-Shot Tracking, Pylon Cam, Evolving Truck Compound

This weekend, NBA All-Star festivities once again serve as a showcase for Turner Sports’ tech-savvy production efforts on the hardcourt. As the gem of Turner’s annual NBA calendar for more than decade and a half, All-Star Weekend continues to be a launch pad for next-gen technology and production workflows. This year in Los Angeles, Turner’s […]  More

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