SVG Sit-Down: Notre Dame’s Mike Bonner, Brock Raum on Creating a Video Philosophy for ‘The House That Rockne Built’

In the two years since the historic announcement that Notre Dame would add video to the football game-day experience, Notre Dame Stadium has been transformed. The university partnered with ANC Sports to install a 10-mm Mitsubishi Electric video display measuring 54 ft. high x 95.5 ft. wide to the stadium’s south end zone and surround […]  More

New Era at Notre Dame: Campus Crossroads Redefines College Video

Since the days of Knute Rockne and “The Gipper,” the University of Notre Dame has forged a football program steeped in history, tradition, and victory. Over nearly a century, the school has continually leveraged the overwhelming success of its athletic program to benefit its academic and faith-based missions. That tradition continues with the Campus Crossroads […]  More

CBS Sports, Army Extend Multi-Year Partnership Through 2022

CBS Sports and Army have announced a multi-year deal that extends their partnership through 2022. As part of the agreement, CBS Sports Network will continue to televise all Army home football games. CBS Sports Network will televise seven Army football games in 2017. The network will also have the option to televise additional football games through […]  More

FloSports Strikes Deal with Conference USA To Air Football Games

FloSports has announced an agreement with Conference USA to air football games on FloFootball.com. The partnership includes exclusive live and on-demand coverage of three regular season games featuring the University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Western Kentucky (WKU), Eastern Kentucky (EKU), Louisiana Tech, and Rice University.  More

Daktronics Ready for College Football Kickoff: 61 LED Display Installs at 29 Venues

Daktronics has worked with 29 colleges and universities to bring a total of 61 LED displays combining for 52,775 square feet to campuses for the 2017 college football season. Colleges including Appalachian State University, University of Cincinnati and West Virginia University will be unveiling new main end zone displays to enhance their fans’ game-day experience.  More

American Digital Network To Increase Fall Sports Offerings

Building on its success over the last four years, the American Digital Network (ADN) will increase its fall sports offerings in 2017. The ADN will offer four regular-season contests in men’s and women’s soccer, along with volleyball. Additionally, the American Athletic Conference men’s and women’s cross country, women’s soccer and men’s soccer championships will have broadcast […]  More

Qunnipiac, Syracuse, and CMU Incorporate LiveU in Newsgathering Curriculum

The broadcast field isn’t easy to break into, but  journalism students at Qunnipiac University, Syracuse University, and Central Michigan University (CMU) are gaining an edge by working with the professional equipment that broadcasters around the globe are using to cover breaking news. All three schools have added LiveU technology to its curriculum, so students are […]  More

College Football Preview: Fox Sports To Produce 13 Games in 4K

Fox Sports is continuing down the 4K path this college-football season, producing and delivering one game a week in 4K for such providers as DirecTV. The 13-game effort, which marks Fox Sports’ first multigame 4K package to date, begins this weekend with Saturday’s matchup between the University of Maryland Terrapins and the University of Texas […]  More