Recent Posts tagged with Rogers Sportsnet

Behind The Mic: Dan Patrick Out, Mike Tirico In for NBC; Peyton Manning Turns Down Fox TNF Role

Behind the Mic provides a roundup of recent news regarding on-air talent, including new deals, departures, and assignments compiled from press releases and reports around the industry. In this week’s edition, NBC’s Sunday night studio team loses a major key, Fox is spurned by a future Hall-of-Famer, ESPN adds to its stable of podcasts while […]  More

ESPN, NHL Reunite for World Cup of Hockey

This weekend, the National Hockey League returns to ESPN for the first time since before the 2004-05 lockout. ESPN will cover the World Cup of Hockey, a two-week tournament starting tomorrow and pitting eight teams chock-full of NHL talent against one another at the Air Canada Centre in Toronto. And those at ESPN who were […]  More

Wow or Woe?

Today, July 24, 2016. as this image from page 13 of the July 25, 1916 issue of The Evening Star in Washington, D.C. indicates, is the 100th anniversary of the first meeting of the Society of Motion Picture Engineers, the group that became SMPTE in 1950 when a T for television was added. The article noted that, […]  More

Rogers Sportsnet Doubles Size of Quantel System for NHL Coverage

Canada’s leading sports media broadcaster, Rogers Sportsnet, has doubled the size of its Quantel Enterprise sQ fast-turnaround news and sports system to handle its growing workflow after acquiring the exclusive national rights to NHL coverage for the next 12 years. Sportsnet consists of four regional channels and the nationally-distributed Sportsnet ONE and Sportsnet World. The […]  More

Rogers Selects Shure Wireless Technology For Hockey Night In Canada

When Rogers Sportsnet won the Canadian broadcast rights to NHL hockey, including the venerable Hockey Night in Canada, it shocked many across the industry. To ensure success on the production side, Sportsnet contracted with RP Dynamics of Toronto to act as audio consultant for its new studio complex.  More

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