Recent Posts tagged with University of Cincinnati

University of Cincinnati, Daktronics Craft New Centerhung for Revamped Fifth Third Arena

The University of Cincinnati’s Fifth Third Arena, home to the Bearcats’ basketball and volleyball teams, went through a massive overhaul in March 2017 with extensive changes to seating, amenities, and overall look. The biggest change was installation of Daktronics videoboards, including a centerhung system that reaches from one three-point line to the other.  More

Venue News: Villanova Pursues Arena Upgrades; Tokyo’s Olympic Stadium Design Under Fire

Villanova is actively engaged in a fundraising drive for renovations to the Pavilion, adding everything from a video screen to more bathrooms, concession stands, souvenir stands, and premium suites, writes the Associated Press. But the key questions of when the project would start, how long the process would take, what the final project would include […]  More

Venue News: UCF Unveils ‘Blacktop’ Court; University of Cincinnati Stadium Renovation Plans Approved

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group University of Central Florida recently unveiled its new “blacktop” court after a seven-month process in which the school nearly gave up on the subtle, standout design. The black-stained court proved harder to produce on actual hardwood than in computer mockups. From the photos on UCF’s Twitter […]  More

Venue News: Reliant Stadium To Get Widest Video Display in Pro Sports; University of Cincinnati Plans Stadium Makeover

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, SVG The Harris County Sports and Convention Corp. voted Dec. 19 to enlarge Reliant Stadium’s video display boards to enhance the city’s bid to host the Super Bowl in 2017. The boards are expected to be the largest in Texas and the widest in professional sports. Construction is expected […]  More

Venue News: Seattle Arena Plans Released; Atlanta Falcons Inch Closer to New Stadium

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group From “cruise ship” to “glowing volcano” to “Jell-O mold,” there have been some imaginative adjectives attached to the latest Seattle Arena design proposal, which 360 Architecture presented Tuesday night. In its original proposal last month to Seattle’s Downtown Design Review Board, the architecture firm commissioned by […]  More

News Corp-Time Warner Deal Saves Sugar Bowl Ratings

It wasn’t much of a game, but at least it wasn’t a black out. The nasty dispute between Time Warner Cable and News Corp. over monthly subscriber fees for the Fox network and other News Corp. cable channels was settled just one hour before kickoff of 2009 Sugar Bowl. Had the two sides not come […]  More

Password must contain the following:

A lowercase letter

A capital (uppercase) letter

A number

Minimum 8 characters