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Bannister Lake and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Extend Real-Time Data to Fuel Fan Engagement Posted: 20/12/2019
Bannister Lake and Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Extend Real-Time Data to Fuel Fan Engagement

Bannister Lake announced today that long-time client Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment (MLSE) has enhanced its real-time data offerings to sports fans using Bannister Lake's data management solution. Real-time NBA, NHL, and MLSE-generated in-house data is now being displayed in all the suites located in Scotiabank Arena.

Screens in the suites display real-time game statistics providing fans with a deeper understanding of the game and allowing them to track the performance of their favorite teams and players. MLSE ingests the data directly from the leagues, aggregates and manages the content through Chameleon, and then distributes it to the venue's signage system. Fans are exposed to targeted advertising along with game statistics populated within an overlaid L-Bar graphic.

"Bannister Lake now helps our venue effectively manage real-time data content and make it readily available in Scotiabank Arena," said David August, director of venue technology, MLSE. "Chameleon makes it easy to ingest, aggregate, and customize all kinds of data feeds without the need to write custom code."

 

 

Tags: Bannister Lake | Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment | Chameleon Solution | Aggregate Data Content | Scotiabank Arena | MLSE
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Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Employs RTW TM7 TouchMonitor for 5.1 Studio Upgrade Posted: 07/02/2013
Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Employs RTW TM7 TouchMonitor for 5.1 Studio Upgrade

 

The innovative seven-inch-touchscreen audio monitor is simple to use and provides the engineering staff with the measurement data necessary for keeping audio levels in check during the many live sporting events the network covers.
 
Tags: Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment | MLSE | RTW | TM7 | 5.1 audio | loudness | metering | broadcast
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