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Harvard University Athletics Enhances Broadcast Audio with Studio Technologies Posted: 05/10/2021
Harvard University Athletics Enhances Broadcast Audio with Studio Technologies

Over the last several years, Harvard University Athletics has grown its sports broadcasts significantly, doubling online viewership and establishing partnerships with ESPN and other national and regional networks. To help deliver excellent audio during these productions, Harvard turns to products from Studio Technologies, manufacturer of high-quality audio, video, and fiber-optic solutions. Units like the Model 204 and Model 230 Announcer’s Consoles, Model 45A Audio Interface, and Model 45DC Intercom Interface have enabled student-led production teams to run about 300 pro-level broadcasts across 42 teams each year, including football, basketball, skiing, rowing, fencing, and more.

Tags: Studio Technologies | school sports broadcasts | AV solutions
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Polygon Labs Creates Four-World Tokyo-Based Virtual Set for Televisa Sports Channel TUDN Posted: 16/08/2021
Polygon Labs Creates Four-World Tokyo-Based Virtual Set for Televisa and rsquo;s Sports Channel TUDN

Polygon Labs, an innovative studio pushing the boundaries of interactive data applications and visual branding, has announced that it has completed the creation of a sophisticated virtual set for popular sports channel TUDN, which is owned by Univision and Televisa. The virtual set was built specifically for the show Tokio Nos Une and allowed the presenters to appear in four different worlds, all with a Tokyo theme. Tokio Nos Une is a two-hour program that aired recently daily during a primetime slot.


Tags: Polygon Labs | Televisa | TUDN | Sports broadcasts | Virtual set | Unreal Engine | Vizrt
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The Big Swing Podcast Hits a Homerun With MXL Microphones Posted: 01/05/2020
 and ldquo;The Big Swing and rdquo; Podcast Hits a Homerun With MXL Microphones

Breaking down barriers between athletes and fans, Ross Stripling and Cooper Surles launched “The Big Swing” podcast in January 2019 to discuss everything from sports to pop culture to finance, with a focus on all things baseball. When the co-hosts were looking to deploy a high-quality microphone solution to capture crystal-clear audio for their podcast, they found exactly what they were searching for with MXL Microphones’ BCD-1 Live Broadcast Dynamic Microphone.

“In our first few months of podcasting, audio was the biggest challenge for us,” says Stripling. “Once we were able to deploy the MXL mics and put them in front of each speaker, our audio went up twofold – the sound quality of MXL’s BCD-1 is incomparable to the previous solution we were using.”

Tags: MXL Microphones | Podcasts | Sports Broadcasts
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More sports feeds more cost-effectively: Globecast announces Globecast Managed Cloud Network Posted: 05/09/2019
More sports feeds more cost-effectively: Globecast announces Globecast Managed Cloud Network

Globecast, the global solutions provider for media, has announced the launch of Globecast Managed Cloud Network (Globecast MCN), responding to pressures across the sports broadcasting market for more content more of the time, to affiliates and viewers.

Tags: Cloud | Globecast | sports | sports broadcasts | content | media | distribution | IBC 2019 | IBC 2019
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