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NBA Summer League Audio Pushes the Envelope

Turner expands use of multi-lobe arrays; Q5X aims for smaller By Dan Daley, Audio Editor Friday, July 22, 2022 - 12:42 pm Print This Story | Subscribe The NBA Summer League is basketball’s Skunk Works, and this year’s series at the Thomas & Mack Center and Cox...

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LIV Golf Aims To Take Golf Audio on a Really Long Drive

Upstart association puts sound near the core of its broadcast identity By Dan Daley, Audio Editor Thursday, June 23, 2022 - 7:00 am Print This Story | Subscribe LIV Golf’s website landing page makes a declaration regarding the new league’s intentions for the most...

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MLB, ESPN Take Player-Miking to a New Level

Ballplayers on the field are happy to share what’s on their minds By Dan Daley, Audio Editor Friday, May 20, 2022 - 10:54 am Print This Story | Subscribe Baseball players are just plain chatty. Perhaps it’s the relatively slow pace of the game, or maybe the pitcher is...

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Fan Controlled Football Gets Up-Close and Personal Audio

All players will be wired for sound in the FCF League’s second season By Dan Daley, Audio Editor Call it Fan Controlled Football 2.0. The FCF League is about to embark on its second season, bigger and definitely louder than ever. That’s in part because the league is...

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Down and Dirty: Derby Audio Goes Into the Ground

ESPN will have a fair share of the cameras covering the progress of tonight’s Derby, and its audio coverage is no less impressive. Tasked with bringing the crack of the bat and the feel of a towering home run, technicians have installed an array of microphones in...

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