A growing sports broadcast trend is using LED displays as press conference backdrops instead of static canvas. LED is the preferred option because it looks great in front of TV cameras with superb color, resolution and clarity, and sponsors’ content changes seamlessly with the click of a button.
The puck drops this week on the second season of Detroit Red Wings hockey at Little Caesars Arena. The arena features a 48-display integrated LED system, including the world's largest seamless centerhung display.
Earlier this season we sat down with Tom Wilson, President and CEO Olympia Entertainment, and Pete Skorich, Vice President Entertainment Services Olympia Entertainment, to talk about the new video displays and services provided by Daktronics at Little Caesars Arena.
Recently we sat down with Bryan Bender, Lions Director of Event Presentation, and Todd Argust, Lions Vice President of Operations to recap the first season of the new video displays and reflect on our long-standing partnership at Ford Field.
This week Major League Baseball (MLB) pitchers and catchers report to their respective team's training location in either Arizona or Florida, signifying the start of Spring Training and baseball season. Other team members report shortly after, followed by weeks of practice and exhibition games leading up to MLB Opening Day at the end of March. ...