Video displays are a core part of the fan experience at many college sporting events. However, many don't realize all of the time and effort that goes on behind the scenes to ensure the perfecting timing and execution of each element. As an Event Producer at the University of Georgia (UGA), Anna Pence understands just ...
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.
Display technology is a core part of the fan experience at sporting events. However, displays can't be brought to life without creative, engaging content and an experienced producer; a team working together seamlessly behind the scenes to ensure a unified production.
This is also a busy time for us at Daktronics; we like to call it “Dak Madness”. At the Division 1 Men’s National Basketball Tournament alone, we have equipment inside and outside at 11 venues hosting 49 games to help provide fans with the information and live video they need to enjoy the overall game-day experience.
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.