Tag: video production

Game-Day Production Steps Up to the Plate in Cincinnati

As Major League Baseball is about to begin for the 2022 season, the Cincinnati Reds are prepared for a new season with their HDR-capable display system from Daktronics.

Save the Date: 2022 High School Video Summit

Mark your calendars for the 2022 High School Video Summit held in Brookings, SD or virtually!

Entire Athletic Budget Benefits from Stadium Video Board

Mountain Brook High School lies in a suburb of Birmingham, Alabama. They have about a thousand students and a very supportive network of parents and businesses. So when the school installed a new Daktronics video board on their football field, they successfully found sponsors to help them pay for it – and add funds to ...

One district. Six schools. Learning together.

Socorro ISD in El Paso, Texas, uses its video board to teach students how to work together to promote sponsors and create a fan experience in their Student Activity Complex (SAC).

High School Novice to University Video Board Operator

Papillion LaVista High School High School student Aidan Cho was the first student producer with their Daktronics video board. Today, he is working at a university level and continues to help his high school advance through content creation and the game day experience.

The Dos and Don’ts of Livestreaming

Presenting Dos and Don’ts of Live Streaming from Daktronics – a list of tips for livestream technology operators to enhance the experience for everyone who watches high school sports and events online.

The Halftime Show Must Go On

That’s the end of the first half! During the pandemic, schools are finding halftime looks different as some of the traditions have changed.

Don’t Miss a Moment: 6 Camera Service Tips

When you think if of Daktronics, you likely think of large screen displays and scoreboards. However, as the fall sports season comes to an end, it's a good to take inventory of different resources to help you ensure that your cameras are ready for future seasons and act on any maintenance and restocking needed. Here ...

From the Student Section to the Press Box

With a strong tie to sports, it was a no-brainer for Perry High School, located in Massillon, OH, to start a broadcast journalism course where students could experiment with the school’s video display. Keith Brown, the instructor for this class, enjoys seeing what the students come up with. “We started with this course to teach ...

It All Starts With a Dream

One of the best parts of owning a video display is uncovering what it can do for not only your games but for your school. Michael Krill, the Film & Literature teacher at Oconomowoc High School, located in Oconomowoc, Wisconsin, realized early on that there was more to the display than just showcasing scores. “Once ...