NBC delivers three-screen OLYMPICS

Dick, Brad
October 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Oct2008, Vol. 50 Issue 10, p53
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the assignment that were given to David Mazza, senior vice president, engineering-Olympics, National Broadcasting Co. (NBC) television network, and his staff for the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China. It states that the invisible tribute to Mazza's team was the network's ability to produce more content, in high-definition (HD) video plus 2200 hours of streaming programs that was all accomplished by a production staff in the U.S.


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