MLB Network takes viewers out to the ball game

Grotticelli, Michael
February 2009
Broadcast Engineering;Feb2009, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p40
Trade Publication
The article details the design plan of the new hybrid SD/HD facility with live games shot for the Major League Baseball (MLB) in Secaucus, New Jersey. Among the design teams who were tasked to put on a production platform that could support television, Internet, and mobile television (TV) services are the MLB Network, CBT Systems, and The Systems Group. The facility will be securely tied via fiber to all MLB ballparks in the country in order to bring fans at home closer to the game.


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