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NFL Playoffs 2023: CBS Sports to expand AFC Coverage

Wednesday 18 de January 2023 / 12:00

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(Buffalo).- Fresh off its most-watched regular season of NFL coverage in seven years (average 18.487 million viewers), CBS Sports charges into the playoffs this weekend with a big game on the AFC side of the bracket. The broadcaster is in Buffalo for the second-seeded Bills’ matchup with the seventh-seeded Miami Dolphins (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, CBS).

NFL Playoffs 2023: CBS Sports to expand AFC Coverage

It’s the lone game of the weekend for the team at CBS, which is focused on filling up Highmark Stadium with more than 60 cameras — including a Skycam and multiple Pylon Cams — as well as its signature enhancements, such as the Sports Emmy-winning RomoVision.

“I think we’ve done a really good job over the last couple of years of building up our weekly regular-season game to the point where it resembled very significantly what a Wild Card game used to look like,” says Jason Cohen, VP, remote technical operations, CBS Sports. “When we now go from Week 18 to the Wild Card, it’s almost an extension of the regular season. We add facilities, cameras, technology enhancements, replay servers, and so on to the Wild Card, and then we keep on building up through the Divisional [Round] and on the [AFC] Championship [Game]. Every round escalates a little bit more, yes, but now the leap from the regular season to the Wild Card is by no means great.

“It allows us to add to the show without completely disrupting a lot of the muscle memories that build throughout the season,” he continues. “Technology additions become just a little extra for situational value. It’s not a landmark shift where they have to rethink how they’re producing the show.”

Each week, the show will grow in size during this NFL Playoff season. One notable addition on the broadcaster’s to-be-determined Divisional Round game next week is the return of Trolly Cam, the point-to-point cabled aerial camera system provided by Flycam. Trolly Cam’s run extends a few rows back over the seats on the near sideline and can zip along at speeds of up to 65 mph. The system offers a unique look that debuted in CBS Sports’ NFL Playoff coverage in 2021.

There are plans for drone coverage at CBS’s games. Depending on the venue, it could be ENG-based or live with help from the team at Beverly Hills Aerials.

Also starting with the Division Round next week, CBS will deploy Fujinon’s new HZK25-1000mm lens. The native–PL-mount lens was introduced in the U.S. last month and has since worked some of its first events, including a regular-season NFL game on CBS, a Monday Night Football game, and the CFP National Championship for ESPN.

“We will play with different possible capacities for that lens to be a part of our broadcast,” says Cohen, “whether it’s shooting field-level or much of what ESPN did in a high–end-zone capacity. We want to integrate that lens since it is some of the latest and greatest lens technology.”

For the playoffs, Aerial Video Systems (AVS) is providing two RF cameras (one a shallow–depth-of-field rig using a Sony FX9) this weekend in Buffalo (that total grows to five by AFC Championship), video returns, talent monitors, and comms. Multiple vendors are providing Pylon Cams: Broadcast Sports International (BSI), C360 (recently acquired by Cosm), and 3G Wireless.

Developed with Genius Sports and its Second Spectrum technology, RomoVision, the graphics-based instant-replay enhancement used by analyst Tony Romo continues its run after winning the George Wensel Technical Achievement Award at last year’s Sports Emmys.

By Brandon Costa


Tags: Sportsbook , Genius Sports Group, Sports Gaming ,

País: United States

Región: North America



09 de April 2024

EGT & EGT Digital impressed at GAT Expo 2024 showcasing their innovative iGaming solutions

(Cartagena de Indias, SoloAzar Exclusive).- Ms. Silviya Marinova, Director of EGT Colombia, granted an interview to SoloAzar about the performance of the firm at the latest edition of GAT Expo Cartagena. She spoke about the highlights of the tradeshow, the latest innovations showcased including the Phoenix slot cabinet and the all-in-one betting platform X-Nave. She also remarked the importance of their presence in the iGaming Colombian market.

Wednesday 22 May 2024 / 12:00

Casino Garage: committed to sustainability

(Cartagena de Indias, Exclusive SoloAzar) - Meet Ester Tarres, the visionary behind Casino Garage, a world leader in refurbishing second-hand slot machines since its creation in 2006. With a team of professionals, Casino Garage has become synonymous with excellence. In this article, Ester tells us about her presence at the GAT Expo, held from 9 to 11 April.

Tuesday 07 May 2024 / 12:00

Responsible Gaming, Regulation and Certification in Latin America and the Caribbean

(Cartagena de Indias, Exclusive SoloAzar). - Karen Sierra-Hughes, Vice President for Latin America, the Caribbean and Spain at GLI (Gaming Laboratories International), led the GLI Corporate Conference: Technology and Sustainable Gaming. With her extensive experience as a gaming regulatory consultant in the region, Karen offered key perspectives on how technology can drive sustainability in the gaming industry.

Tuesday 07 May 2024 / 12:00


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