Remote Play-by-play Takes Olympic Sized Step

With the 2016 Paralympic Games just complete in Rio, we can say goodbye to another cycle of the world’s biggest sporting event. The 31st Olympiad in Rio saw not only great sporting achievements dominated by the exploits of athletes like Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt…but also in technology and broadcasting. When it comes to NBC,…

Soccer Cheat Sheets: Nick Barnes

I love what you can find when you’re not looking for it. When doing some research and scouting around for some imagery on another story, I found this wonderful chestnut for those among us who LOVE spotting board layouts and design. In the past I’ve covered some true beauties including Jack Edwards’ setup from the…

Devlin is a true utility player

It’s hard enough broadcasting for one sport at the pro level. The travel, the research and the pressure are all dialed up to 10. However Toronto’s Matt Devlin seems to thrive under that pressure, and manages to not only stay at the highest level, but switch seamlessly between different sports. Toronto newspaper, The Star, recently…

Inside the world of Arena Football PBP

One of the most fascinating things about broadcasting for me is the ‘how’. How other broadcasters setup, how they prepare, how they work their way through a game and how they do what they do. I’m a firm believer in learning from others…not copying but seeing what makes them successful and finding my own spin…