Step 1: shrink the damn .TV logo
Step 2: lower the score bar
Step 3: get rid of the radio stream and actually have someone call the game as a real tv production
Step 4: don't get you *** kicked by the FCS
Step 5: beer
Camera angles need to be set in such a way that those watching can see a play develop. Replays graphics must be trimmed down for time, and the use of replays should not be after every positive yardage play. A little discretion would go a long way to improving the viewer experience. I like John and Eric's audio feed, so that doesn't bother me.
Just guessing the cy.tv producers/camera people are a little green. Ordinarily this wouldn't be a big deal, but people are accustomed to the network viewing experience that goes with watching college football on ESPN. SO they have a ways to go.
1. Stop showing effing replays when you know that ISU runs a hurry up offense. 2. Pan out a little more so that the when the camera man has been fooled and can't follow the play, its not quite so evident. 3. Stop showing effing replays...
At least for me.....they need to adjust the sound volume. I had to crank it up when I switched to that channel versus any other channel on the tv.
Need more camera positions, and better overall direction (calling camera shots). I know.....this costs money to get camera operators, but hopefully it will someday get to the point that it is better than the video highlights of high school games we see on the local news on Friday nights. But, it is it's first "real" on tv season so, give it time to grow I guess.
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