NEW JTS Renovation Video

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  1. DaddyMac

    DaddyMac Well-Known Member

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    Man, looks like they've got ALOT done in just two months - not even.
     
  2. IcSyU

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    No kidding....can't wait to see the finished product next fall...
     
  3. cyclonez7

    cyclonez7 Well-Known Member

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    The article says that ISU kicks off the season on Aug. 30 which is a Saturday. Aren't we going to kickoff on a Thursday?
     
  4. Broodwich

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    Anyone know if the renovations in this phase include upgrading the broadcasting capabilities to HD?
     
  5. cyclonedave25

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  6. IcSyU

    IcSyU Well-Known Member

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    That'd be the television stations issue...
     
  7. clonefromNE

    clonefromNE Active Member

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    So with this video it reminds me of the question of a live webcam. I wish that would go online sometime soon...
     
  8. loboclone

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    I hope not, I am sick of the "not labor day games" I want to see a game on a week end! Flying 1200 miles on Thursday is not possible!
     
  9. jbing

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    So weird to see the stairs heading up to my beloved Section D missing!
     
  10. dustinal

    dustinal Well-Known Member

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    If you're talking about the in-stadium scoreboard video, I doubt it. They'll probably have to replace the scoreboard when they bowl in the end zone, so I don't think they'd make any major adjustments to it before then. This is all just a guess, though. I don't know anything for a fact.

    If you're talking about TV networks broadcasting our games in HD, then as someone else here said, that's up to the networks.
     
  11. DBQ Clone

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    The cabling for HD is the same as SD. So everything else (cameras, video recording, sat uplink) is up to the networks/local TV. That is, assuming there are built in drops in the first place. I'm not familiar with their setup. If there were no cabling drops, that might be a nice upgrade. No pulling cable all the way from the parking lots.
     

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