Small things, and enjoy … eyes. New technologies are increasingly used in television studios, thanks to which broadcasts are varied and – simply – you watch them well.
This week the Champions League 2019/20 has started for good. During the broadcast of Wednesday's Bayern Munich vs Crven Zvezda Belgrade meeting (won by the German club 3: 0) on Polish television we were able to see another presentation on how new technologies can enrich such programs. Well, Paulina Chylewska moved from Polsat Sport studio straight to the Allianz Arena turf to talk to Roman Kołton, who is already there.
Of course, these are just tests of this solution and you can complain, whether it's (and not so long) delays, or that the journalist does not cast a shadow. Still, the effect is not so bad and can be a good start to modernizing sports broadcasts. Take a look at the video material below from Polsat Sport channel and let me know in the comments what you think about it!
Especially for the needs of footballing, Polsat has built a modern 700 m2 sports studio with a 4x4K video wall. Have you watched any meetings yet? How do you assess the effect?
Source: Polsat Sport
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