ESPN’s MegaCast processing in college football qualifying is one of their most ambitious productions of the year. The network doubles, however, by expanding it to the NFL playoffs.
Sunday’s NFL game between the Baltimore Ravens and the Tennessee Titans begins on the first of two consecutive days of MegaCasts. Monday’s game between Alabama and Ohio State will receive the immersive treatment for the seventh consecutive year.
Stephanie Druley, ESPN’s executive vice president for event and studio production, said MegaCasts allow ESPN to expand its audience while serving as a test lab for different production elements. It also enabled them to identify future commentators during their “Film Room” broadcasts.
“The biggest challenge would have been if both games were played in the same stadium. The second biggest is what we’re done with, ”Druley said. “We have our …
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