Originally Posted by Ken H /forum/post/12987889
Thanks for the update, Wendel. It's good to see Raycom doing HD; is this new for you?
Originally Posted by SNF Mixer /forum/post/12988186
Nah. Been doing ACC games forever. They're conveniently in my back yard.
Rest of the nation is on ESPN2 HD. I was wrong earlier.
Originally Posted by Ramsrule /forum/post/12989869
Isnt this the second regular season HD broadcast for Raycom? They did a game last year (Maryland and Miami maybe?) as a test prior to the ACC tourney if what little memory I have left isnt totally failing me at the moment, correct?
Originally Posted by Ramsrule /forum/post/12989986
This link may help a bit..... I didnt have time to go through it since I'm now off my lunch break... LOL!-
4 regular season games in HD-
Originally Posted by agregjones /forum/post/12990340
It's love/hate here. The game will air on the WCTI in eastern NC. This means that I will be glad to see an ACC game locally carried. It also means that the season premiere of LOST will not be aired until the next night in SD.
Originally Posted by MRM4 /forum/post/12988042
I wish our SEC games on Raycom where in HD. But our Knoxville station will stick it on their .2 channel which isn't HD.
Originally Posted by SNF Mixer /forum/post/12992702
Caught up on things here. Starting some pre-production.
Raycom is using NCP VIII, the same truck we used last season for the tourney. We are sharing some cameras with ESPN. We have the game camera, a high tight, and three hand-helds. We are borrowing form ESPN their reverse angle and right slash (diagonal) camera. ESPN takes our game camera and has additional hand-helds under each basket.
Raycom puts out the effects mics and gives feeds of each to ESPN.
We each have announce positions high in the rafters of Cameron.
(And I think I get WWAY for ABC in Wilmington, so my LOST recording should be safe.)