Editor’s note: Happy New Year! Front Row is revisiting a few of our most popular posts from our first nine months of existence in 2011 — just in case you missed them the first time.
It’s been a fast nine months of ESPN Front Row.
It all started with our “A Day In The Life” photo project, a real-time look at ESPN employees at work for a 24-hour period.
Yesterday, we revisited the first 12 hours of March 30, 2011.
Below, enjoy the final 12 hours of that spring day — and night.
11:58 PM EDT The Final Wave
10:02 PM EDT Los Angeles: Steady As He Goes
9:15 PM EDT Charlotte, N.C.: Waiting At The Gate
8:17 PM EDT – Los Angeles: Face The Nación
Nación Anchor Adrianna Monsalve in the makeup room sharing a laugh with makeup artist Linda Sammut
7:48 EDT – Bristol Settles into Evening
6:05:10 PM EDT: Putting the Pieces Together
5:02 PM EDT Building Dreams
4:05 PM EDT – Lake Buena Vista, Fla.: ESPN Wide World of Sports
Gaines Johnson works on the FIrst & 10 technology for spring football in the ESPN Innovation Mobile Lab.
3:00 PM EDT – Hello, hello? Is anybody out there?
Marco Poulin, transmission specialist, works from a lift to align a Torus satellite feed assembly to ensure optimal signal reception from one of the 47 satellites that transmission utilizes to ingest program content. The Torus antenna itself is capable of receiving signals from up to 35 satellites simultaneously, from a fixed position.