ESPN Emerging Technology

Behind The Scenes

Women’s Final Four coverage will feature ESPN Virtual 3 technology

ESPN's Remote Operations team overcame a short time window to set up coverage of the 2016 Women's Final Four, which…

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Golf

ESPN Emerging Technology’s enhancement of golf visuals displayed at Open Championship

ESPN’s Emerging Technology group has taken the Protracer system for tracking tee shots to another level. Learn how this will…

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The Monday Lineup: 8 ESPN moments from the weekend PLUS HR Derby format changes

ESPN's telecast of the Gillette Home Run Derby tonight will feature a brand new format to the contest, several unique…

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X Games

X Games accents Austin

How did ESPN mesh its action sports franchise with the new host city known for its cutting edge culture?

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NFL

New “one-stop shopping tool” aids in ESPN’s NFL Draft coverage

A new data-gathering tool created by ESPN’s Emerging Technology department will help the network provide even more in-depth information on…

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Behind The Scenes

ESPN Emerging Technology aids NCAA men’s lacrosse officiating with invention of the Stall Warning Device

In September 2012, the NCAA implemented a stall warning procedure for men’s lacrosse to include a 30-second time frame for…

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Behind The Scenes

ESPN and Full Sail University unveil new, state-of-the-art Sports Lab

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F8lAXXbgR3o&w=615&h=390] ESPN and Full Sail University, an award-winning entertainment and media institution based in Winter Park, Fla., recently celebrated…

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Behind The Scenes

Learn how ESPN tackles tech problems, fosters innovations

Collaboration is part of the DNA of ESPN. Without all departments working together, the company would not be where it…

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Behind The Scenes

ESPN Emerging Technology opens first international office in Bangalore

Last month, ESPN’s Emerging Technology opened its first international office in Bangalore, India. The office will be led by former…

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