850 runs loop in advance of split (to ESPN on AM)

Kevin Vahey kvahey@gmail.com
Sun Oct 7 01:49:29 EDT 2012

NESN has been doing Red Sox and Bruins home games in Dolby Digital 5.1
Surround Sound since 2004.

UMass telecasts for the most part are low budget remote productions. UMass
is a tough sell in the Boston market especially on the radio side.

WEEI owns the broadcast rights for UMass but the games are only fed to WWEI
in Springfield and WVEI-AM in Worcester.


Entercom does put UMass games on WATD Marshfield but that signal is hit or
miss north of Quincy.

On Sun, Oct 7, 2012 at 12:09 AM, A Joseph Ross <joe@attorneyross.com> wrote:

> On 10/6/2012 11:38 PM, Jeff Lehmann wrote:
>> I've watched some UMass games on my livingroom TV, which is a stereo
>>> TV, but I've never noticed much difference.  Is it possible that some
>>> games are done in stereo and some aren't?
>> Where you really notice the stereo audio during sports broadcasts, is
>> listening on a surround sound system, with the speakers further separated
>> than on a regular TV. Many games are even broadcast in 5.1 surround sound,
>> which is quite impressive!
> I don't have surround sound, but I have the TV connected to the stereo
> system, and the speakers are a bit more separated than just speakers on the
> TV would be.  I've noticed stereo effects on other programs, but not on
> football games.
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