ESPN Sports the Latest in Digital Media Technology

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ESPN Sports the Latest in Digital Media Technology

Raw video streams into the ingest room from fiber-optic cables, leaving staffers to crunch data, tag it and dump it into a digital media server.

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ESPN Sports the Latest in Digital Media Technology - The Digital Equipment Room

Data gets sent from the ingest room to the digital equipment room, where rows of digital media servers wait to absorb and digitize data.

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ESPN Sports the Latest in Digital Media Technology - The Cage

Staffers huddle on some content in the cage, one of ESPNs graphic design rooms.

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ESPN Sports the Latest in Digital Media Technology - Mission Control

At mission control, the penultimate location for the content you see on TV, production staffers and directors package video clips and graphics with broadcast content.

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ESPN Sports the Latest in Digital Media Technology - Master Control

Also known as the cash register, the master control room is where video and graphics are packaged with advertising to help target content for the consumer.

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ESPN Sports the Latest in Digital Media Technology - ESPN360.com

ESPN360.com is a virtual control room for the avid sports fan, allowing consumers to view six events at once and to pause and resume each one.

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ESPN Sports the Latest in Digital Media Technology - ESPN Mobile TV

ESPNs Mobile TV service uses UHF spectrum to pipe TV through Web phones with latency of just a few seconds.

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