Behind the Scenes: What it takes to produce a Super Bowl broadcast
Sunday's game is the grand finale of a season of football and a ton of preparation.
When George Hoover entered the world of broadcasting, he immediately began making an impact.
Now retired, Hoover spent the majority of his career as the Chief Technology Officer of NEP Broadcasting — the designer and manufacturer of remote broadcast trucks for the most highly televised events on the planet.
From World Series to U.S. Opens to Stanley Cups, there may be no bigger annual television event on the planet than the Super Bowl.
Ahead of Sunday’s game, Hoover stopped by the KOAM Morning News to share what it takes to put together a Super Bowl-worthy broadcast every year, and what new technology we can expect to see on Sunday night.