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Yards Of Film By: Sherman Holt. The History and Evolution Of NFL Broadcasting. In the Beginning. First Game was shot on October 22, 1939 National Broadcasting Company Only 8 people were needed for the broadcast.

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yards of film by sherman holt

Yards Of Film By: Sherman Holt

The History and Evolution Of NFL Broadcasting

in the beginning
In the Beginning
  • First Game was shot on October 22, 1939
  • National Broadcasting Company
  • Only 8 people were needed for the broadcast
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"I’d sit with my chin on the rail in the mezzanine, and the camera was over my shoulder," remembered Walz. "I did my own spotting, and when the play moved up and down the field, on punts or kickoffs, I’d point to tell the cameraman what I’d be talking about.”

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  • "It was a cloudy day, when the sun crept behind the stadium there wasn’t enough light for the cameras," according to Walz. "The picture would get darker and darker, and eventually it would go completely blank, and we’d revert to a radio broadcast." Such an occurrence would create a furor today, but in 1939 it was simply technology at its best.
paving the way
Paving the Way
  • Chet Forte, born August 7, 1935– May 18, 1996
  • Known for choice of angles and close-ups
  • ABC Sports, In the mid 1960’s
  • Became the lead director for Monday Night Football 1970
other influences
Other Influences
  • After WWII regular broadcasting of games was developed
  • Sandy Grossman, CBS, Appeal to viewers
going to the big show
Going to the Big Show
  • In 1953-1955 NFL went primetime, coast to coast, on a weekly basis
  • Why was this a big deal?
evolution of broadcasting
Evolution Of Broadcasting

First Super Bowl footage

What is your analysis?

What do you like about this footage?

What can be better?

1970 s
1970’S
  • First Monday Night Football Game
  • What has changed?
  • Do you notice any different or complicated cuts or edits?
1980 s
1980’S
  • 1980\'s Game Broadcast

WHAT HAS CHANGED?

1990 s
1990’S
  • 1993 Super Bowl Footage

How has the editing played

a roll in this game?

the transformation
The Transformation

What caused the boom of NFL Broadcasting?

  • Advertising
  • Media
  • Demand
the new millennium
The New Millennium
  • 2009 Super Bowl Broadcast
in the future
In the Future

What will it look like?

3-D Football

florida state
Florida State

Florida State Athletics

3-D Article What Lies Ahead

credits
Credits
  • www.youtube.com
  • www.nbc.com
  • www.cbs.com
  • www.profootballhof.com
  • www.nfl.com
  • www.wikipedia.com
  • www.sportsillustrated.com
  • www.seminoles.com
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