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Sports NBC to use Skycam as main camera angle for Titans-Steelers

19:51  09 november  2017
19:51  09 november  2017 Source:   thescore.com

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Did you notice that the camera angle for Thursday night’s game between the Titans and Steelers was different? You aren’t alone! It was announced that NBC would be using SkyCam as the main angle for the game a week ago.

22 broadcast , the network switched to its SkyCam system. The broadcast was so successful that NBC has now announced it will make that the primary viewing angle for the Tennessee Titans and Pittsburgh Steelers on Thursday, Nov. Sometimes she decides she doesnt need to use them.

NBC may have stumbled upon something while navigating a fog.

The broadcaster of Sunday Night Football and the remaining Thursday Night Football contests will experiment with its camera angle in next week's TNF matchup between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Tennessee Titans, according to Jim Wyatt of Titans Online.

NBC announced Thursday that it will make its dual Skycam system the primary camera angle for the Week 11 opener.

The network used the angle for much of the second half of the Week 7 game between the New England Patriots and Atlanta Falcons when a thick fog descended upon Gillette Stadium.

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NBC used the SkyCam view as the primary angle for its Titans - Steelers broadcast . ( NBC /Amazon Prime screen shot). NBC decided to try it for the Titans - Steelers game after stumbling upon the new view during an Atlanta Falcons-New England Patriots game Oct.

NBC announced its plans to utilize its dual SkyCam for the primary viewing of the Tennessee Titans versus Pittsburgh Steelers matchup on Nov. The viewing experience drew rave reviews, leading to NBC tinkering with its normal broadcast approach.

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The camera angle was praised for its visual similarity to gameplay in the "Madden" franchise.

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