RedShark's World Cup Special Podcast celebrates the technology and skill used in live sporting events

Written by RedShark News Staff

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The World Cup has been breaking records for online viewing, as well as breaking new boundaries for broadcast with 4K and HDR. We got together and put together this special audio podcast to discuss what it all means, and to pay homage to all the technology being used in world class sporting events.

Join us as we discuss everything from camera operator skills to the technology that allows such events to be broadcast so efficiently using the latest developments in UHD and HDR.

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