BTR Sports with Sam and Kory is a new sports show focusing on more than just the results and Brett Favre. Each week we take an in-depth look at a topic from the world of sport from a broader, cultural angle. This week for Analog vs. Digital week we take a look at the progression of technology in sports, including stadium and television technology, as well as how technology is used to improve athletes’ performance and of course touch on some current events as well.
A scary sight as Bruins forward Nathan Horton lies awkwardly on the ice after being hit late by Vancouver’s Aaron Rome. Horton will miss the remainder of the series with a concussion, while Rome was suspended for the series.
New Stadium apps now allow fans to have access to replays and live stats as stadiums try to compete with television to keep fans coming to the games.
Instant replay has worked well in some sports, like football, however some other sports have been less warm to the idea. Will there come a day when referees themselves are obsolete?
If you have any suggestions for topics for the future or if you think you know the answer to this week’s quiz, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or if you have any questions, comments or topics you’d like to hear discussed in the future we’d love to hear from you.
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