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    Quote Originally Posted by epiccajun View Post
    Yep - lot's of lag and delay in that broadcast. Wasn't their best effort.
    It's as if the signal goes over the internet and the computer has to buffer every 30 seconds; thus, the dead air.

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    Quote Originally Posted by epiccajun View Post
    If Jay Wright and Shepherd could just slow down and be under control at point when the game is hectic, we would be really good.

    At some times, they both try to force tempo and make bad turnovers.
    Guard play is crucial. They are still committing too many turnovers for this point in the season. One would think Kasey would be playing a little better. He is a junior and this is his third year in the program.

    If they eliminate that, then we win the tourney.

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    If the @SunBelt MBB Tournament started tomorrow.....
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    Guard play is crucial. They are still committing too many turnovers for this point in the season. One would think Kasey would be playing a little better. He is a junior and this is his third year in the program.
    (I don't know how that got in your quote!)


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    Quote Originally Posted by IberiaCajun View Post
    Guard play is crucial. They are still committing too many turnovers for this point in the season. One would think Kasey would be playing a little better. He is a junior and this is his third year in the program.
    (I don't know how that got in your quote!)
    Kasey and Wright did have too many turnovers. However, the three main guards (Shepherd, Register and Wright) all hit double figures last night. When that happens the Cajuns have a great shot to win.

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    Watched LTU R on that American channel that Cox carries, saw Fox Sport 1 WKU vs Middle that Cox carries. So someone tell me again about the reason we cannot get on tv is our contract with ESPN.


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    Let me address the issues with the broadcast on Saturday.

    Beginning with football this year, we quit using telephone lines because, well, it sounded like we were broadcasting over the telephone.

    We now use what most schools in the country are using...ethernet. It gives you a studio quality signal without the phone.

    We also have two backup plans: One is an air card (Verizon) that we can use instead of ethernet if we go somewhere and ethernet is not working. And, we have the ability to use a phone line if #1 and #2 should fail. (As an old boss of mine used to say, "just get it on the air buddy.)

    Had I known the ethernet was cutting out, I could have switched to the air card during a commercial break. But I was never informed. That's OUR fault. Our producer should have been in touch.

    For those who are suggesting the quality of the broadcasts has not improved, you haven't been listening very closely.

    As I said, my not being made aware was the issue. After discussions with our producers that should not happen again.

    Also, remember we are broadcasting four different sports at this time. We will continue to use phone lines for most women's basketball, softball and also baseball when there is a conflict with men's basketball. Once hoops is over, we'll use the new technology for baseball.

    Most of you have my email address. If you hear something, shoot an email to me. That isn't your job, but it can help.

    Thanks.


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    Thanks Jay


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    Quote Originally Posted by BirdofParadise View Post
    Let me address the issues with the broadcast on Saturday.

    Beginning with football this year, we quit using telephone lines because, well, it sounded like we were broadcasting over the telephone.

    We now use what most schools in the country are using...ethernet. It gives you a studio quality signal without the phone.

    We also have two backup plans: One is an air card (Verizon) that we can use instead of ethernet if we go somewhere and ethernet is not working. And, we have the ability to use a phone line if #1 and #2 should fail. (As an old boss of mine used to say, "just get it on the air buddy.)

    Had I known the ethernet was cutting out, I could have switched to the air card during a commercial break. But I was never informed. That's OUR fault. Our producer should have been in touch.

    For those who are suggesting the quality of the broadcasts has not improved, you haven't been listening very closely.

    As I said, my not being made aware was the issue. After discussions with our producers that should not happen again.

    Also, remember we are broadcasting four different sports at this time. We will continue to use phone lines for most women's basketball, softball and also baseball when there is a conflict with men's basketball. Once hoops is over, we'll use the new technology for baseball.

    Most of you have my email address. If you hear something, shoot an email to me. That isn't your job, but it can help.

    Thanks.
    Thanks Jay, and by the way, the quality of sound of the broadcast has improved.

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    Was there an issue with the baseball broadcast on Saturday? All my posts were about the baseball/softball games that MyKLAF "attempted" to broadcast this weekend.

    Jay, I've been able to clearly hear the difference since the new lines are used. Sounds awesome!


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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunEXPRESS View Post
    Watched LTU R on that American channel that Cox carries, saw Fox Sport 1 WKU vs Middle that Cox carries. So someone tell me again about the reason we cannot get on tv is our contract with ESPN.
    CUSA's contract is with Fox while SBC contract is with ESPN. Our issue is needing to black out ESPN3 in required areas. That is the reason for the delay. No such issue with a Fox contract. Of course Fox does not have anything similar to an ESPN3 that I am aware of.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunDreDog View Post
    Was there an issue with the baseball broadcast on Saturday? All my posts were about the baseball/softball games that MyKLAF "attempted" to broadcast this weekend.

    Jay, I've been able to clearly hear the difference since the new lines are used. Sounds awesome!
    Some of the remarks on this thread pertain to the basketball broadcast Saturday night. There were no radio issues with baseball or softball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BirdofParadise View Post
    Let me address the issues with the broadcast on Saturday.

    Beginning with football this year, we quit using telephone lines because, well, it sounded like we were broadcasting over the telephone.

    We now use what most schools in the country are using...ethernet. It gives you a studio quality signal without the phone.

    We also have two backup plans: One is an air card (Verizon) that we can use instead of ethernet if we go somewhere and ethernet is not working. And, we have the ability to use a phone line if #1 and #2 should fail. (As an old boss of mine used to say, "just get it on the air buddy.)

    Had I known the ethernet was cutting out, I could have switched to the air card during a commercial break. But I was never informed. That's OUR fault. Our producer should have been in touch.

    For those who are suggesting the quality of the broadcasts has not improved, you haven't been listening very closely.

    As I said, my not being made aware was the issue. After discussions with our producers that should not happen again.

    Also, remember we are broadcasting four different sports at this time. We will continue to use phone lines for most women's basketball, softball and also baseball when there is a conflict with men's basketball. Once hoops is over, we'll use the new technology for baseball.

    Most of you have my email address. If you hear something, shoot an email to me. That isn't your job, but it can help.

    Thanks.
    No question in my mind that the broadcast quality has improved....should have emailed you

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    I have side by side audio of KPEL broadcasts then and now.

    The improvement is amazing but under appreciated because of several factors.

    Radio Pup drops the bit rate, 14.20 has signal constraints, and frankly from one season to the next our ear memories are not that good.


    jmo


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