Sports Broadcasting at the Game
Sports broadcasting has evolved tremendously over the years. Radio broadcasts filled families homes giving individuals the opportunity to listen to games from the comfort of their homes instead of attending games in person. Next was the addition of television broadcasts. The experience to watch games from home became better with the addition of television broadcasts. Over the last 5-10 years alone sports broadcasts have changed dramatically. Now fans can stream games on their televisions and computers - making everything one click away for their convenience.
Now with social media sports broadcasting has developed test runs to put broadcasts on certain social media platforms. In due time, Facebook could potentially get their hands in the pot.
However pro baseball teams (especially those teams in areas with other attractions: Miami, San Diego, Tampa Bay) the ball clubs need to figure out a way to put fans in the stands and draw more revenue to the ballpark.
Stadiums will need to bring televisions and social media to the stadium for every fans enjoyment. Not only will revenue rise since fans can watch the game in person and on their social media app at their seats, fans can listen to their favorite play by play broadcasters dissect the game. Also - fans can talk about what is happening during the game with fans not in attendance and can watch replays.
The social interaction can be huge leap for sports since so many people enjoy talking sports, and it can be a way to bring those fans who are not attending to purchase tickets for the future.
The televisions or social media apps will be placed on every seat in the stadium, so every fan can enjoy the technology.