Baltimore Ravens to Get Huge High-Def Screen

An RFP issued by the Maryland Stadium Authority calls for 24-by-96-foot screens to replace the existing units.
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M&T Bank Stadium—home of the NFL Baltimore Ravens—will soon join the club of facilities with giant high-definition LED screens.

An RFP issued May 29 by the Maryland Stadium Authority calls for the 24-by-96-foot screens to replace the existing units between the upper and lower decks at each end zone.

The contractor is expected to be selected in September with “substantial completion of the work” by April 30, 2010.

Nearby Oriole Park at Camden Yards, home of the baseball Orioles, already has a new $9.1 million 75-by-28-foot HD LCD screen atop a smaller one.

That cost is a bargain compared to the $40 million, four-sided 1080i display at the new Cowboys Stadium in Dallas, which was profiled in the July 22 edition of TV Technology.

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