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TNO Introduces New College Basketball Recruitment Tool

As the NCAA tournament is set to entertain the nation over the next couple of weeks, TNO is using video and broadcast technology to help college basketball programs to recruit the next-wave of players.
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Sport Studio Automated as used with soccer

AUSTIN, TEXAS—As the NCAA tournament is set to entertain the nation over the next couple of weeks, TNO is using video and broadcast technology to help college basketball programs to recruit the next-wave of players. This new system, which was introduced at SXSW, allows schools to film and broadcast games, collect stats in real time and cut highlights.

TNO is offering two technology systems to accomplish this. The first is Sport Studio Automated, which automatically detects highlights and computes statistics in real time during games. This system can also produce movie clips containing game highlights for mass media distribution.

The other system is the Virtual Director, a fully automated video application designed to pan, tilt and zoom to capture specific content that is part of a live event.

TNO previously used these technologies for soccer matches in Europe.

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