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New Knights ballpark to feature widest videoboard in MiLB

New Charlotte Knights Videoboard

The Charlotte Knights (Class AAA; International League) unveiled some more BB&T Ballpark news today: the ballpark will feature the widest videoboard in Minor League Baseball.

Opening Day at BB&T Ballpark is set for Friday, April 11, 2014.

The BB&T Ballpark video project will feature a 30-by-82 foot HD videoboard consisting of nearly three million LED lamps. Located in left-center field, the stunning HD videoboard will give fans at BB&T Ballpark a front row seat to all of the team’s on-field promotions, in-game entertainment, as well as up-to-the-minute scores, highlights, and instant replays. The BB&T Ballpark videoboard will be the largest of its kind in the International League and is six times larger than the team’s previous one at Knights Stadium.

The new home of the Knights will also feature a dazzling 14-by-35 foot LED exterior video display, an 8-by-120 foot LED ribbon board display along the right field wall, two 3-by 32.5-foot fascia ribbon LED displays along the upper level façade on both sides of the stadium, and an LED video ribbon board measuring 2.5- by 42.75 feet within BB&T Ballpark’s five-section ticket plaza.

“This videoboard will provide fans with a one-of-a-kind experience at BB&T Ballpark,” said Charlotte Knights Executive Vice President, Chief Operating Officer, Dan Rajkowski. “The audio-visual aspect of our new ballpark was a clear priority for us as it relates to providing the best experience possible for our fans. Toshiba and TSE clearly understood our vision while providing an impressive digital signage implementation to allow our fans to better enjoy their time at BB&T Ballpark.”

The Knights are partnering with Toshiba Managed Business Services and Total Sports Entertainment (TSE) on the project. Toshiba is also installing vibrant LCD menu boards within the BB&T Ballpark concession stands, as well as televisions throughout the concourse so that fans will never miss a pitch of the action. Televisions will also be installed in the clubhouses, offices, team store, ballpark suites and suite level areas.

“By working closely with the Knights’ executives in every phase of the planning, our goal was to deliver a comprehensive digital signage implementation to meet the discerning audio-visual needs of the team’s fan base,” said Bill Melo, General Manager, Toshiba Managed Business Services. “By outfitting the team with one of the largest and visually dynamic scoreboards in professional baseball as well as nearly 200 digital displays throughout the ballpark permitting fans to stay connected to the game, we believe we have done just that.”

“Everyone at TSE Services, is excited to be chosen by the Knights to lead in the design, procurement and oversight of BB&T Ballpark’s state-of-the-art LED displays, HD production room and other audio-video technology,” said TSE owner and chief consultant Bob Masewicz. “We challenged ourselves to integrate more innovative technology aspects to ensure BB&T Ballpark becomes one of the most dynamic stadiums in professional baseball.”

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