The Cincinnati Reds have begun using a Cincinnati startup company’s technology to broadcast live-streaming video from helmet cams on base coaches and the bullpen catcher during games at Great American Ball Park.
Fans at Reds games and viewers on Fox Sports Ohio beginning Sept. 25 have been able to watch video that was shot using technology from ActionStreamer, which is based at business incubator HCDC in Norwood. The Reds broadcast video from the mounted cameras on the stadium scoreboard and on TV. It’s the first time live-streaming video shot from cameras mounted to game participants was used during a regular season Major League Baseball game, Reds president and COO Phil Castellini told me.
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Written by Steve Watkins.
Originally published September 27, 2018.