Pitch Lights Will Be LED, Says Spurs

NORTH LONDON soccer team Tottenham Hotspur has confirmed that its pitch will be lit by 324 LED floodlights. The lighting at the ambitious £850 million ($1.2 billion) stadium has to comply with tough television standards for both the Premier League and

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Los Angeles-based Acclaim Lighting Lights Up Atlanta’s Mercedes Stadium

From the outside in, Atlanta’s new, $1.5 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium one-of-a-kind design makes a statement that can’t be found anywhere else in the world.  Home of the Atlanta Falcons of the National Football League (NFL) and the Atlanta United FC of Major League Soccer(MLS), the amenity-filled stadium

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Game On! NRG and NFL Demonstrate Large Scale Energy-Efficient LED lighting at Super Bowl LI

NRG Energy Inc. and its subsidiary Reliant, the premier retail electricity provider in Texas, have teamed up with the NFL to provide 100% Green-e certified renewable energy to NRG Stadium, site of Super Bowl LI, and the George R. Brown

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Crews Begin Installing Ephesus LED Lighting System at U.S. Bank Stadium

The Minnesota Vikings signed a $1.3 million contract with Ephesus to upgrade the lighting. According to Ephesus, they use a computer-generated model and simulator to coordinate alignment of the lighting to ensure that it is balanced to help player performance

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LEDs Illuminate Jerry World and the Nashville Predators NHL Arena

Musco Lighting has announced that it supplied LED-based lighting to AT&T Stadium, home of the Dallas Cowboys of the NFL. The installation is based on Musco’s SportsCluster Green system. The company said it used custom optics to focus the light

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NFL to Try Out Live-Streaming This Fall

For the first time in the NFL’s history, the league will broadcast on Oct. 25, the live Bills-Jaguars game from London ONLINE. The NFL has yet to name the online service that will stream, but one likely suitor is YouTube,

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