My problem with the broadcast was the really bad sounding studio mikes. Brad sounded okay, however I assume that they were using ticket mikes which were adjusted to sound good on AM. Did anyone else notice that?
I can say that I enjoyed the radio sound level mix a way lot more than I did the TV mix. The TV mix was just awful ! The TV sound for the "announcers" was just riding way to much over the "sound" of the game !
My hope for the future of sports coverage in this mutli-channel Digital age, is the ability for the fan watching and listening, to chose an "alternate" reception for the game. IE, how about this..... Just the faithfully reproduced sounds of the game that you would hear sitting inside the stadium.... without
any radio or TV broadcasters commentary or coverage ! ! And, with that, the choice of the sports fan to select to watch the sporting event from say a wide angle shot, or a shot that focuses on the Quarterback, or a favorite running back, etc....
What I'm saying is that I want the power to hear and watch the game remotely according to what interests me.... And not
what John Madden, or anyone else thinks that I might find "interesting".
I actually find "the game" entertaining enough. I never did need the "extra" entertainment! I'd like the option to "Opt Out" of this extra entertainment, and the ability to just hear and see the game, broadcast. Can I pay $10 more to see and hear that ?
BTY, I am not, nor ever have been a Brad Sham fan. As an announcer, I do not care for his voice, or his style, or the way he comments on my beloved Cowboys..