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Q2 2016 STADIUM TECH REPORT
DOC12MOBILE SPORTS REPORT is pleased to announce the Q2 issue of our STADIUM TECH REPORT series, the ONLY in-depth publication created specifically for the stadium technology professional and the stadium technology marketplace.

In addition to our historical in-depth profiles of successful stadium technology deployments, our Q2 issue for 2016 has additional news and analysis, including a feature piece on Wi-Fi analytics, and how leading venues are using the data to improve the fan experience while also improving business operations. In this report we also have a first look inside the Minnesota Vikings’ new home, US Bank Stadium! Download your FREE copy today!

Inside the report our editorial coverage also includes:

— Kentucky Derby profile: A look at how Churchill Downs uses DAS to provide connectivity for 170,000 fans on race day;
— St. Louis Cardinals profile: An in-depth discussion about one of the largest Wi-Fi deployments in Major League Baseball, at Busch Stadium;
— LA Coliseum profile: How will the classic venue handle the coming data needs of Los Angeles Rams fans? Find out here;
— Buffalo Bills profile: Ralph Wilson Stadium gets some under-seat APs as part of a new Wi-Fi network for Bills fans.

Q1 2016 STADIUM TECH REPORT
STR Q1 THUMBMOBILE SPORTS REPORT is pleased to announce an ALL-NEW format and design for the third year of our STADIUM TECH REPORT series, the ONLY in-depth publication created specifically for the stadium technology professional and the stadium technology marketplace.

In addition to our historical in-depth profiles of successful stadium technology deployments, our Q1 issue for 2016 has additional news and analysis, including a feature piece on the growing trend of stadiums placing Wi-Fi and DAS antennas under seats to produce a more robust wireless network. In this report we also have all the stats and information about the record-setting network performance at Levi’s Stadium for Super Bowl 50, where 26 terabytes of wireless data was consumed on the Wi-Fi and DAS networks combined!

Inside the report our editorial coverage also includes:

— University of Wisconsin profile: This story looks at not just the Wi-Fi deployments at campus arenas and stadiums, but the aligned marketing programs that use the wireless deployments to better engage fans.
— Denver Broncos profile: An in-depth stadium tech report from Sports Authority Field at Mile High, where the new Super Bowl champions enjoy a distinct home-field advantage when it comes to wireless connectivity.
— Montreal Canadiens profile: Read about the new Wi-Fi and related mobile-device services at Bell Centre, including the in-seat food delivery.
— Miami Dolphins feature: Learn how the Dolphins used multiple social-media outlets to promote the hiring of their new coach, with measurable success.

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THE PRO FOOTBALL ISSUE, Q3 2015

PRO_FB_ThumbMOBILE SPORTS REPORT is pleased to announce the third issue in our second year of our STADIUM TECH REPORT series, which includes a focus on pro football stadium technology deployments, and team-by-team coverage of technology deployments for all 32 NFL teams.

Inside the report our editorial coverage includes:
— Lambeau Field profile: Wi-Fi comes to the frozen tundra as the Green Bay Packers enlist Extreme Networks and Verizon for the new network.
— In-depth profiles of new technology deployments at Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara as the San Francisco 49ers get their venue ready for Super Bowl 50.
— NFL stadium tech research: This editorial research provides a technology update and analysis for stadiums used by all 32 NFL teams, gauging the level of deployment of Wi-Fi and DAS.
— Hiding the Wi-Fi: Exclusive interview with the IT team at AT&T Stadium on how they creatively “hide” Wi-Fi APs.

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THE BASEBALL (AND SOCCER!) ISSUE, Q2 2015

MLB_Thumb_2015MOBILE SPORTS REPORT is pleased to announce the second issue in our second year of our STADIUM TECH REPORT series, which includes a focus on baseball and soccer stadium technology deployments, and team-by-team coverage of technology deployments for all 30 MLS teams — AND all 20 MLS teams. Inside the report — our longest ever — our editorial coverage includes:

— Kauffman Stadium profile: The benefits of Wi-Fi installed before the surprise World Series run by the Kansas City Royals.
— In-depth profiles of new technology deployments at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, and at the new Avaya Stadium for soccer in San Jose.
— MLB stadium tech research: This editorial research provides a technology update and analysis for stadiums used by all 30 MLB teams, gauging the level of deployment of Wi-Fi and DAS.
— MSR exclusive stadium tech analysis: The report also includes an exclusive interview with MLBAM’s Joe Inzerillo, architect of the “Wi-Fi everywhere” plan MLB is completing this season.
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THE HOOPS AND HOCKEY ISSUE, Q1 2015

Hoops and hockeyMOBILE SPORTS REPORT is pleased to announce the first issue in our second year of our STADIUM TECH REPORT series, which includes a focus on basketball and hockey stadium technology deployments, and team-by-team coverage of technology deployments for all 30 NBA teams. Inside the report our editorial coverage includes:

— Palace at Auburn Hills profile: Wi-Fi, DAS and the embrace of fan-engagement applications at the venerable home of the Detroit Pistons.
— In-depth profiles of new technology deployments at the Columbus Blue Jackets’ Nationwide Arena, the Detroit Red Wings’ Joe Louis Arena, and at the Portland Trail Blazers’ Moda Center.
— NBA stadium tech research: This editorial research provides a technology update and analysis for stadiums used by all 30 NBA teams, gauging the level of deployment of Wi-Fi and DAS.
— MSR exclusive stadium tech analysis: The report also includes indoor-arena tech market analysis from MSR editor in chief Paul Kapustka, as well DAS insight from industry thought leader Seth Buechely.

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