Kevin Cleary joins the show in Episode 180 to talk about his work as a specialist for Disney Media Entertainment Distribution, which involves being a part of the quality control effort and workflow of the 8,000-plus sporting events — i.e., MLB, NFL, NCAA — that ESPN broadcasts anually. He discusses the evolution of sound in sports broadcasting, what drives him to continue innovating the experience for the people watching the games, and more. This episode is sponsored by Audix, Allen & Heath and RCF.
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