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Stealing Some Signals to Beat Traffic Crush
[Orange County Edition]
Los Angeles Times (pre-1997 Fulltext) - Los Angeles, Calif.
Author: Emmons, Steve
Date: Jul 11, 1989
Start Page: 1
Section: Metro; 2; Metro Desk
Abstract (Document Summary)

A Guide To Anaheim Stadium Parking, LYNETTE JOHNSON / Los Angeles Times What: All-Star Game Where: Anaheim Stadium When: Today, 5:35 p.m. Gates open: 2:30 p.m. Sellout, (64,000 seats); up to 24,000 cars expected; 14,000 on-site parking spacesavailable at $5 each.

ALL-STAR TELEVISION AT A GLANCE Air time: Pre-game show, 5 p.m. Game, 5:38 p.m. Channel 4. Announcers: Former President Ronald Reagan, one inning of color commentary. Vin Scully, play by play. Former pitching great Tom Seaver, analysis. Staff: Production, technical and management crew of about 90 people. Stations carrying game: 210. Audience: Estimated 17.6 million households; 51 million viewers. Equipment: $8 million worth, including 14 stationary cameras, which are shown below, one hand-held minicam that will roam the stadium, one camera in Goodyear blimp, one camera in the bowels of the stadium for post-game interviews, one unmanned camera behind home plate to show radar gun speed readings, one other unmanned camera in the NBC booth for shots of announcers, etc., 13 videotape machines for replays, one still-frame storage device, two Cyphers for character generation and animation, two mobile units of four 40-foot trailers, one 40-foot mobile unit for videotape, 3 miles of camera cable and 3.5 miles of audio cable. Stationary Cameras Source: NBC

MAP: ALL-STAR TELEVISION AT A GLANCE; MAP: A Guide To Anaheim Stadium Parking, LYNETTE JOHNSON / Los Angeles Times; MAP: Orange County, LYNETTE JOHNSON / Los Angeles Times

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