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SIGNS, SIGNS, EVERYWHERE ARE SIGNS: PVI INKS WITH PHILLIES
Published June 4, 1998
NJ-based Princeton Video Image (PVI) has signed with the Phillies to provide the team with its L-VIS electronic imaging system for all home games broadcast on WPHL-TV and Comcast SportsNet during the '98 season. PVI will receive a portion of all gross revenues obtained by the team in using the technology. The Phillies become the third MLB team to use PVI's system, joining the Padres and Giants (PVI). ANC INKS TENNIS EVENT: ANC Sports signed a multi-year deal to provide its rotational signage system for the RCA Men's Tennis Championships, August 15-23 in IN (ANC).