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NFL Network Inks Authentication Agreement With Cablevision, Will Include RedZone
Published November 15, 2012
A DAY IN THE LIFE: GRANTLAND's Rembert Browne offered a behind-the-scenes look at NFL Net's RedZone operations on an NFL Sunday. Host Scott Hanson is "often producing as much as anyone in the control room, shooting questions to the crew, pushing observations that determine how the show plays out, and repeatedly proving that his football IQ moves faster than the studio's Internet." Co-Producer Kent Camera said of RedZone airing game content from Fox and CBS, "That's the weird job for us; we're taking their broadcast, obviously, and so they're the ones that are 90 percent of what is on our air, ours is just trying to complement it and give it the context and relevance that the broadcast might need” (GRANTLAND.com, 11/14).