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Ravens Unveil $35M Stadium Upgrades; First Phase To Begin Within Two Weeks
Published February 22, 2013
BIRDS' EYE VIEWS: In Baltimore, Ryan Sharrow noted the Ravens' new HD videoboards, "which have split-screen capabilities, will display a variety of content, ranging from in-game action, highlights, stats, welcome messaging and entertainment video." The new LED videoboards will be "placed on each side of the two giant RavensVision HD video boards in the stadium’s inner bowl." Additionally, "new LED ribbon boards will be installed to connect fully around the entire middle seating bowl." Meanwhile, all four retail stores inside the stadium will be remodeled, "slightly increasing the size of each and providing a wider variety of merchandise for fans" (BIZJOURNALS.com, 2/21).