Soccer is the most followed sport in Spain, it serves as entertainment for millions of people and therefore, as the cornerstone of the programming of many channels, among which are laSexta with the league, TVE with the Champions League and recently Cuatro with the Europe League. These networks have an important sports team behind them that helps them broadcast the events, but despite being the majority of experienced networks, they are not exempt from failures in their broadcasting.
One of the most important parts of a football 무료스포츠중계 is the commentators. A few months ago, Juan opened a debate here in which he discussed which ones were better, television commentators or radio commentators, and although each one has its pros and cons, the truth is that most of the two types commit the same mistakes. Today we have specifically chosen five that, if corrected, would achieve a better broadcast of these sporting events.
Retransmitting football in a close manner and with a certain humor is a totally valid option and is widely accepted by football fans, but on many occasions this system is often abused, turning the broadcast into a dialogue between the commentators accompanied by inside jokes (either from within the network or within the world of football) that make viewers look silly and wonder if we are really watching a football game or three guys having a few beers in a bar.
As the broadcast booths are usually far from the field itself, it is correct and highly recommended to have a reporter on the pitch who can tell you more closely and effectively what is happening on the pitch, but it is one thing to have a reporter and another is to have an exaggerated number of them to have a reason to pay them.
This overbooking causes on many occasions that some step on others and the main narrator does not know where to go since everyone asks for a step. A reporter on the field and, perhaps, one in the box to interview high-priced, is more than correct. This error also applies to broadcasts, more than three (as the saying goes) are a crowd when commenting on a match.
Famous commentators are not the best
Another common practice is to bring a famous person, a coach or a former footballer to comment on the matches. It is a valid option and one that usually works well… sometimes. While, for example, Kiko Narváez Hernández gives a lot of play on laSexta and Camacho entertained the World Cup on Telecinco, others like Nadal on TVE or Senna on Cuatro are a hindrance that the only thing they do is slow down the pace of the broadcast.
They will be great soccer experts and will know more than everyone in the stadium together, but they do not have to be good communicators for that. If they don’t have grace and ease of speech because they look bad on broadcasts, it’s a fact.
Soccer is a field sport where twenty-two guys are always keeping an eye on what’s happening on the entire field, so the viewer also wants to be able to see as much of the field as possible. Yes, seeing a close-up of a player can be useful on some occasions, but not most of them, as they are usually used to demonstrate the technical potential that the chain has.
This abuse of close-ups means that many times we miss the beginning of a play that can be decisive in the game. This is a clear failure of the implementation, which is not attentive to what is really happening in the match. And I no longer mess with repetitions, because that is already a world apart.
The stats saturate
“This match is number fifty-two in which so-and-so has scored two goals” Are you serious? The statistics add color to the broadcast, but for some time now it seems that they have to justify the salary of the intern who performs them by releasing data that is not of interest to most viewers.
If you have a lot of data, it is better to save it for when a record is reached or something interesting, it is not necessary to release it in the middle of the game when no one is interested.
And so far our five failures. Of course, there are a few more on sports broadcasts, but these are the most important and hyped ones that we have seen in recent television broadcasts.
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