Simulcast Event Tickets
StubHub is your one-stop shop for a wide range of popular simulcast events! If you aren't
familiar with the term, "simulcast," here's the gist: as the word suggests, a simulcast is a contraction of simultaneous broadcast.
In other words, it is the broadcasting of programs or events across more than one medium, or more than one service on the
same medium, at the same time. For example, Absolute Radio is simulcast on both AM and on satellite radio, and the BBC's Prom
concerts are often simulcast on both BBC Radio 3 and BBC Television. Another application is the transmission of the original-language
soundtrack of movies or TV series over local or Internet radio, with the television broadcast having been dubbed into a local
language. Simiulcasts can be entertaining or educational, depending on the purpose. Visit StubHub today to secure your simulcast tickets!
Simulcast TV Tickets
Simulcasts often provide programming
on an FM and AM station owned by the same entity. Many radio programs have been simulcast on television, most notably The
Howard Stern Show, which currently airs on Sirius Satellite Radio as well as Howard TV. Another prominent radio show that
is simulcast on television is Imus in the Morning, which airs on RFD-TV in addition to Citadel Media. In wrestling the first
simulcast happened on March 26, 2001 between WWF Raw is War and WCW Monday Nitro. Purchase your simulcast
TV tickets today!
Simulcast Family Theatre Tickets
Of course, Simulcat programs are also a great
way of reaching audiences around the world at the same time. For example, the same program will be aired simultaneously on
different services in adjacent countries, such as The Simpsons, airing Sunday evenings at 8:00 p.m. (Eastern and Pacific times)
on both Fox in the United States and Global in Canada. Order your family theatre tickets
today and get ready to watch a live simulcast tonight!
The simulcast technique used
to be used a lot in live sporting events. For example, in American football and baseball, simulcasts are when a single announcer
broadcasts play-by-play coverage both over television and radio. The practice was common in the early years of television,
but since the 1980s, most teams have used a separate team for television and for radio. However, NFL rules require that games
airing on cable and satellite networks (ESPN, NFL Network) be simulcast on local over-air TV stations in markets serving the
two local teams participating in each game. The practice is more prevalent in the National Hockey League where two teams simulcast:
Buffalo, with Rick Jeanneret and Rob Ray and *Dallas, with Ralph Strangis and Daryl Reaugh (popularly known as "Ralph and
Razor"). In horse racing, a simulcast is a broadcast of a horse race, which allows wagering at two or more sites; the simulcast
often involves the transmission of wagering information to a central site, so that all bettors may bet in the same betting
pool, as well as the broadcast of the race. Get in on the action with simulcast sports
tickets to experience a live simulcast event!
Siimulcast are also an effective educational
tool. In universities with multiple campuses, simulcasting may be used for a single teacher to teach class to students in
two or more locations at the same time, using videoconferencing equipment. They are also a great way for communities to gather
together and celebrate, so what are you waiting for?!