Below are other broadcasting notes provided by th

first_imgBelow are other broadcasting notes, provided by the team:• The Cardinals final TV numbers increased 28% from 2013, the largest such jump in the NFL. • In a listing of the most-watched programs of any kind in the Phoenix market from Labor Day to New Year’s, the 16 Cardinals game broadcasts occupy spots 1-16. • The 12/21 home game vs. Seattle was the most-watched regular season game in team history with a 33.4 rating and audience of 612,000 households.• Home games vs. Philadelphia on 10/26 and Detroit on 11/16 each had a 55 share; in Cards regular season history only the 12/27/98 finale vs. San Diego had a higher one (58).• The regular season finale at San Francisco was seen in 531,000 Valley homes making it the team’s most-watched regular season road game ever.• Dating back to 2013, the last 20 Cardinals games have drawn a local TV audience of over 400,000 households, extending the longest such streak in team history (previous was four, 2009-10). • To put in context, the average Cardinals game drew a larger audience than Phoenix’s most-watched non-NFL program of 2014, the Academy Awards on 3/2 (27.0 rating, 49 share, 501k households).• Those strong TV numbers are in addition to the 616,955 fans who attended games in person at University of Phoenix Stadium in 2014, allowing the team to extend its sellout streak to 93 (every game since the venue opened in 2006). The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Comments   Share   Top Stories center_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The Arizona Cardinals set a record for wins in 2014, with their 11 victories being the most they’ve had since moving to the Valley in 1988.They also set a new standard for TV viewership, as their 16 regular season games earned an average of a 27.5 rating and 49 share. They were watched in an average of 504,000 households.The previous records were 22.6 (2009), 42 (2013) and 432,000 (2009). In all, nine of Arizona’s 16 games were watched in over half-a-million households, with seven of the broadcasts generating a share of 50+. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

Check Out The New Roborace Diecast Hot Wheels Car Video

first_imgWith all of that being said, Hot Wheels took to Twitter to announce a new-founded partnership effort with the people over at Roborace. It resulted in an official diecast model of a prospective Roborace car. Check out the car’s futuristic styling in the video above.Truly autonomous cars may be well into the future. However, Roborace is working to implement and promote them, and Hot Wheels is not on board to support. This may prove to get our younger generation excited about the upcoming tech (as well as many of us that are still kids at heart). It’s only a matter of time.Video Description via Roborace on YouTube:Hot Wheels Launches Robocar Toy!Introducing a gravity-assisted autonomous race car that can fit in the palm of your hand. Meet the official Hot Wheels Robocar, available soon wherever Hot Wheels are sold. Let the hunt begin! #readyplayeroneRobocar is the world’s first fully-autonomous, all-electric race car, designed by Daniel Simon, known for his work on Hollywood films such as Tron: Legacy, Oblivion and Captain America.Hot Wheels is a brand of die-cast toy cars introduced by American toy maker Mattel in 1968. Visit the Hot Wheels website here: https://hotwheels.mattel.comRoborace is the world’s first competition for human + machine teams, using both self-driving and manually-controlled cars. Race formats will feature new forms of immersive entertainment to engage the next generation of racing fans. Through sport, innovations in machine-driven technologies will be accelerated.Roborace will redefine the way you think about autonomous technology.Source: Autoblog This very accurate Robocar rendition from Hot Wheels doesn’t have a driver, of course!Roborace is set to be an autonomous, electric driving competition of sorts. Currently, the series has been testing their tech and racing formats on FIA Formula E Championship tracks. Once it all comes to fruition, it will be the first official global championship for autonomous, electric vehicles.More Roborace Electric Autonomous Roborace May Join Formula 1 Too Roborace Tests Top Speed Of Autonomous Electric Race Car: Video Source: Electric Vehicle News Roborace Drops Fully Driverless Car For First Season Author Liberty Access TechnologiesPosted on April 7, 2019Categories Electric Vehicle Newslast_img read more