Extreme Cold Poses Extreme Challenges for Audio Teams

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Very low temps hamper people and equipment producing both broadcast and in-venue sound
By Dan Daley, Audio Editor
Tuesday, January 18, 2022 – 7:00 am
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The St. Louis Blues’ 6-4 defeat of the Minnesota Wild in the 2022 NHL Winter Classic at Target Field in Minneapolis on Jan. 1 broke a record, the kind that only hockey can: it was the coldest outdoor game in NHL history. The temperature at Target Field was -6 F at puck drop, falling to -10 F as the game went on, with wind chill hitting the negative 20s, according to the league. It beat the previous record of 0 F set in 2003 in Edmonton, AB.Minnesota Wild Svg, Minnesota Wild Logo NHL Svg, Wild Svg, NHL Svg, NHL Sport Svg

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That kind of cold was potentially dangerous for the 38,000-plus fans who braved it to watch the event in person: extreme cold like that can cause frostbite in less than 30 minutes. The venue heated the teams’ benches and penalty boxes, even the ice itself to let skaters get traction.David Tennant Responds to Doctor Who Return Rumors
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Tennant, who played the tenth incarnation of series protagonist The Doctor, addressed speculation he’ll make a comeback at German Comic Con Spring 2022. “I’ve learned through bitter experience that there’s not any point in even answering [questions about whether I’ll play the Doctor again] because whatever I say is spun by whoever wants to hear it,” Tennant said. “So there’s no point in me denying it, there’s no point in me confirming it, there’s no point in me fudging it. Whatever I say will become whatever the internet wants it to be.”

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