Turns out you can watch video with the radio announcer overlaid. I just tried it. Seems to work.
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watch every single MLB game each day while chronicling their experiences online through videos, blogs and social media.
The MLB Fan Cave will return to the 15,000 square foot location at 4th Street and Broadway in the heart of New York City’s Greenwich Village that was formerly the home of Tower Records.
They have to watch every game live. If there's 10 games going on, that's 10 TVs. Remember there's never actually 16 games at the same time, given the West Coast time difference and Cubs weekday day games.
Do they get paid?
How in the hell could someone even afford to essentially devote 6 months to watching every game.
I assume there are people out there who would do it for beer and chicken wings (that and peanuts cover a person's nutritional needs, right?).
The MLB Fan Cave is a unique event space and content factory mixing baseball with music, popular culture, media, interactive technology, and art. It also serves as a digital hub for all baseball fans, with a constant flow of online video and conversation via social media.
Live Every Baseball Fan's Dream!
The MLB Fan Cave is back and is running a contest to select multiple fans to live the dream baseball experience. Winners will hang with MLB stars and celebrities as you take part in exciting challenges against fellow fans to remain a part of the MLB Fan Cave Experience until the final pitch of the 2012 World Series.
As part of the MLB Fan Cave, Winners will 1) watch every single baseball game played, 2) interact and film video content with current and former players, celebrities and musicians, 3) discuss the hottest baseball and pop culture topics through blog posts and social media 4) compete in exciting challenges with other fans to remain in the MLB Fan Cave - and much more. MLB will provide housing and a stipend for Winners while in the Fan Cave. Submissions must be received by Friday, January 13, 2012 by 11:59PM ET.
Each Winner will:
- Be a passionate baseball fan
- Have strong writing skills
- Have strong verbal communication skills
- Have strong organizational skills with the ability to give attention to multiple things at the same time
- Be comfortable in front of the camera and be able to present a positive public image
- Have a fun and creative personality
- Be highly skilled on social media (e.g. Facebook, Twitter, etc.)
- Pass a background check to the satisfaction of MLB
Each Winner must:
- Reside in a location provided by MLB in New York City
- Participate in all aspects of MLB Fan Cave duties, including but not limited to, watching every game played of the 2012 MLB season, taking part in media events, interviews, etc.
- Share thoughts regarding games and topics of MLB and pop culture interest via daily blogging, vlogging and through social media platforms
- Adhere to all other policies and procedures as required by MLB
- Grant all rights in all aspects of his/her participation in MLB Fan Cave to MLB for MLB's use, worldwide, in all media.
The Museum of Science and Industry in Chicago has done a couple of promotions where they have someone live at the museum for a month and blog, etc. about the experience. You can sleep in the U-Boat! That would be far more awesome than the Fan Cave.
but if we can't be obnoxiously overprecise on the internet, where can we be obnoxiously overprecise?
and no husband and kids. no dogs.
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