ESPN Live Remote Broadcast

I started working for ESPN in August of 2014, engineering their live remote broadcast from venues around the city.  Working alongside a producer, the shows are pretty straight forward with only 2-5 mics.  It is a fun gig but it can sometimes be challenging in some venues.  Balancing the PA for the crowd in the bar, while not getting too loud to make the crowd/room noise to loud for the people listening on the radio, can sometimes make me wish I could tell the bar to be quite.  So far the ESPN shows I have worked are Waddle and Silvy, the Jay Cutler Show, and Game Day Live with JD and Mongo. Below are a few pictures of these broadcasts.