Well, here's a North Dakota native who not only is one of those fans, but she also helps you enjoy the games on TV. Written By: Bob Lind Sep 5th - 8am. She and her family live in Carver, about a minute drive from Minneapolis. But Marney says, "I am a North Dakotan through and through. She kindly and quickly responded.
Timberwolves viewership is way up as the team appears destined to end the longest active playoff drought in the NBA 13 seasons. This past summer, the Twins pulled off one of the greatest single-season turnarounds in the history of baseball, snatching an AL Wild Card spot.
Behind the scenes as well, there has been a lot to be excited about. The network recently spruced up both of its main control rooms with new monitors, debuted a sparkling studio set at the recently renovated Target Center, and saw one of its own shine brightly on the national stage when Matt Gangl — who works year-round at the RSN, directing Twins and Wild broadcasts — called the shots for Fox Sports on a World Series for the ages.
Yeah, life is good. On the tech side, the network recently gave its pair of control rooms a facelift with new monitor walls.
The network takes a lot of pride in its shoulder programming and treats its pregame, break, and postgame coverage with the same TLC it gives to the live game.
We want it to be one seamless viewing experience. Built by Filmwerks, the fully branded set is located on a new, open-air concourse, which overlooks the floor and was added to the arena following comprehensive renovations to the building during the offseason.
They want to be there and be a part of it.
See it, feel it, and bring that through the TV. All making for a fresher, more intimate look to the telecast. With newfound life in the Wolves, the Wild always a local favorite, and lots of goodwill surrounding the Twins as Minnesotans dream of warmer days to come , you can hardly blame the team at Fox Sports North for walking the halls with smiles on their faces.