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instant replay

[′in·stənt ′rē‚plā]
(electronics)
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For the sake of Jim Joyce (and Armando Galarraga), increased use of instant replay needs to come about.
The reviews by referees using instant replay will be from the game's telecast, but some - not many, but some - games aren't telecast.
Server Instant Replay promises to further ease their server management tasks through increased automation.
The ACC led the way to HD instant replay with their commitment to improving the overall replay process by refining the workflow and the tools available to their officials in the booth.
The new HD instant replay systems are already in use at 28 stadiums nationwide -- providing referees with video images that are five times sharper and 20 percent larger than the standard definition systems they replaced.
I don't know how long a game could be interrupted if you involve instant replay.
The new HD instant replay systems have been installed in 28 NFL stadium replay booths, which are staffed by replay officials, a video technician, a video operator and a communicator.
NBA officials may not have to huddle as much on last-second shots next season, with the use of instant replay.
The new NEXIO(TM) HD server systems will replace the current analog instant replay system, which have been in use since 1999.
It'll be here on Saturday: We're going to have a winner,'' exclaimed Shirley Dolan, feisty bartender at the Instant Replay bar in Canoga Park, where a line of suds helped lubricate a nine-patron Lotto pool.
This is how dangerous and destructive instant replay as an officiating tool is:
MINNEAPOLIS -- Compellent Technologies, a provider of affordable and modular enterprise storage solutions, today announced AHC, a leading healthcare receivables management company, has selected Compellent's Storage Center(TM) storage area network (SAN) with Remote Instant Replay for multi-site replication and affordable disaster recovery.