How often have you been at the book or sports bar cheering on your favorite team that isn't on the main screen and speakers? Maybe, you're a hockey fan in
January through December March. Whatever the reason is the play-by-play you want is silent, a company named Airborne Media Group wants to fix that.
A downloadable app now allows users to connect via WiFi to Audioair enabled TVs and not miss any McCarver-isms. Currently, the only Audioair TVs are in Colorado and New Mexico, but the aim is to bring it to a bar, hospital, airport, health club, and insert-anywhere-with-a-TV near you.
Fitness nuts everywhere will likely be thankful if Audioair fills the silent void on their treadmill from overhead TVs. But will a group of dudes rooting for their March Madness bets all put headphones on to catch the sideline interviews? Could it give those who refuse to remove the bluetooth a reason to look less ridiculous?
Would you give this app a go in your favorite sportsbook? Under what conditions? And while we're at it, what other technology could make our betting lives easier? Anything that will allow us to plant it and stick it for the day in the book if you ask us. Bring on the comments!