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shore power

shore power  n.— «Shore powe[r]: A regular, wall-mounted electrical outlet. The ESPN crew hires a generator for primary power.» —“Capturing the game” by Abe Aamidor Indianapolis Star (Ind.) May 29, 2004...

snoop cam

snoop cam  n.— «Snoop cam: Small camera on the announcers’ courtside table that’s always on; let’s the director see if the announcers are ready.» —“Capturing the game” by Abe Aamidor Indianapolis Star (Ind...

bump

bump
 n.— « Bumps: Camera shots reflecting anticipation of the game; broadcast before tip-off.» —“Capturing the game” by Abe Aamidor Indianapolis Star (Ind.) May 29, 2004. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

beauty shot

beauty shot  n.— «Once the game started, it was all about business, seamlessly blending live shots and instant replays, graphics and “beauty shots,” which is jargon for views of the stadium or home city during a game...

dugout

dugout  n.— «“I wish it were better,” said Santa Cruz team member Omar Etcheverry as he pow-wowed with teammates in the so-called “dugout,” a group of chairs perched atop a small scaffolding on the cliffs overlooking the...

pocho

pocho  n.— «Hey, Gringo—Hey, Pocho…Tonight, it’s Nielsen’s scenes with Ricardo Montalban…playing a Mexican-American actor.» —“‘Name of Game’ Episode Set in Cuba” Mansfield Journal (Ohio) Oct. 30, 1970...