NEIL MANTHORP: Ball-tracking is swell, but what do the commentators have to say about the gulls?
Without a complement of voices, fans will find watching games live almost as frustrating as not watching at all
Traditional methods of sports coverage are changing so rapidly it can be hard to keep up. The one constant, however, is that they are all adding value to both supporters and the teams they follow.
Dwindling attention spans and increasing screen-time mean the battle for physical attendance at matches is harder than ever. But that definitely does not mean interest is waning. Certainly not in cricket. ..
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