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Youngstown State Christens Don Constantini Multimedia Center on Cusp of 2020

The project has greatly expanded the dimensions of Stambaugh Stadium As many put a bow on their 2019 activities and tie up loose ends before the conclusion of the year, Youngstown State University (YSU) is doing the exact opposite. Back in September, the athletic department opened the doors to the $1-million Don Constantini Multimedia Center that will now be the newest anchor of video productions inside of the home of the university’s football team, Stambaugh Stadium. The Don Constantini Multimedia Center cost $1 million and is situated inside of Stambaugh Stadium. “For the last four or five years, we were working off of white folding tables in a storage room of the stadium. It wasn’t very conducive because there was no heat or air conditioning and during the game, [staff] would come in mid-broadcast to get things out of the room,” says Kevin Davis, specialist, video production, Youngstown State University. “Now, we have a control room, home and visiting radio booths, a press box, [space for] our TV and public address announcers, and instant replay.

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