The People With Whom I Interface
The Red Sox Director of Broadcasting is James Shannahan. He is my boss and he oversees the operations of the control room at Fenway Park. There are about a dozen people, like myself, who are "day of the game" staff for the Red Sox and support James Shannahan in Control Room activities. These folks operate the electronic gear which result in the data being presented on the huge Sony videoboard, located above the center field bleachers; also, they're tracking out of town scores and activity; They work in the "camera sling" providing live crowd action or special situation video pictures, and there are always two Control Room people who work inside the left field "Green Monster" scoreboard, to manually update inning-by-inning runs, hits, and errors at Fenway Park, as well as out-of-town scores, pitchers and innings. I interface, via headset during the game, with all of these people, except for the people inside of the scoreboard.
In addition to the Control Room people, I have some interface with the Red Sox radio and TV broadcasters and with the visiting team's radio and TV people. The interface is always before or after a game; never during the game. In Boston, the radio-TV broadcasts will include -- as their sound engineers choose to utilize it -- the public address announcements that are made to the people at Fenway Park. So people listening or watching at home, hear me.