Australian Web Host Crazy Domains Irretrievably Loses More than a Dozen Customers

Australian mass market hosting provider Crazy Domains is giving customers whose data it irretrievably lost during a recent outage a $100 credit. The amount is a drop in the bucket for customers who rely on their websites and email to run a business and incurred significant expenses during the event two weeks ago.

According to a report by SmartCompany, only 18 out of a possible 10,000 customers using a particular shared server were affected. In an email to customers, Crazy Domains blamed the lost data on an incident in a storage upgrade. issue began on May 8, but the company didn start customer outreach until sending the email on May 15. A spokesperson for Crazy Domains told SmartCompany that while its customer service department operates 24/7/365 it possible they did not respond to affected customers right away or may not have noticed the problem immediately.

The company tried to recover the data, but maintains that data backup is the responsibility of the customer with hosting services. While this may be true, and is likely something in the fine print of the user agreement, it may not be something the less technically savvy customer would be aware of. Crazy Domains hosting services are priced very low, so the majority of its customers are likely those with personal sites or small business sites who wouldn necessarily know that data backup isn included with their hosting package.

If not included in a hosting package, data backup is a good value add for hosting providers to offer customers. Pointing to this incident could be a selling point for these services by other web hosts in the future.

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Crazy Domains fumble could benefit other service providers in the Australian market, such as cloud services provider UltraServe, who recently received an infusion of capital via an acquisition by Internet entrepreneur Simon Hackett.

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60 Million Data Center in Seattle

The data center offers a natural expansion space for customers with existing deployments in this location.

The new IBX will add approximately 51,000 square feet of data center space and capacity for more than 1,000 cabinet equivalents to Equinix presence in the Seattle market.

SE3 offers direct connectivity to the Seattle Internet Exchange. The facilityoffers 24 hour operations and security as well as physical features such as a dedicated loading dock and freight elevator.

Customers of SE3 will have access to the Equinix Marketplace to identify potential customers and partners from among the 4,000 ecosystem participants offering a range of services inside Equinix data centers.

Seattle market is an important communications hub for the Pacific Northwest and a distribution point for IP traffic to Asia Pacific, Charles Meyers, president of the Americas for Equinix said. SE3, we can offer the many cloud, network and digital content companies in Seattle the ability to directly connect with their customers and partners in order to improve application performance and generate new revenue opportunities. month, Equinix deployed the ScienceLogic platform to gain visibility of its IT infrastructure assets.

Talk back: Are you currently offering data center space in the Seattle area? Do you think the new SE3 data center will help Equinix build its market presence in the Northwestern area? Let us know in a comment.

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Broadcasting of sports events

See also: East Coast bias

Broadcasting of sports started with descriptions of play sent via telegraph in the 1890s. In 1896, a telegraph line was connected to the Victoria Rink in Montreal to update fans in Winnipeg of the Stanley Cup challenge series between Montreal and Winnipeg ice hockey teams. In 1923, the first radio broadcast of an ice hockey game took place on 8 February, with the broadcast of the third period of a game between Midland and North Toronto of the Ontario Hockey Association.[1] Later that month, the first full game broadcast took place in Winnipeg. That same season, hockey broadcasting pioneer Foster Hewitt made his first broadcast.[2]

In 1933, Hewitt called a Canada wide radio broadcast of an NHL game between the Detroit Red Wings and the Toronto Maple Leafs. Always starting the broadcast with "Hello, Canada, and hockey fans in the and Newfoundland!"; this phrase stuck around (albeit without the "Newfoundland" portion after the dominion confederated into Canada in 1949) all the way to CBC’s first national television broadcast (the first actual broadcast was on closed circuit in Maple Leaf Gardens in Spring 1952) of Hockey Night in Canada in October 1952. Today it is consistently among the highest rated programs in Canada.

Broadcasting of the Canadian Football League has been a fixture of Canadian television since the CBC’s debut in 1952. From 1962 (one year after the debut of CTV) through 2007, there were two separate CFL contracts: one for CBC, and one for CTV (or a sister channel such as cable outlet TSN). Terrestrial television broadcasts of CFL games ended in 2008, when TSN acquired exclusive TV rights to the league.

American sports broadcasts are widely available in Canada, both from Canadian stations and from border blasters in the . In order to protect Canadian broadcasters’ advertising, broadcast stations can invoke simultaneous substitution: any cable or satellite feed of an American station broadcasting the same program as a Canadian broadcast station must be blacked out and replaced by the Canadian feed. This rule is part of the reason the NFL, which is broadcast on terrestrial television in the but has only a token presence in Canada, is also broadcast on terrestrial TV in Canada, while the CFL no longer is (the CFL is broadcast only on cable in the ); the simultaneous substitution benefits are not extended to cable stations. Two weeks later the first broadcast of a football match took place, with the BBC covering Arsenal’s league fixture against Sheffield United at Highbury. Listeners to the broadcast could use numbered grids published in the Radio Times in order to ascertain in which area of the pitch the action was taking place due to a second commentator reading out grid references during the match.[3]

The saw the first live television broadcast of a football match, with the BBC showing a specially arranged fixture between Arsenal and Arsenal Reserves on 16 September 1937.

The British media is dominated by national outlets, with local media playing a much smaller role. Traditionally the BBC played a dominant role in televising sport, providing extensive high quality advertisement free coverage and free publicity in exchange for being granted broadcast rights for low fees. ITV broadcast a smaller portfolio of events, and Channel 4 broadcast a few events from the 1980s, mainly horse races and so called minority sports. In the early 1990s this arrangement was shaken up by the arrival of pay TV in the form of BSkyB. Their dedicated sports channels have since become the only place for some major sports to be seen. Starting in 2006 the Irish company Setanta Sports emerged as a challenger to Sky Sports’ dominance of the British pay TV sports market; however, Setanta’s UK channel went into bankruptcy administration and off the air in 2009. Between 2009 and 2013 ESPN made an attempt to challenge Sky Sports’, which ended in failure. Since 2013 Sky’s main rival has been BT Sport, a subdidiary of the former national telecommunications monopoly BT plc. There is also a dedicated UK version of Eurosport, called British Eurosport.

Radio sports coverage is also important. BBC Radio 5 Live broadcasts almost all major sports events. It now has a commercial rival called Talksport, but this has not acquired anywhere near as many exclusive contracts as Sky Sports and dedicates much of its airtime to sports discussions and phone ins; Absolute Radio has also begun acquiring sports rights. Depending on the league and event, telecasts are often shown live on network television (traditionally on weekends and during major events either national through a Television network, or in some cases, regionally syndicated by an operation such as Raycom Sports or a team), and nationally available cable channels (such as ESPN or Fox Sports 1). In some leagues (such as the NHL and the NBA), events are also primarily shown by regional sports networks groups (such as Fox Sports Networks), networks which air telecasts for teams of local interest, which are usually only carried within the relevant market. Additionally, cable channels also exist that are dedicated to specific types of sports, certain college sports conferences, or a specific league. Pay per view broadcasts are typically restricted to combat sports such as boxing, mixed martial arts or professional wrestling.

Radio broadcasts are extensive. The national leagues each have national network coverage of league high games in addition to local radio coverage originating with each team, with ESPN Radio and WestwoodOne controlling national rights to the major team sports and the motorsports circuits operating their own networks. Local radio broadcasts cover a wide variety of sports, ranging from the majors to local school and recreational leagues.

Internet broadcasts are also common, though college and major professional sports either use a pay wall or subscriber based systems such as TV Everywhere to extract payment. Missouri football game while it was being played. A Western Union telegraph wire was set up direct from Columbia, Missouri. A group of people then would announce the results of the previous play and used a large model of a football playing field to show the results. Those in attendance cheered as though they were watching the game live, including the school’s legendary Rock Chalk, Jayhawk cheer.[4]

The first voice broadcast of a sporting event took place on 11 April 1921 when Westinghouse station KDKA in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania broadcast a 10 round, no decision boxing match between Johnny Dundee and Johnny Ray at Pittsburgh’s Motor Square Garden.[5] Prior to that, an experimental telegraph broadcast of the 1919 Lone Star Showdown was held on Thanksgiving Day of that year on experimental station 5XB, the predecessor of WTAW.[6]

The first radio broadcast of a baseball game occurred on 5 August 1921 over KDKA from Pittsburgh’s Forbes Field. Harold W. Arlin announced a game between the Pittsburgh Pirates and the Philadelphia Phillies. Two months later, on 8 October 1921, from the same Forbes Field, Arlin announced the first live radio broadcast of a college football game on KDKA when he gave the play by play action of the University of Pittsburgh victory over West Virginia University.

On 17 May 1939, the ‘ first televised sporting event, a college baseball game between the Columbia Lions and Princeton Tigers, was broadcast by NBC from Columbia’s Baker Field.[7][8] (The world’s first live televised sporting event had been the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin.[9]) On 30 September 1939, the first American football game, a college contest between Fordham and Waynesburg College was broadcast on television.[10] The first nation wide broadcast of college football, which was also the first live sporting event seen coast to coast, was a game between Duke University and the University of Pittsburgh that was televised by NBC on 29 September 1951.[11] The broadcasting of college football games on television in the has been a fixture of the major networks on a continuous basis since that time. The NCAA severely restricted broadcasts of college football from the 1950s until a judge ruled that the action was a violation of antitrust rules in 1982, which allowed for a much greater expansion of college football broadcasting.

NBC broadcast the first televised National Football League (NFL) game when they carried the 22 October 1939 game between the Philadelphia Eagles and the Brooklyn Dodgers. The same year, the first nationwide radio broadcast of an NFL championship game was carried on the Mutual Broadcasting System. While the NFL had weak television deals that ranked behind college football and even the Canadian Football League in the 1950s, the broadcast rights of the NFL would go on to become an important property following the 1958 NFL Championship and the later establishment of the American Football League in 1960. Monday Night Football, NFL on Fox, and NBC Sunday Night Football have changed the landscape of American football broadcasts, including the scheduling of the Super Bowl, transforming it into a primetime spectacle from an afternoon broadcast. The price for the NFL’s broadcast rights has increased steadily over the past several decades, in part because of bidding wars between the numerous networks and the fear of losing stature due to the loss of NFL programming; as of the most recent contract the league nets annual fees of over $5 billion, or half of the league’s overall revenue, from television rights alone. Four of the five major sports television units in the , and the four companies that control all of the major broadcast networks, currently own some NFL rights.

NBC also broadcast an NHL game in 1940; the league would briefly air games in the 1950s, but due to a dispute over how much of the rights fee money the players would receive (and difficulties programming around the two Canadian teams in the league at the time), the NHL refused to televise its games in the for six years in the 1960s. For this reason, as well as the regional nature of the sport, televised NHL games have struggled to gain a foothold on American television for the past several decades, trailing the other leagues in ratings. After several decades of bouncing around various networks (and a stretch from 1975 to 1994 when the league had no permanent broadcast partner), the NHL established a stable broadcast partner in 2004, when NBC and what was then Outdoor Life Network (since renamed OLN, Versus, and now NBCSN) took over NHL broadcast rights, having since renewed those rights through 2021.

The first ever television broadcast of a basketball game occurred on 28 February 1940 when the University of Pittsburgh defeated Fordham at Madison Square Garden on NBC station W2XBS.[12] Professional basketball has been aired on television since 1953, shortly after the founding of the National Basketball Association, and has been aired on television ever since. College basketball, on the other hand, was much later in gaining a television foothold. Although the NCAA Tournament has aired since 1962, it was not until the mid 1970s that regular season college basketball games would air on major network television.

Outside of the networks, the only other source for national sports television was through early syndication networks. Sports Network Incorporated (SNI), later renamed the Hughes Television Network, carried Cleveland Browns (NFL) games in the 1950s and NHL games in the late 1970s, after the NHL lost its contract with NBC. TVS Television Network helped popularize the broadcasts of college basketball and also gave an outlet to the short lived World Football League. Mizlou Television Network earned a reputation for carrying a large number of college football bowl games in an era when televised college football was highly restricted. Modern syndication networks still exist for sporting events, such as Raycom Sports and American Sports Network, both of which specialize in college sports.

The debut of ESPN in 1979 revolutionized the broadcasting of sports events. Within several years of ESPN’s founding as a basic cable channel, it had developed a stable of sports broadcasts ranging from major leagues to oddities. ESPN has since grown into a massive multiplexed network, with several channels and a large news bureau that has led to the network bestowing the title of "Worldwide Leader in Sports" upon itself. Cable, and later digital cable and satellite, greatly expanded the number of channels (and, by extension, the room for broadcasting sports events) available on a given set, and also gave channels such as ESPN the ability to broadcast direct and nationwide, as opposed to dealing with local affiliates. Syndication networks gave way to regional sports networks, which carried broadcasts of local sports on a far greater scale than full service broadcast stations could provide at the time; these combined with out of market sports packages (which debuted in the 1990s) allowed the carriage of these networks’ sporting events across the country. Individual leagues began launching their own networks in the 2000s; specialty networks of other sports have had varying levels of success.

The Internet has also allowed greater broadcasting of sports events, both in video and audio forms and through free and subscription channels. With an Internet broadcast, even a locally broadcast high school football game can be heard worldwide on any device with an audio output and an Internet connection. Individual leagues (including major ones) all have subscription services that allow subscribers to watch their sporting events for a fee.

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BAY AREA ACTIVISTS HELD AT SAN FERNANDO HIGH

The lunchtime protest that involved about 50 students lasted for about 1 1/2 hours and was organized by a Bay Area group called the Coalition to Defend Affirmative Action By Any Means Necessary, according to Los Angeles Unified School District officials.School district police were on site to handle the disturbance and called in Los Angeles Police Department officers.LAUSD police took three BAMN members into custody on suspicion of trespassing and disturbing the peace, said Assistant Chief of School Police Larry Hutchens.The incident began at noon when three people who did not attend the school encouraged students to walk out. Students later began throwing rocks and bottles while off campus, school officials said.The Oakland residents were on campus trying to incite the students, trying to get support for the protest,” said Sgt. Terry McBride of the LAPD’s Foothill Division.BAMN members also protested at a Sept. 25 affirmative action debate between former Ku Klux Klansman David Duke and civil rights activist Joe Hicks at Cal State Northridge.They arrived in the San Fernando Valley several days before the debate and recruited students from the university and San Fernando high schools.Cal State Northridge student leaders criticized the group, calling them outsiders trying to incite trouble.BAMN fliers were circulated around the San Fernando High campus, encouraging students to take action against Proposition 209, the initiative that would end racial and gender preferences in public education as well as in state and local government hiring and contracting.One flier said this is about the overall fight against racism and inequality in this society.”There was some bottle throwing going on outside the campus, but there were no injuries reported,” said Pat Spencer, LAUSD spokesman. That’s probably why they clamped down on these 20 kids.”The students who were cited on suspicion of truancy will have to go before a judge and could face fines up to $250 and community service, said Hutchens.Each student’s parents were called, Spencer said. When the students return to school today they will be required to attend counseling sessions, he said.

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Bob Angus on Selling Premium Services

In an email Q with the WHIR, VeriSign SSL solutions product marketing manager Bob Angus explains how businesses can find the right mix of products, quality, and pricing to make selling premium services highly profitable. He will be discussing premium service strategies in greater detail in his Tuesday session at HostingCon 2009, Premium Services to Cost conscious Customers. 7, 2009 Selling premium services to businesses that have suffered due to the economic recession is no easy task, however, if they are implemented well, they can boost revenues significantly.

The WHIR: In what ways has the recent economic downturn changed how online service providers sell their services?

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Bob Angus: The economic downturn has been difficult for everyone. However, we seen that as consumers (and even businesses big and small) strive to cut costs that they are going online to find deals and cost saving services. As a result, spending has shifted away from traditional offline businesses and ways of delivering services and leading to further accelerated growth of online businesses. This is perfect for online service providers more online business customers starting and looking to valuable services to drive success. At VeriSign, we seen this first hand as our web hosting partners have been very successful in selling SSL (the green bar of EV in particular) to their customers.

Perhaps spurred on by Wired editor Chris Anderson book The Future of a Radical Price and the general feeling that online services should be free, many web based businesses are offering some of their services for free, hoping to up sell customers on complementary services. Is this a viable model for the hosting industry? What are the potential problems with it?

BA: Yes, that a very viable business model. I used to work at a company with this model we called it and upgrade The reason this approach works is that you introduce your brand first and have the first shot at making that newly acquired customer a valuable, loyal customer. The key is to then upsell (aka make money) effectively by truly offering value. Then it a matter of execution build a message around the added value and present a great offer to get them to act.

Certainly businesses need to make sure that the value add sales more than offset the expense of delivering the free services plus your acquisition marketing costs. Losing money over a long period of time is not sustainable. Assuming that a business strives to be profitable, then the only potential pitfall is that you actually end up giving away all of you TRUE value and your customers get everything they need for free. The hurdle to get them to pay for something will become too high. It okay for customers to choose you as the low priced provider where they can purchase the other things I need. It not okay if you become the should I pay for that provider.

In a declining economy, how can vendors sell services to businesses that basically want to reduce costs any way they can?

BA: It all about the value you present. For VeriSign, the value we and our partners have successfully presented when selling SSL is all about ROI. When you can demonstrate that buying VeriSign EV SSL has led to 5 87 percent uplift for other companies, then the concept of cost goes out the window because most companies can breakeven and make even more money back at that rate.

Other simple tactics and execution techniques that help boost conversions include: adding the offer directly in the purchase path (you customer already has their wallet out), make the higher value product or service as the default purchase option, and always demonstrate that you a customer too by visibly using the same product/service that you are selling them.

In order to compete based of premium services, should companies focus on one or two core competencies, or try to provide a comprehensive solution (perhaps using reseller partnerships)?

BA: There no golden rule for the number of premium services to offer. Find out what is truly valuable to prospects and existing customers. What makes them successful? How can you solve their problems? How helps grow their business financially? You discover multiple opportunities and can add more as new services become available. In many cases, you will end up retaining your most valuable customers by offering a suite of premium services so that they know they can get they need, when they need it from you. They don have to shop anywhere else to get what they need.

How does VeriSign price structure reflect its strategy to sell premium services?

BA: The VeriSign Partner Program offers competitive margins to online service providers. It really simple the more you sell, the bigger your discount. Also VeriSign offers the most comprehensive set of SSL certificate options and breadth of price points. Through the VeriSign Partner Program, web host and online service partners can sell any of the VeriSign SSL brands VeriSign, GeoTrust, or thawte. That way, partners can offer the right SSL certificate for their customers situation and needs.

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Defaulted Federal Student Loans Wage Garnishment

Student Loan Default Rates at High Levels

Along with the excitement of graduation from college, there is often an underlying concern about student loans. Many students graduate college with high expectations of landing a great job and easily paying back their loans. There are a wide range of student loan programs, each has their own repayment requirement, however, nearly all of them require that the student begin repayment shortly after graduation and entering the workplace. Unfortunately, many graduates are unable to find employment that would allow them to maintain adequate living standards and pay off their debt. In these instances, many default on their federal student loans.

Unfortunately, unlike other wage garnishment situations, the federal government does not have any obligation to go to court in order to garnish wages. Rather, they can simply notify the student at their last known address by registered or certified mail. There is no requirement that the student actually sign for the mail.

If the collection agency is unable to settle with the student on a repayment plan, wage garnishment, of up to 15% of disposable income, may go into effect. In the case of student loans, even states that do not allow wage garnishment for other debts, allow them for federal student loan defaults.

There are specific rights that are granted to those who default in student loans when a wage garnishment is applied. These include:

Right to have no more than 15% of disposable income garnished

Right to be notified thirty days prior to garnishment beginning

Right to inspect all documents related to the student loan

Right to request a payment plan (without garnishing wages)

Right to a hearing if requested

Right to not be fired (or refused to be hired) from a job

It is important to note that if a student has made arrangements for repayment of the loan, then wage garnishment proceedings will not occur. Garnishing a young graduate’s salary is a ‘last resort’, only after all other collection attempts have failed.

Students have the ability to request a loan waiver or deferral, as well as apply for consideration of lower payments if they are having problems paying their federal student loans. In addition, there are some very extenuating circumstances where student loans may also be completely eliminated for example, if the school the loan was acquired for went bankrupt or closed prior to the student graduating.

Wage garnishments can also be prevented if the student can prove that having 15% of their disposable income garnished could cause a financial hardship.

However, all of these are stressful and trying situations. It is certainly better to plan carefully and take out in student loans only what you can reasonably afford to pay back with an entry level position at a lower pay scale than what you eventually hope to earn.

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Certificate Authority DigiCert Launches Public Beta of Trust Seal

Authentication and encryption service provider DigiCert announced on Friday that it has launched the public beta of its ClickID trust seal program, an identity verifying website seal that appears to be designed in the format of similar products, such as Symantec VeriSign trust seal or the TRUSTe seal.

The exact terms of the public beta aren described in the release, but the ClickID website appears to be actively selling seals

In general, trust seals are a kind of lightweight alternative to an SSL certificate for sites that want the identity verification without the encryption (though some sites employ them alongside SSL certificates). The trust seal is an image the user can display on their website, which certifies that the site operator identity has been verified by the seal provider.

For web hosting providers, a site seal product may mean a solution they can provide to customers who aren necessarily doing transactions online, but are perhaps requesting that users create accounts.

DigiCert says ClickID customers can choose to use the standard trust seal (which can be displayed on their site), or can upgrade to the ClickID Premium with Photo Verification product, which includes an on site visit from a ClickID representative, and photographs from the visit.

According to the announcement, DigiCert trust seals are available in one, two or three year licenses, and start at $79 per year. They can also be bundled alongside SSL certificates.

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The DigiCert website includes a section describing the company programs for referral and reseller partners, which offer commissions and pricing discounts, respectively. Hosting providers are an obvious target for those programs.

The ClickID website doesn seem to contain any information specifically for resellers, but the products are more than likely available to DigiCert resellers.

Liam Eagle has worked as a contributor to the Web Host Industry Review since its inception in 2000, and as editor since 2003. He has been editor of the WHIR’s print magazine since its launch. His daily involvement in the gathering and reporting of Web hosting news and his regular interaction with Web hosting leaders gives him an uncommonly broad appreciation of the issues and tends facing the business. Through his WHIR blog, Liam spots Web hosting trends and offers opinions on the industry wide impacts of major developments and the motivation behind big announcements.

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BROTHERS COME TO ROSIE

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Effective Communication in Sports

A team filled with the best players in the league who communicates poorly will flounder in mediocrity, while a team filled with run of the mill players who communicates flawlessly will be contenders every year. Effective communication in sports is an absolute essential trait that quality teams must have to be successful, from the coaches, to team leaders, all the way down to the role players. This personality type can be identified by taking a Myers Briggs personality test, which was developed based on theories put forth by Carl Jung in his 1921 book "Psychological Types." One player may naturally feel motivated after a disciplinary action, while another may naturally feel shunned and demotivated. Every individual on the team, regardless of their role, has to be understood on a motivational level, and all communication from there on must be based on their personality type. A quarterback may need to communicate differently to each of the 10 people on his offense.

Off the Field

Off the field is when players and teams get better, not on an execution level, but on a camaraderie level. Often, it’s in the locker room that you learn the most about your teammates. Talking about past experiences, things you like to do during downtime and family history can help you understand that person better. That way, you know what things to say, and what not to say, when trying to motivate them on the field. Many professional players have problems retiring, not because they miss playing the game on the field, but because they miss the time spent with their teammates between games.

On the Field

Unlike off the field communication, effective communication on the field varies considerably from sport to sport. For example, in football there is constant communication going on. From coaches calling plays into the players on the field, to players making adjustments and calling out blocking schemes; however, in baseball communication is minimal at best. In some sports, this number is even higher. Many times hand signals and a series of signs are used to indicate what a player is supposed to do on the field. Thus, making sure that every player has memorized every possible signal, and ensuring that the signals are complicated and varied enough so that other team can’t pick up on them easily, are extremely important aspects to effectively communicating during sports.

Time Frame

Great teams are not formed overnight. Sometimes it takes years of players molding together to form a solid bond of communication, verbal and non verbal, before the team can communicate and execute seamlessly on the field. To help expedite the process, coaches often arrange for a portion of every practice to be solely dedicated to communication. For example, in football it’s standard for practice to include positional breakouts in practice, allowing quarterbacks and receivers to practice hot routes and audibles together with and without words.

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