No, it wasn’t simply your TV going loopy, and also you weren’t abruptly tripping on LSD.
Some Bruins followers who spend greater than $300 a yr to observe their group on NESN have been questioning what on the earth was occurring on their TV display screen throughout a few of the final sport.
The Bruins sport feed on Monday confirmed far more gamers than have been really on the ice, and the upper-left nook scoreboard multiplied so one other scoreboard was floating throughout the display screen. Viewers additionally reported sound points, half of their TV going inexperienced, and features and shadows all throughout their display screen.
Some puzzled if it was simply their TV going loco in the course of the second interval towards the New Jersey Devils.
“Anyone else getting the psychedelic NESN Bruins broadcast right now?” posted Jon Wallach of 98.5 The Sports Hub, which is what some followers turned on to listen to the sport due to the printed points.
“This can’t be only happening to me, right? What the hell is going on with @NESN? Or, is my TV possessed?!” wrote Nick Cattles of The Nick Cattles Show.
“Today’s Bruins broadcast has officially entered the Thunderdome,” posted WBZ CBS Boston’s Michael Hurley.
“I’m sorry but that has GOTTA be too many men on the dang ice,” Hurley added.
Today’s Bruins broadcast has formally entered the Thunderdome. pic.twitter.com/PyuCl0J12K
— Michael Hurley (@michaelFhurley) January 15, 2024
“NESN new picture in picture in picture feature is so electric,” the parody account Petrov McGuire posted. “There’s 100 guys on the ice!”
The community ended up discovering an issue with a tech platform.
“We discovered an issue with a tech platform that we integrate into our broadcast, which was impacting the viewing experience,” a NESN spokesperson stated in a press release. “We instantly bypassed the defective programs to prioritize our viewers and their capability to observe the Bruins.
“As always, our goal is to provide the best quality broadcast for our fans,” the NESN spokesperson added. “When issues like this arise, we have staff on call to resolve and address them immediately. We appreciate our fans alerting us and their understanding.”
A Bruins spokesperson deferred to NESN for any touch upon the problem.
Some followers pay $29.99 a month for NESN 360, or yearly for $329.99. Others who’ve NESN as a part of their TV package deal have already got entry to NESN 360 at no extra value.