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UNC students create software to sync radio-TV broadcasts

Friday, February 01, 2013

Thanks to three UNC students, when basketball commentator Dick Vitale’s enthusiasm becomes too much to bear, basketball fans can now replace television audio with a radio broadcast. Sportsync — a free computer application designed by UNC students — tunes into the radio to synchronize a user’s chosen audio broadcast with the video of a television broadcast. (Daily Tar Heel)

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