The University of Iowa would install a high-definition video display and sound system at Kinnick Stadium, under a proposal the Iowa Board of Regents will consider next week.
The project would cost $8 million or less. Tax dollars and tuition money would not be used, the proposal stated.
Replays, crowd shots and advertising could be viewed during Hawkeye football games with the new system. A large video screen would be installed in the south end zone, with video displays in each corner of the north end zone. A thin ribbon-shaped video would run along seats on the stadium’s north end, the proposal said.
The video system would be manufactured and installed by Daktronics Inc. of Brookings, S.D.
The regents board, which governs the state’s public universities, is scheduled to meet April 24-25 in Cedar Falls.
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