High Noon (9am Pacific)Latest News and Opinion
Posted Thursday 8/09/18 at 2:00PM EDT
ESPN is moving High Noon out of its noon timeslot to replace the canceled SportsNation
ESPN is shaking up its daytime lineup by canceling SportsNation. The Bomani Jones-Pablo Torre daily sports discussion show High Noon, also known as "High Noon (9am Pacific)," is moving to 4 p.m. (1 p.m. Pacific), taking over SportsNation's timeslot. Despite its new timeslot, High Noon will retain its name and be cut down from an hour to 30 minutes.
Posted Monday 6/04/18 at 9:38PM EDT
ESPN's High Noon sports talk show uses eight cameras and aims to have the visual quality of a film
Source: The Ringer
The sports chat show starring Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre, which premiered today, is trying to stand out by using letterboxing and an Ennio Morricone–style theme, as if it's an actual big-screen movie. High Noon is also being shot with 24 frames per second to give it a film look, rather the usual 30 or 60 frames per second. Most studio shows use four cameras, but High Noon employs eight cameras to show the hosts listening to each other from different angles.
Posted Tuesday 5/15/18 at 1:10PM EDT
Coming soon to ESPN: High Noon (9 am Pacific)
ESPN personalities Bomani Jones and Pablo Torre will talk sports every weekday on their new show, premiering June 4.