BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. (AP) - NBC Sports and the Dallas Cowboys are partnering on a new 360-degree look at red zone plays for TV viewers and fans attending the game at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, this season.
The network will use 24 high-speed cameras - 12 in each red zone on both sides of the field from the 20-yard line to the goal line and in the back of each end zone - to produce seamless views of the action.
``Sunday Night Football'' producer Fred Gaudelli says the system will give fans a new perspective on big plays during games. The 360-degree view will debut on the Sept. 8 broadcast of the New York Giants-Cowboys game.
The Giants have yet to lose at newly christened AT&T Stadium.

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