BROOKINGS, S.D. (AP) ¿ South Dakota-based Daktronics says it will design, manufacture and install new large screen video displays for the football stadium for the NFL's Baltimore Ravens. The multimillion dollar upgrade project at M&T Bank Stadium includes two large end-zone video displays, video processors and the Brookings-based company's new show control system. Each high-definition end-zone display will be about 24 feet high by 100 feet wide.
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