Crowds Vie For TV Time In Sundance Square
FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) - Hundreds of people enjoyed the sunny, beautiful weather Friday at Sundance Square where ESPN is delivering its Final Four broadcasts.
The crowd grew as more and more people wrapped up their work week. Fort Worth shut down some of the streets around the square and created what they called a “clean zone.”
The clean zone limited street vending, construction and outdoor signs to keep a nice backdrop for the live broadcast. ESPN broadcast from Sundance Square during the whole week of Super Bowl XLV, too.
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