I watched a lot of that York/Pacific game. And man, IMO, the visual production (with the ads) really sucks.
I get you have to have the ads for revenue. However, the TV directors insistence that the majority of the game's main camera shots include the full upper portion on the CGI ads (which don't actually have anything on it related to the sponsor of that "space") is incredibly stupid. Hell, most of the time he even left some space above that!
Why? Why would you do that.
The action is harder to see that way.
And it leaves the viewer is left watching a picture that is 10-20% "smaller" than it should be. It's even worse in trying to watch action happening in the 18-yard box, as they also pull the camera view out even further to show more ads in the "end zone".
I'm spoiled by watching almost any big or even mid-sized league in the world, and yet somehow they manage to have a much higher basic level of TV production. OneSoccer has a community access TV type vibe to it.
Surely, someone else has noticed that this is an issue, no?