Latest SVG College Virtual Event Offerings Watch Live Video Facilities and New State of Live Game Production on September 14

Free event open to college sports video production professionals and SVG College Initiative sponsors

As varsity athletics heat up, live events are starting to look again like they were before the pandemic: full of fans and with (mostly) full-fledged live production plans in place.

SUBSCRIBE: SVG College: Live Video Installations and the New Normal, September 14

In this special SVG College virtual event, SVG College: Live Video Facilities and the New Standard, learn and network with video directors from across college sports as they break down workflows into place as live production resumes.

How did the new school year start? What equipment, solutions and services are valuable for their teams? Additionally, speakers will offer details and technology-driven tours of the latest video production facilities their teams are working on; while answering your questions!

At September 14 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. ET, join us to participate in this valuable conversation with schools of all sizes and improve your own curriculum today.

The event is presented in collaboration with Cannon, Grass valley, Ross, and VITEC.

Here is a small overview of the agenda:

2 p.m. ET: Welcoming remarks

2:05 p.m. ET: SVG College Initiative Technology Update
Our Valuable Sponsors SVG College Initiative [Canon, Grass Valley, Ross Video, and VITEC] will take the virtual stage to introduce themselves and provide rapid updates on the latest media and services available at this unique time.

2:15 p.m. ET: Case Study: Wyoming’s New Control Room Completed
At the SVG College Summit in June, attendees were treated to a virtual tour of the new centralized live video production control room on the University of Wyoming campus. At the time, the control room was still under construction. At this event, get a final preview of the finished product and a live update on how the first handful of events unfold for the Wyoming Athletics team.
Presenter:
Denis trapani
, University of Wyoming, Assistant Director of Athletics, Creative Services

2:30 p.m. ET: Networking opening time
Using the text or video chat options, take this time to connect with industry colleagues in the audience to catch up and share ideas / struggles with each other. Representatives of our SVG College Initiative sponsors [Canon, Grass Valley, Ross Video, and VITEC] will also be available to answer all your questions.

2:35 p.m. ET: Panel Discussion: The Return of Sports Live – What We Learned and How to Prepare
Inform top leaders in athletic departments and conference offices about how the new academic year has started for them, their teams, and their video production operations. What technologies, solutions and workflows have allowed their programs to get back on track and take their productions to the next level. Additionally, speakers will offer a visual virtual tour to keep you up to date with their current video production facilities on their respective campuses.
Panelists:
Justin brant, University of Alabama, Assistant Athletic Director, Crimson Tide Productions
Jean Lukach, Cornell University, deputy director of athletics for multimedia and production
Moderator:
Brandon costa
, SVG, chief digital officer

3:35 p.m. ET: Open networking time
After the panel, the scheduled portion of the event will be over, but we’ll be keeping the event open so you can continue to network with your peers.

ADDITIONAL EVENT INFORMATION

Registration for this event is free for varsity sports video production professionals in athletic departments, conference bureaus and production companies. Students are welcome!

The SVG College Initiative and its events are made possible by our sponsors: Cannon, Grass valley, Ross Video, and VITEC.

Technology Providers: Only SVG College Initiative sponsors can attend SVG College Initiative events.

Agenda and speakers subject to change.

IMPORTANT NOTE: This event will be hosted on the virtual events platform Fiesta. Shindig is designed not only to feature speakers and panels, but it encourages audience networking. In addition to the standard text-based chat, you will be able to participate in video chats with other audience members in groups ranging from 2 to 6 people.

We hope that in addition to enjoying the programming of the event, you will have the opportunity to connect with colleagues in the audience or to form new relationships with schools of your similar enrollment and budget.

For more information on the event, email Brandon Costa at [email protected]. To learn more about how to become a sponsor of a collegiate initiative, please contact Rob Payne [email protected] or Andrew Gabel [email protected]


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