Venue Q&A: WJHW’s Williams Reflects on 10 Years of Stadium Design

Ten years ago, the sports-venue industry stood on the verge of transforming the fan experience. In-venue video played on postage-stamp screens in standard definition over copper infrastructures, and cellphones were used solely for calling and texting — that is, when you could find a signal. And then, in 2009, Cowboys Stadium changed the game. Today, […]  More

Venue Q&A: Jacksonville Jaguars’ Larry Rosen

By Rick Price, MOEBAM! Contributing Editor Larry Rosen, an Emmy Award-winning producer, reporter, play-by-play announcer, and team executive, currently serves as senior executive video producer for the Jacksonville Jaguars. In his current role since 2014, he leads the Jags Cinema video-production team, which is responsible for creating a dynamic in-game production for EverBank Field’s new […]  More

Sports Venue Technology Summit Q&A: Levels Beyond COO Christy King

Since landing $4.5 million in funding back in 2013, Levels Beyond and its Reach Engine media-life-cycle-management platform have continued to build out a significant footprint in the sports-production market with clients ranging from the UFC and NASCAR to the Philadelphia Eagles and Baltimore Ravens. The Reach Engine “don’t call it an asset-management” platform allows organizations […]  More

Venue Q&A, Part 1: Denver Broncos’ Nick Young, Mike Bonner, Pat Jordan, and Jeremy Wecker

By Rick Price, Committee Chair, SVG Venue Initiative/President, MoeBAM! Venue Media Services Sports Authority Field at Mile High, home of the NFL’s Denver Broncos, underwent a $24 million renovation prior to the 2013 season. Next month, the venue will open its doors to SVG’s annual Sports Venue Technology Summit. SVG caught up with Nick Young, […]  More

Venue Q&A: Clear-Com’s Rom Rosenblum

By Rick Price, chair, SVG Venue Initiative, and president, MOEBAM! Venue Media Services Rom Rosenblum’s career has taken him from the radio department at Hofstra University in Hempstead, Long Island, where he received his operator’s license and discovered the world of broadcast engineering, to Houston, TX, where he worked locally as well as nationally and internationally […]  More

Venue Q&A: Broad Comm’s Libin, CoachComm’s Turkington on RF Management

By Rick Price, president, MOEBAM! Venue Media Services, and committee chair, SVG Venue Technology Initiative Louis Libin founded and is president of Broad Comm, a technology-consulting group whose clients have included GE, NBC, ABC, CBS, Turner, Olympic Committees, the USTA, the USGA, equipment manufacturers, foreign governments, and media start-ups. He is well-known as a professional […]  More

Venue Q&A: Zuffa/UFC’s Christy King

By Rick Price, Contributing Editor Currently in-house technology consultant and tech vendor manager for Zuffa LLC sports entertainment brands, including the UFC (Ultimate Fighting Championship), Christy King researches, tests, and implements new and emerging methods to share content information among media partners in traditional-television, gaming-console, mobile, OTT-box, Internet-platform, second-screen, and emerging technologies for content distribution […]  More

Venue Q&A: Artel Video Systems’ Richard Dellacanonica

Local-loop circuits, or first- and last-mile connectivity, are pivotal for sports broadcasters looking to transport high-quality video between two points via direct fiber as easily and efficiently as possible. For more than 30 years, Artel Video Systems has been a leading global provider of broadcast-quality media-transport solutions for direct fiber, IP, and managed optical networks […]  More

Venue Q&A: Bexel ESS’s Scott Nardelli

By Rick Price, president, MOEBAM! Venue Media Services, and committee chair, SVG Venue Technology Initiative Scott Nardelli formed an alliance with Bexel in September 2002 in response to a growing need for fiber-optic solutions in the broadcast market. He has been a pioneer and at the forefront of the deployment and integration of optical technology […]  More

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