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Wednesday, March 3, 2021From Field to Cloud: A SVG Technology in Action WebinarIn this webinar, you will learn how teams adopted a cloud-based production workflow in 2020 (or earlier) and strategies for delighting fans in the 2021 season. Speakers will share real-world challenges they faced and new practices and tools they’ve embraced to continue to engage their content-hungry audiences – all while working remotely. Watch this webinar to learn: - Why teams adopted a remote production workflow before 2020 Impact of operational strategies on creative content - The efficiencies of a cloud production workflow and lessons learned - How teams managed to collaborate while working remote - Workflow changes that will stick in 2021 Speakers: Christopher Cruz, CBS Sports, Director of Media Services Chris Gogolos, New England Patriots, Videographer / Associate Producer Travis Llewellyn, Sun Belt Conference, Associate Commissioner, Football & Broadcasting Brian Myers, Tennessee Titans, Director, Broadcast Technology and Production David Rosen, Sony Imaging Products & Solutions – Americas, VP, Cloud Applications and Services Moderator: Brandon Costa, Director of Digital, Sports Video GroupWednesday, March 3, 2021A Virtual Tour of the Las Vegas Raiders' New Studio at Intermountain Healthcare Performance CenterThe Las Vegas Raiders had themselves a noteworthy 2020 with a lot of notable achievements, including their move from the Bay Area and the completion of Allegiant Stadium. Another accomplishment, the building of the Intermountain Healthcare Performance Center in Henderson, NV, was topped off with a new studio that has become the franchise's hub of linear and digital content. SVG Associate Editor Kristian Hernandez and Raiders' VP of Media and Entertainment Brad Phinney highlight the physical elements of the new space, the technology that makes productions possible, and how the facility will positively impact operations in future seasons.Tuesday, March 2, 2021Sports Broadcasting HOF Sit-Down: Tim FinchemAfter the postponement of the physical Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame ceremony in New York City, we honored the nine-person class during a virtual discussion back in December. In this conversation, SVG Editorial Director Ken Kerschbaumer speaks with former PGA TOUR Commissioner Tim Finchem. Under his 22-year tenure from 1994 through 2016, prize money skyrocketed, moving from under $100 million on three tours in 1994 to more than $400 million on six tours when he retired in 2017. He created signature events in today’s game, including the FedExCup and the FedExCup Playoffs, the Presidents Cup and the World Golf Championships. THE PLAYERS Championship also became a must-see TV event, part of Finchem’s impact that expanded far beyond the PGA TOUR as he left his mark on the global game. He spearheaded efforts to coordinate the bid for golf’s return to the Olympics, which became a reality in the 2016 Games after a 112-year absence.Tuesday, March 2, 2021Mike Pearl: A TributeSports Broadcasting Hall of Famer Mike Pearl who worked at five networks and won 17 Sports Emmy awards has passed away. Highlights of his career include producing the first four years the NFL Today, the first five years of Inside the NBA, the first live wire-to-wire coverage of a Daytona 500, and working on five Olympic games. Relive his tremendous career through this tribute video from his Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame induction in 2015.Thursday, February 25, 2021SVG Venue Roundtable: Crews Push Forward With Operations in 2021With 2020 in the rearview mirror, professional organizations have a firmer grip on the lessons that were learned and how they can better apply this knowledge moving forward. Kurt Doster, Director of Arena Video Production, Miami Heat; Carl Mandell, Director of Broadcast and Video Production, Philadelphia Union; and Allan Wertheimer, Director of Production Operations, Minnesota Vikings outline how productions have changed or remained the same in 2021.Thursday, February 25, 2021SVG Venue Roundtable: Looking Back on a Year's Worth of Productions2020 will be a year to remember in the sports-video-production industry. Whether it was learning cloud-based workflows, collaborating through video conferencing platforms, or producing content for an empty stadium, it took some time for professional franchises to acclimated to this new environment. Kurt Doster, Director of Arena Video Production, Miami Heat; Carl Mandell, Director of Broadcast and Video Production, Philadelphia Union; and Allan Wertheimer, Director of Production Operations, Minnesota Vikings reflect on in-venue productions that took place in 2020.Thursday, February 25, 2021SVG Venue Roundtable: Using the Pandemic to Become a Better Production ProfessionalDespite the enormous downsides of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some silver linings to take away from this era of production. Kurt Doster, Director of Arena Video Production, Miami Heat; Carl Mandell, Director of Broadcast and Video Production, Philadelphia Union; and Allan Wertheimer, Director of Production Operations, Minnesota Vikings discuss how the pandemic has allowed them to sharpen their skills and find new ways to grow as a professional.Thursday, February 25, 2021SVG Venue Roundtable: Overcoming the Challenges of 2020 and BeyondEach American professional sports league has dealt and navigated with their fair share of problems, but where do they go from here? Industry leaders come together to assess both unique and shared technological issues, what technologies and workflows were imperative for success, and what challenges and opportunities lie ahead in the next 12 months. Speakers: Kurt Doster, Miami Heat, Director, Arena Video Production Carl Mandell, Philadelphia Union, Senior Director, Broadcast and Entertainment Allan Wertheimer, Minnesota Vikings, Director Production Operations Moderator: Kristian Hernandez, Sports Video Group, Associate Editor The conversation was recorded as part of a live virtual networking event on February 24, 2021.Wednesday, February 24, 2021How Kyle Campbell Balanced Productions for the NBA's New Orleans Pelicans, NFL's SaintsNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Kyle Campbell, Director of Game Experience for the New Orleans Pelicans, joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss how he balanced NBA regular season games and the Saints' postseason schedule and the unique operations and production strategy at the Smoothie King CenterThursday, February 18, 2021Portland Trail Blazers Manage LED Displays at Moda Center to Educate, Entertain Fans on League PassNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Todd Bosma, Director of Game Operations & Events for the Portland Trail Blazers, joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss how last summer's postseason has helped with this year's schedule and the unique operations and production strategy at Moda Center.Thursday, February 18, 2021SVG College Roundtable: How Are You Working With Students and Freelancers for Live Productions?Strict COVID-related restrictions has made it difficult for collegiate athletics video departments to staff up their crews and train/utilize student workers. Stephanie Ann, Video Production Assistant (Patriot League on ESPN) at Loyola University Maryland; Derryl Miles, Assistant Director of Athletics, Video Services at University of Illinois; and Lucas Haskins, Broadcast Productions Manager at Texas State University share how they have combatted that challenge and what it could mean for the future of their departments. NOTE: This conversation was recorded as part of a live virtual event hosted on February 16, 2021. COVID-regulations and appropriate safety measures are regularly changing. SVG encourages you consult and abide by the protocols outlined by your respective institution.Thursday, February 18, 2021SVG College Roundtable: What Was a Highlight For Your Team in the Fall?This past fall in collegiate athletics was a stressful one with everything from cancellations to strict protocols forcing everyone in video production to rethink how they work and create. However, there was also significant accomplishments made along the way. Stephanie Ann, Video Production Assistant (Patriot League on ESPN) at Loyola University Maryland; Derryl Miles, Assistant Director of Athletics, Video Services at University of Illinois; and Lucas Haskins, Broadcast Productions Manager at Texas State University offer a look at the moments that made them proud. NOTE: This conversation was recorded as part of a live virtual event hosted on February 16, 2021. COVID-regulations and appropriate safety measures are regularly changing. SVG encourages you consult and abide by the protocols outlined by your respective institution.Thursday, February 18, 2021SVG College Roundtable: How Are You Managing Crews and Expectations In Busy Crossover Season to ComeThe coming months promise to be exceptionally busy for those who work in collegiate athletics. Stephanie Ann, Video Production Assistant (Patriot League on ESPN) at Loyola University Maryland; Derryl Miles, Assistant Director of Athletics, Video Services at University of Illinois; and Lucas Haskins, Broadcast Productions Manager at Texas State University shared how they've prepared to tackle it head on. NOTE: This conversation was recorded as part of a live virtual event hosted on February 16, 2021. COVID-regulations and appropriate safety measures are regularly changing. SVG encourages you consult and abide by the protocols outlined by your respective institution.Thursday, February 18, 2021SVG College: The Return of Live SportsAthletic department video directors of diverse staffing and budget sizes break down what the return to live sports has been like for they and their programs. How are they producing live games safely and what can you do to prepare for the return of more sports returning to action? Panelists: Stephanie Ann, Loyola University Maryland, Video Production Assistant (Patriot League on ESPN) Lucas Haskins, Texas State University, Broadcast Productions Manager Derryl Miles, University of Illinois, Assistant Director of Athletics, Video Services Moderator: Brandon Costa, SVG, Director of Digital NOTE: This conversation was recorded as part of a live virtual event hosted on February 16, 2021. COVID-regulations and appropriate safety measures are regularly changing. SVG encourages you consult and abide by the protocols outlined by your respective institution.Wednesday, February 17, 2021Philadelphia 76ers Continue Treasured Traditions at Wells Fargo CenterNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Derrick Hayes, Director of Game Presentation for the Philadelphia 76ers, joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss how the organization is maintaining their in-venue traditions and the unique operations and production strategy at Wells Fargo Center.Tuesday, February 16, 2021Milwaukee Bucks Leverage NBA Bubble Experience for 2020-21 Slate at Fiserv ForumNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Johnny Watson, Executive Producer of Arena & Event Presentation for the Milwaukee Bucks, joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss how last summer's postseason has helped with this year's schedule and the unique operations and production strategy at Fiserv Forum.Monday, February 8, 2021Despite Limited Fans, Cleveland Cavaliers Keep the Energy Up at Renovated Rocket Mortgage FieldHouseNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Golden State Warriors' Director of Game Presentation Adam Hines, Senior Coordinator of Game Presentation Josh Sabo, and Game Presentation Coordinator Nicole Faucheux joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss the unique operations and production strategy at Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse.Monday, February 8, 2021Sacramento Kings Improve In-Venue, At-Home Experience With Intel True View at Golden 1 CenterNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Maurice Brazelton, Senior Director of Entertainment for the Sacramento Kings, joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss the new Intel True View experiences on the digital app and the unique operations and production strategy at Golden 1 Center.Friday, February 5, 2021The SVG Podcast - Super Bowl LV PreviewTuesday, February 2, 2021Houston Rockets Work With League, RSNs to Handle Away Radio Broadcasts in Toyota CenterNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Matthew Tape, Director of Broadcast & Video Production for the Houston Rockets, joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss the workflows that come with producing remote radio broadcasts and the unique operations and production strategy at Toyota Center.Monday, February 1, 2021Chicago Bulls Use One-Year-Old Videoboard, Mobile Predictive Gaming to Draw Up Production PlanNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Michelle McComas, Senior Director of Entertainment & Events for the Chicago Bulls, joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss the digital offerings for at-home fans and the unique operations and production strategy at United Center.Tuesday, January 26, 2021Charlotte Hornets Redesign Mobile App to Bring Spectrum Center Content to the HouseholdNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Charlotte Hornets' Director of Game Presentation Emily Ladd and Senior Director of Digital Media Matt Rochinski joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss the inner workings of the newly-designed mobile app and the unique operations and production strategy at Spectrum Center.Friday, January 22, 2021Sports Broadcasting HOF Sit-Down: James BrownAfter the postponement of the physical Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame ceremony in New York City, we honored the nine-person class during a virtual discussion back in December. In this conversation, SVG Editorial Director Ken Kerschbaumer speaks with CBS Sports "NFL Today" host James Brown. A three-time Emmy-Award winner, he has hosted the network’s pregame show for its coverage of Super Bowl 50 (2016), Super Bowl XLVII (2013), Super Bowl XLIV (2010), and Super Bowl XLI (2007). Brown also served as host of "Fox NFL Sunday" for 12 years prior to returning to CBS Sports in 2006.Friday, January 22, 2021Sports Broadcasting HOF Sit-Down: Hugo GaggioniAfter the postponement of the physical Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame ceremony in New York City, we honored the nine-person class during a virtual discussion back in December. In this conversation, SVG Editorial Director Ken Kerschbaumer speaks with a longtime industry legend and CTO of Sony Electronics, Hugo Gaggioni. He joined Sony in 1988 and since then has been a key force in the company’s efforts around next-generation formats like the move to digital recording formats, HDTV, UHD, and more. He holds several patents and has authored more than 40 technical publications in the areas of video compression, digital filter banks, HDTV, and UHDTV devices and systems.Friday, January 22, 2021Sports Broadcasting HOF Sit-Down: Don CornelliAfter the postponement of the physical Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame ceremony in New York City, we honored the nine-person class during a virtual discussion back in December. In this conversation, SVG Editorial Director Ken Kerschbaumer speaks with legendary camera op Don Cornelli. Cornelli has been a camera operator for NFL football for 30 years and has also covered a large number of other sports: NBA, MLB, NHL, NCAA, PGA, NASCAR, the Olympics, and the World Cup. Known for his handheld-camera work, Cornelli endeavors to get viewers as close as possible to the action and is a mainstay on the sidelines of some of the NFL’s biggest games.Friday, January 22, 2021Sports Broadcasting HOF Sit-Down: Fred GaudelliAfter the postponement of the physical Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame ceremony in New York City, we honored the nine-person class during a virtual discussion back in December. In this conversation, SVG Editorial Director Ken Kerschbaumer speaks with NBC Sunday Night Football Executive Producer Fred Gaudelli. A 24-time Emmy Award winner, Gaudelli has produced six Super Bowls and, prior to joining Sunday Night Football, Gaudelli spent five seasons as producer of ABC’s Monday Night Football. He was named senior coordinating producer at ESPN in November 1996.Friday, January 22, 2021Sports Broadcasting HOF Sit-Down: Charles BarkleyAfter the postponement of the physical Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame ceremony in New York City, we honored the nine-person class during a virtual discussion back in December. In this conversation, SVG Editorial Director Ken Kerschbaumer speaks with NBA Hall of Famer and NBA on TNT analyst Charles Barkley. Over his career, Barkley has earned a reputation as a straight shooter who offers solid insights along with plenty of humor and laughs. Since 2011, he has served as a studio analyst for CBS and Turner’s NCAA Division I Men’s Championship coverage.Friday, January 22, 2021Golden State Warriors Connect Team, Chase Center to Fans at Home Through 'Dub Hub' ExperienceNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Golden State Warriors' SVP of Marketing Jen Millet and Director of Facility Health & Hygiene Jackie Ventura joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss the inner workings of the 'Dub Hub' and the unique operations and production strategy at Chase Center.Thursday, January 21, 2021Minnesota Timberwolves Feature On-Court Media Day During Drone Flyover at Target CenterNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Alyse Danikowski, Manager of Game Production for the Minnesota Timberwolves & Lynx, joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss the unique operations and production strategy at Target Center.Tuesday, January 19, 2021After Assisting Fox Sports Sun, Miami Heat Recreate Original Control Room for Home GamesNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Kurt Doster, Director of Arena Video Production for the Miami Heat joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss the unique operations and production strategy at AmericanAirlines Arena.Wednesday, January 13, 2021Denver Nuggets Repurpose RSN Broadcast With Some In-Venue FlavorNow out of the Orlando bubble, organizations in the NBA are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the lingering challenges of the pandemic. In SVG's On the Hardwood series, we will examine the hardships, creative ideas, and teamwork of franchises around The Association. In this edition, Scott Johnston, Executive Producer and Director of Game Presentation for the Denver Nuggets joins Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor at SVG to discuss the unique operations and production strategy at Ball Arena.Friday, January 8, 2021CFP National Championship: ESPN's Ed Placey on MegaCast's Evolution, Solving COVID-19 ChallengesOhio State and Alabama will meet in tonight's CFP National Championship Game in Miami's Hard Rock Stadium, and ESPN is deploying its seventh consecutive MegaCast presentation. Ranging from the traditional broadcast and analytical side of the game with Film Room to home-centric calls on Hometown Radio and multiple alternative viewing methods, the network is once again laying out a smorgasbord of content. SVG's Kristian Hernandez caught up with ESPN Senior Coordinating Producer Ed Placey to preview the 14 viewing options of this year's MegaCast, break down the history and evolution of this massive project, discuss the planning that went into the final game of the season, and reflect on the tremendous production feats of the college football schedule.Monday, December 28, 2020How the "RSN Model" Shaped the 2020 MLB SeasonWhen Major League Baseball returned to live game action back in July, it didn't go with a "bubble." It, instead, deployed a unique broadcast model that leveraged the in-market RSNs to produce what amounted to essentially "world feeds" of each regular season game. At SVG SUMMIT:CONNECT, MLB Network SVP, Operations and Engineering Susan Stone; MLB Network Director, Remote Technical Operations Jason Hedgcock; MLB Senior Director, Media Technology Daniel Blanchard, and MLB Network, Director Jason Lobb broke down the details of the project and what worked. To watch the complete session and to access the full On Demand library, visit www.thesvgsummit.com.Tuesday, December 22, 2020COVID-19 Forces Major Auto Racing Organizations to Transition from Onsite to Remote ProductionsWhether it is NHRA, NASCAR, or IndyCar, U.S. auto racing returned to the track and managed to prove that remote production can keep up with high-performance race cars zipping around a track. IMS Productions Director of Broadcast Operations Ken Ferguson, NHRA VP of Broadcasting Steve Reintjes, and NASCAR VP of Operations and Technical Production Steve Stum take you back to the early stages of the pandemic and how they switched from full onsite productions to relying on remote and cloud-based workflows.Tuesday, December 22, 2020CBS Sports Pivots to Different Properties With Solid Production Plan, Safety ProtocolsDuring the SVG Summit:CONNECT, the four major national networks — CBS Sports, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, and Turner Sports — came together to break down their production strategies and safety measures during the age of COVID-19. In a conversation that featured CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network VP of Remote Technical Operations Jason Cohen, Turner Sports VP of Operations and Technology Chris Brown, Fox Sports SVP of Technical and Field Operations Mike Davies, NBC Sports Group and NBC Olympics SVP/CTO David Mazza, and CBS Sports EVP of Operations and Engineering Patty Power, the 30-minute panel went into the successes and failures of the last nine months. In this clip, Power addresses how the network transitioned to different sports properties during the pandemic and what lessons were learned during this time periodTuesday, December 22, 2020A Preview of the 2020-21 NBA Season With ESPN's Eddie OkunoAfter a successful stay within the NBA bubble in Orlando, ESPN, Turner Sports, and the league learned a lot of valuable production lessons. At the SVG Summit:CONNECT, the three parties convened for an in-depth reflection on their operations at the Wide World of Sports Complex. Prior to the start of the 2020-21 NBA schedule, ESPN Senior Remote Operations Specialist Eddie Okuno discusses how preseason has helped the team get ready for the regular season, what bubble workflows will translate to productions being done in home venues, and the importance of the league's collaborative relationship with its broadcast partners.Monday, December 21, 2020How Remote-Production-Service Providers Navigate the COVD-19 PandemicOne of the highlights of SVG Summit:CONNECT Day 2 was a panel discussion featuring leaders from the largest remote production services companies in the U.S. and Canada. All of the panelists and their companies have been involved in remote productions that have arguably been the most challenging they have every faced and during a year which is the most challenging they have ever faced. To watch the complete session and to access the full On Demand library, visit www.thesvgsummit.com.Monday, December 21, 2020Inside the Stanley Cup Hub Cities, the NHL Built a Television Studio to Play Its Games OnUtilizing arenas in Edmonton and Toronto, the NHL successfully pulled off its 2020 Stanley Cup Playoffs through its unique and comprehensive Hub Cities project. At SVG SUMMIT:CONNECT, the NHL's SVP and Chief Content Officer Steve Mayer explained how the league's focus became building a television studio for the Stanley Cup Playoffs when it became clear that fans would be unable to attend games. To watch the complete session and to access the full On Demand library, visit www.thesvgsummit.com.Monday, December 21, 2020MLB, NBA, NFL, and USTA Broadcasting Execs Reflect on How Leagues Brought Back Live SportsAt the SVG Summit:CONNECT, this town hall brought together representatives from the major professional sports leagues to get their takes on host feed production, reflections on 2020, new workflows, and more. Featuring Paul Benedict, NBA, VP, Broadcasting Content Management; Onnie Bose, NFL, Vice President, Broadcasting; Patti Fallick, United States Tennis Association (USTA), Managing Director, Broadcast; Bernadette McDonald, MLB, SVP, Broadcast Operations, here is a quick look at the biggest challenges they had to overcome in bringing back live sports. You can watch this entire conversation and loads more content now by simply registering for FREE access to the SVG Summit:CONNECT at TheSVGSummit.com!Friday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: AcquisitionHosted by CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network VP of Remote Technical Operations Jason Cohen, this Acquisition Tech Tour features Canon, Fujifilm, Grass Valley, and SonyFriday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: AudioHosted by NBC Sports and Olympics Director of Sound Design Karl Malone and ESPN Associate Director of Remote Production Operations Henry Rousseau, the Audio Tech Tour features Calrec DiGiCo, Clear-Com, Joseph Electronics, Shure, and Telos AllianceFriday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: Content Management AHosted by MLB Network Senior Director of Media Management and Post Production Tab Butler, the Content Management A Tech Tour features Google, Lumen Technologies, Microsoft, and Seagate powered by Tape ArkFriday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: Content Management BHosted by MLB Network Senior Director of Media Management and Post Production Tab Butler, the Content Management B Tech Tour features EditShare, Signiant, Tedial, Telestream, and VeritoneFriday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: Infrastructure AHosted by CBS Sports VP of Remote Engineering Mike Francis, the Infrastructure A Tech Tour features EVS, Imagine Communications, Lawo, Nevion, and RiedelFriday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: Infrastructure BHosted by CBS Sports VP of Remote Engineering Mike Francis, the Infrastructure B Tech Tour features Adder Technology, IHSE USA, Markertek, and VITECFriday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: OTT/Streaming/Social MediaHosted by Fox Corporation VP of Video Platforms Steven Thorpe, the OTT/Streaming/Social Media Tech Tour features AWS, Limelight Networks, The Switch, and ZixiFriday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: Production ServicesHosted by Fox Sports SVP of Technical and Field Operations Mike Davies, this Production Services Tech Tour features Gravity Media, Mediapro, NEP, Program Productions, and The Switch.Friday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: Production Tools AHosted by Fox Sports VP of Field Operations and Engineering Brad Cheney the Production Tools A Tech Tour features Blackmagic Design, Grass Valley, Panasonic, Ross Video, and Vizrt GroupFriday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: Production Tools BHosted by Fox Sports VP of Field Operations and Engineering Brad Cheney, the Production Tools B Tech Tour features Evertz, EVS, Nelco Media, and TVU NetworksFriday, December 18, 2020Tech Tour: Transmission ServicesHosted by ESPN Associate Director of Remote Traffic Operations Adam Whitlock, this Transmission Services Tech Tour features AT&T, Eurovision, IBM Aspera, and LiveU

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