Recent Posts tagged with CSVS

WSMI Presents Karen Brodkin, Carolyn Peck at CSVS

SVG’s Women’s Sports Media Initiative, a networking group that aims to enhance the role of women in creation, production, and distribution of sports content, traveled to Atlanta last week for the College Sports Video Summit. On June 6, more than 30 women representing university organizations, athletic departments, networks, and vendors gathered at the Westin Peachtree […]  More

CSVS 2012: Colleges, Conferences Look To Take Production Facilities on the Road

Remote production trucks are popping up all over the college-sports market in a variety of shapes and sizes. Whether it’s a 53-ft. HD unit or a simple sprinter van, college athletics departments are finding new, affordable ways to produce and distribute their content both on television and online. An afternoon panel at SVG’s College Sports […]  More

CSVS 2012: Serving Sports Fans Whenever, Wherever Is Key to Mobile Strategy

Talk of the second screen was everywhere at SVG’s College Sports Video Summit in Atlanta last week, from finding sponsorship dollars to determining how best to program the experience to devoting part of your broadcast facility to mobile platforms. On Day 2, leading experts in creating sports content for mobile convened to discuss the most […]  More

CSVS 2012: Colleges, Brands Partner for Multiplatform Success

For collegiate video programs looking to reach new audiences through the second screen, invest in the latest technology, or enhance the in-venue fan experience, sponsorship is key. With static signage seemingly a thing of the past, marketing executives discussed what brands are looking for in a multiplatform strategy and how colleges can tap into, and […]  More

CSVS 2012: The Rapidly Changing Face of College Sports Programming

Ask a panel of industry heavyweights what they foresee as the single biggest issue in college sports programming over the next year, and you will get answers ranging from “conference expansion” and “football playoff” to “personal and social” and “authentication.” But one thing was made clear during the opening panel at SVG’s College Sports Video […]  More

CSVS 2012: Different Tech, Different Philosophies, One Goal: Quality College Sports Productions

As colleges and universities across the country expand their sports video departments, there is also expansion in the different philosophies on how to staff, equip, and run a program. But some common steps being taken were discussed during the “Winning Ways in Building Your Broadcast Facility” session at the College Sports Video Summit held in […]  More

Stevenson’s CSVS Keynote Offers Peek at Pac-12 Enterprises

The fourth-annual College Sports Video Summit kicked off with an inside look at one of the most unusual cable launches in television history. More than 500 college sports-video professionals gathered at the Westin Peachtree Plaza Hotel in Atlanta for the keynote speech by Pac-12 Enterprises President Gary Stevenson. In less than a year, Stevenson and […]  More

2012 College Sports Media Award Winners Honored at CSVS

Now in their fourth year, the 2012 College Sports Media Awards recognize the best in video production at all levels of college sports, from student productions and university athletic departments to regional and national networks. More than 200 entries were submitted in 16 categories. This year’s CSMAs were sponsored by Ross Video, Bexel, and Evertz. […]  More

Collegiate Athletics Internet & Digital Association To Hold First Events

This summer, the Collegiate Athletics Internet & Digital Association (CAIDA) will hold its first official events at the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics Convention in Dallas. CAIDA will function as the first organization for college athletics digital media professionals. CAIDA was created to serve a changing collegiate landscape filled with new ways of […]  More

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