Recent Posts tagged with League Technology Summit

Sports Video Group Rebrands League Technology Summit as SVG Summit; Expands Official Program to Two Days

The Sports Video Group (SVG)’s yearly main event is being rebranded as the SVG Summit and expanded to two full days, December 16-17, 2013, in order to better reflect the use of video and audio in an ever-growing range of professional disciplines. “This year’s Summit has been rebranded to reflect the changing nature of today’s […]  More

LTS 2012: Latest Tech Innovations From Pro Leagues Center on In-Game Audio, Player Tracking

Pro sports leagues are constantly searching for innovative new ways to bring fans inside the game and offer up a new perspective behind the scenes. At SVG’s League Technology Summit last week, a quintet of technology leaders from these leagues took the stage to address their latest innovations and how these tools add to fans’ […]  More

League Technology Summit: In High-Tech World, Producers Need Balance Between Tech Toys, Storytelling

The average American sports telecast has never featured more cameras or more sophisticated production elements than it does today — making it a very good time to be sitting at the front bench of a production truck. However, while producers may have a larger arsenal of tools and toys at their fingertips than ever before, […]  More

League Technology Summit: IT, IP Infrastructures Change How Mobile Production Units Are Built

The mobile-production industry has a long-standing tradition with the 53-ft., baseband truck. However, as the industry focuses on 2013, it is clear that the mobile unit is changing in both size and infrastructure. “There’s significantly more IT/IP infrastructure in [our trucks],” said Dave Greany, VP/partner at Corplex, during last week’s SVG League Technology Summit. “Fiber […]  More

League Technology Summit: YouTube’s Frank Golding Rejects Rights-Buying Rumors, Discusses Best Ways To Use Platform

When is Google going to step into the negotiation room and shake up the sports-rights–buying business? That has been a topic of conversation for much of 2012 as the rights marketplace continued to swell to historic levels. Rumors flew that Google was entering the fray to broadcast live sports on its popular YouTube video platform. […]  More

League Technology Summit: How Evolving Production Tools Tell Better Stories

As the technology behind live sports production continues to evolve at an almost exponential rate each year, sports-content producers have never been better equipped to tell the story that plays out on the field or on the court. At SVG’s League Technology Summit in New York this week, technology leaders from several national sports networks […]  More

Pro Audio Honors One of Its Own

The DTV Audio Group meeting on the first day of the SVG League Technology Summit this week took a moment in the middle of its event to honor Bob Dixon, director of sound design and communications, Olympics, at NBC. Key members of the group presented Dixon with a plaque commemorating his years at the helm […]  More

League Technology Summit: Next-Gen Remote-Production Workflows Leave Team, Tapes at Home

The London Olympics revolutionized the remote-production workflow, proving that audiences are voracious for multiscreen content and fears of cannibalization are unfounded. But the Games weren’t the only remote-production success story of 2012. Stateside, Game Creek Video linked the intercom, video, and audio systems in its trucks to NEP’s trucks to broadcast the MLB All-Star Game. […]  More

League Technology Summit: George Bodenheimer, Ed Goren Share Memories of Storied Careers

On the morning of their Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame inductions, ESPN executive chairman George Bodenheimer and former Fox Sports Media Group vice chairman Ed Goren sat down for an interview with veteran ESPN reporter Jeremy Schaap to kick off Day 2 of SVG’s League Technology Summit in New York. In front of a standing-room-only, […]  More

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