Recent Posts tagged with NCAA Final Four

Live From Final Four: Virginia’s Video Team Is a One-Two Punch of Capture and Edit

A college athletic department’s video-production team may never expect to make a Final Four. But it had better be ready when it happens. For the University of Virginia’s Video Services department, this year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament has been a particularly special run to document in recent college-basketball memory: a program that suffered through being […]  More

ELEAGUE, Psyonix Agree to Rocket League Championship Series, Collegiate Esports Exhibition at NCAA Final Four

Turner & IMG’s ELEAGUE has finalized an agreement with independent developer and publisher, Psyonix, in an esports industry collaboration that will align the two businesses on premium content production, business relationships, and a unique live event as part of the NCAA Final Four Fan Fest presented by Capital One. Key elements of the partnership include:  More

Road Warriors: 2014 in Review, Part 1

2014 was yet another ultra-busy year in remote sports production, with broadcasters and mobile-facilities providers producing high-profile events around the globe. SVG was there to cover it all, chronicling their gargantuan efforts from the BCS National Championship Game and Super Bowl at the start of the year to the Ryder Cup and World Series in […]  More Launches Mobile Event Apps for NCAA Men’s and Women’s Final Fours

College basketball fans attending the NCAA Men’s Final Four in Atlanta or the NCAA Women’s Final Four in New Orleans will have an all-access pass for events around the weekend courtesy of new apps available for the iPhone and iPod touch, as well as Android devices.  The NCAA Final Four Atlanta App presented by AT&T and the NCAA Women’s Final Four […]  More

Bob & Bob Lead CBS Production Team in 30th Final Four

This weekend, CBS Sports will broadcast its 30th consecutive Final Four under the guidance of a producer-director team that is among the longest-running in sports. Lead director Bob Fishman has been involved with all 30 of CBS’s broadcasts; VP of Production Bob Dekas is in his 27th year. The duo plan several new angles for […]  More

PACE Hits Stride at Final Four

Monday night marked a new chapter for digital-3D company PACE. Following the success of Saturday night’s 3D broadcast of the semifinal games from the Final Four, PACE CEO Vince Pace made his way to Augusta National Golf Club to prepare for his next event, the Masters in 3D. In his stead, he left the industry’s […]  More

NCAA: We Almost Had To Do 3D

As with HD, once 3D reaches a certain penetration point, broadcasters will have no choice but to use the medium. For the NCAA, that point came this year — at least at the theatrical level. “I think it became pretty clear after this year’s consumer-electronics trade show, when so much of that was 3D-driven, that […]  More

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