Recent Posts tagged with Southeastern Conference

Former ESPN Exec and Sports Media Consultant Chuck Gerber Dead at 71

Former ESPN executive and long-time sports media consultant Chuck Gerber passed away Friday night at the age of 71. Gerber worked at ESPN for 15 years, including serving as Executive Vice President, Collegiate Sports from 2005-2008. In 2008, he departed the network to serve as a consultant to the Southeastern Conference and was instrumental in the development of […]  More

Campus Clips: Louisville’s CardsTV, LSU’s Geaux Zone Blanket Baseball

The University of Louisville athletics department has announced web streaming and television details for the Cardinals’ baseball season and CardsTV is, again, a major piece of the puzzle. Subscribers can follow every game of the 2012 baseball season through CardsTV at Live streaming audio will be available for every regular-season and post-season game, while […]  More

XOS HD Replay System Leverages AJA Video Technology

This college football season, many officials are getting their instant replays in uncompressed HD for the first time thanks to the XOS HD Replay, which is based on video technology from AJA Video Systems. Earlier this year XOS Digital introduced XOS HD Replay featuring AJA’s KONA LHi capture and playback cards and HDP2 Mini-Converters. The […]  More

XOS Digital Keeps SEC Fans Connected With Conference-Wide Mobile App

The Southeastern Conference is competitive across multiple sports, and fans of a single team often have a vested interest in what else happens around the conference. To keep those fans connected, no matter what sport or school piques their interest, XOS Digital has released the official 2010-11 SEC mobile application for iPhone and Android, with […]  More

ESPN Regional Switches Up SEC On-air Talent

ESPN Regional Television will debut the second season of the live SEC Studio show one week before the season starts. The show is part of a 15-year deal with the SEC Network involving its regionally syndicated college sports package. In 2010-11, the SEC Network will be distributed in local television markets representing 77.4 million homes, […]  More

CSVS 2010: Should a Conference Have Its Own Network?

The question of whether a collegiate athletic conference should start its own network is immensely complicated, but, before a conference can begin to form an answer, it must first define what sort of network it wants. At the second-annual College Sports Video Summit, held June 8-9 in Atlanta, the conference and network executives who took […]  More Bowl To Feature Big East, SEC Through 2013

The Southeastern Conference and the Big East Conference have both signed deals with ESPN Regional Television to participate in the Bowl in Birmingham, AL, through the 2013. Conference USA will also have access to participate. In addition, the MAC and the Sun Belt have agreed to provide backup teams should there be an opportunity. […]  More

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