Recent Posts tagged with University of Nebraska

University of Nebraska Receives SVG/NACDA Technology Leadership Award

On Day 1 of the College Sports Summit in Atlanta, SVG and NACDA honored the University of Nebraska with the fourth-annual SVG/NACDA Technology Leadership Award. The award is presented each year to the university athletic department that demonstrates commitment to investment in and implementation of broadcast- and video-infrastructure technologies.  More

University of Nebraska Named Recipient of 2017 SVG/NACDA Technology Leadership Award

The Sports Video Group and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics are pleased to announce that the University of Nebraska has been selected as the recipient of the fifth-annual SVG/NACDA Technology Leadership Award. The award will be formally presented at the SVG College Sports Summit in Atlanta on June 1.  More

Connectivity, Video Revitalize Fan Experience at Nebraska’s Memorial Stadium

“Start by doing what’s necessary; then do what’s possible; and suddenly you are doing the impossible.” Kelly Mosier, director of digital communications at the University of Nebraska, keeps that quote from Saint Francis of Assisi on his computer screen in his Lincoln office. The message has never been more apropos as the Nebraska athletics department […]  More

Venue News: Despite Renovations, MSG Slated to Move in Ten Years; AT&T Secures Cowboys Stadium Naming Rights

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group If Penn Station’s movin’ up, then Madison Square Garden’s movin’ out. The New York City Council voted Wednesday to limit the arena’s permit for its location atop Penn Station to a decade. Council members say they would rather see the Garden move to make way for […]  More

Venue News: Sony, 49ers Shed Light on Technology Partnership; Nebraska’s New Basketball Arena Nears Completion

Compiled by Karen Hogan, Associate Editor, Sports Video Group Sony will be outfitting the new San Francisco 49ers Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara, CA, when it opens next year. Sony’s Kaz Hirai, who became CEO of the struggling Japanese tech and entertainment giant a little over a year ago, appeared at a recent industry conference […]  More

University of Nebraska Sports Broadcasts Go Wireless with Shure

Having been involved in University of Nebraska sports broadcasts since 1974, Mike Elliott has seen the ongoing growth of technology firsthand. As Director of Broadcast Operations for the Husker IMG Sports Network in Lincoln, Elliott oversees a radio team dedicated to bringing Nebraska sports action – especially football games – to fans throughout the region […]  More

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