Recent Posts tagged with WebStream Productions

Tupelo-Honey Raycom, WebStream Merge to Form New Production Outfit ‘Tupelo Raycom’

Tupelo-Honey Raycom and WebStream Sports will combine resources and be known as Tupelo Raycom, effective immediately.  The sports and entertainment company will continue to operate offices in New York City, Indianapolis, Charlotte and Nashville.  Tupelo-Honey Founder Cary Glotzer will serve as CEO of Tupelo Raycom with WebStream Founder John Servizzi and Greg Weitekamp acting as executive vice […]  More

SVG College Sports Summit: Pros Offer Tips on Producing and Directing Live Events

Preparing for and executing a live event broadcast is a unique undertaking and one that takes a tremendous amount of planning and foresight. At the 2016 SVG College Sports Summit, top producers and directors from across the industry offered their thoughts on preparing your crews, establishing storylines, and how to make the most out of camera […]  More

Coming Full Circle, Digital Production Workflows Are Moving to Linear

The line between linear and digital production workflows is blurring. Before you lose your mind: no one is suggesting that the Super Bowl will one day be covered by four cameras and a 2M/E switcher. However, newer, smaller, cheaper, faster digital workflows that were previously relegated to alternative platforms with smaller audiences are making their […]  More

Campus Clips: Horizon League Upgrades HLN Mobile App; MSG Among Preliminary Round Sites of 2014, 2015 NCAA Tournament

Compiled by Brandon Costa, Senior Editor, Sports Video Group The Horizon League, in partnership with WebStream Productions, has upgraded its 2012-13 version of its “Horizon League Network Live” mobile application. The Horizon League is the only NCAA Division I athletics conference in the country to offer its entire live video collection via a mobile application.Fans […]  More

Horizon League Network Makes HD Leap, Expands Broadcast Possibilities

The Horizon League Network is primed to take the next step. Earlier this month, the league’s athletic directors unanimously approved the purchase of equipment that will bring high-definition production to all Horizon League Network telecasts. The league’s longtime Indianapolis-based production partner, WebStream Productions, assisted on-campus personnel with the selection of new gear and will also […]  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

For One Week, WebStream Productions Was Butler Productions

Of the nine full-time staff members at WebStream Productions, eight are Butler University alumni, so it has been an emotional few weeks at the Indianapolis-based streaming company. “I sent the sports marketing director at Butler a text message right after they won [to get into the Final Four],” says President John Servizzi. “The text message […]  More

WebStream Productions Moves Beyond NCAA Championships

WebStream Productions was founded in 2006, primarily as a streaming provider for the NCAA. “In the first year, 95% of what we did was NCAA content,” says company President John Servizzi. “In the second year, it was 75%, and now it’s 50% of what we do, which is still a lot, but we’re starting to […]  More

WebStream Productions Adds Low-Cost Studio

WebStream Productions streams nearly 1,000 events a year for its clients, ranging from NCAA swimming and diving to Butler’s championship run through the Horizon League basketball tournament. Without a home studio, however, much of that content — especially that produced for the Horizon League Network (HLN) — was game-focused, leaving many fans dark before the […]  More

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