Bodenheimer, Goren To Keynote SVG’s League Technology Summit; Register Now!

The League Technology Summit is less than two months away, and SVG is proud to announce that this year’s event will kick off with an Opening Keynote Conversation featuring ESPN Executive Chairman George Bodenheimer and Fox Sports Vice Chairman Ed Goren.

The League Technology Summit, to be held Dec. 10-11 at the New York Hilton Hotel, annually draws more than 800 sports-technology professionals — including leaders from broadcasters, TV networks, sports leagues, teams, college conferences, new media, and venues — to discuss the most top-of-mind issues in sports production.

Registration for this highlight of the annual SVG calendar is open now, so CLICK HERE TO REGISTER.

This year, SVG will celebrate “Innovation in Sports Production,” taking attendees inside the most important developments in the world of sports-television and multiplatform production.

In addition to the conversations with Bodenheimer and Goren, the information-packed event will include:

  • Two Full Days of Networking and Content:  We’re officially a two-day conference, with Day One’s workshops (Dec. 10) featuring the popular Mobile Engineering Workshop, plus an entirely new second track covering in-venue wireless, second screen, production workflows, and more.
  • More Videos, More Interaction: The program itself will now “show” in addition to “tell,” offering big-screen highlights of the year’s most compelling images, stories, and technology innovations of the year.
  • Innovation Technology Showcase:  More than 60 leading vendors will be on-site to show off what’s new and what’s coming from their product teams. They’ll be showing more new gear this year than ever before.
  • It’s all topped off by the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame ceremony (ticket and inductee information available at in support of the new Sports Broadcasting Fund on the evening of Dec. 11.

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