SVG’s Sports Asset Management Forum Hits NYC One Month From Today
SVG’s seventh annual Sports Asset Management (SAM) Forum arrives at the New York Hilton in midtown Manhattan on July 25. Register now for this one-day event featuring presentations by major pro and college sports leagues designed to help you understand how each of them are approaching the challenge of asset management from ingest to archive.
Sports network leaders and SVG sponsors will also be taking part as they discuss the latest technology developments related to this important and growing field.
The event will be highlighted by Asset Management Workflow Case Studies presented by Major League Baseball, NASCAR, NBA Entertainment, NCAA, NFL, NHL, PGA Tour Entertainment, UFC, and the University of Notre Dame.
CLICK HERE to check out the full conference program and for more information regarding the event.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Warren Arenstein, Primestream, SVP of Business Development
- Tab Butler, Director, Media Management and Post Production at MLB Network
- Frank Cardello, T3 Media, General Manager, Platform
- Ted Dembicki, SGL, Eastern Regional Sales Manager
- David Dukes, PGA Tour Entertainment, Senior Director, Technical Operations
- Nate Flannery, NCAA, Director of Championships and Alliances, Digital and Social Media
- Dave Franza, NFL Films & NFL Network, VP, Executive in Charge of Production Application Development & Support
- Keith Horstman, NBA, VP, Digital Media Systems
- Christy King, UFC, VP, Digital, Technology R&D
- Justin Lindsey, The Center for Applied Analytics (TAAC), Founder
- Chris May, Turner Sports, Manager of Library Services
- Tom McGowan, Integrated Media Technologies, VP, Business Development
- Jim Miles, NBC Sports Group, Director, Digital Workflow Systems
- Grant Nodine, NHL, VP, Technology
- Dennis Radeke, Adobe, Senior Business Development Manager
- Scott Rinehart, Fighting Irish Digital Media, University of Notre Dame, Lead Technologist
- John Vickery, Sony Media Cloud Services, Chief Business Officer
- Chris Witmayer, NASCAR Media Group, Director Of Broadcast, Post Production, and New Media Technology