SVG Summit: SVG College Workshop Spotlights Renovations at Notre Dame, Managing Student Crews
The SVG College Initiative returns to the SVG Summit (Dec. 12-13, New York Hilton Midtown) this year with a Day 1 workshop offering a look inside the latest in the robust college sports video production industry. This year’s program will offer an exclusive inside look at the University of Notre Dame’s massive Campus Crossroads Project and analyze the process of managing and training student support in live event production.
Join us at the SVG College: New York workshop at the SVG Summit in New York City to network with industry peers and leaders in technology development and help take your career and your organization to the next level.
NOTE: SVG College attendees are strongly encouraged to join us for the SVG Digital Summit. With panels and presentations focused around live streaming and social video, there’s a wealth of knowledge to be shared and is a perfect way to wrap up your Day 1 experience at the SVG Summit.
Case Study Presentation: University of Notre Dame’s Campus Crossroads Projects
The Campus Crossroads Project is the most ambitious building campaign in the 174-year history of the University of Notre Dame and, at the center of it all, is iconic Notre Dame Stadium. Inside will feature a state-of-the-art new media center that will power video across all aspects of the university from academics to athletics and will bring video to Notre Dame Stadium for the first time. Take an inside peek at the strategy and technology behind this epic project and learn how its all being done.
Presenter: Scott Rinehart, University of Notre Dame, Lead Technologist, Fighting Irish Digital Media
SVG College Initiative Sponsor Spotlight
Panel: Managing & Training Students in Live Event Sports Production
As athletic departments produce more live video content than ever before, professionals are leaning heavily on the help of students. College sports video production pros discuss how they recruit, manage, and train up their student staffs and offer tips to tech vendors on how to offer better tools and services for a volatile student workforce with a high churn rate.
Moderator: Scott Rinehart, Notre Dame, Lead Technologist, Fighting Irish Digital Media
Todd Edwards, Mercer University, Asst. Athletic Director, Video Services
Chuck LaMendola, Texas Christian University, Professor of Professional Practice
SVG College: New York is made possible for the generous support of our SVG College Initiative sponsors: Avid, Bexel, Blueframe Technology, Canon, EVS, Grass Valley, LTN Global Communications, Panasonic, Quantum, Ross Video, Sony, Tightrope Media Systems, and Wowza Media Systems.