SVG On Demand: How COVID-19 Altered In-Venue Videoboard Shows at the Collegiate Ranks

With more high-end videoboards at more athletics facilities on campus, the art of the in-venue show is growing and changing shape. What’s the latest in content strategy and technology solutions to serve fans in your facility, and how has the experience of having limited to no fans in your buildings affected those philosophies?

In this snippet from Day 2 of the SVG College Summit, SVG’s Kristian Hernandez, University of Oregon’s Scott LaBounty, James Madison University’s Katie Windham, Texas A&M University’s Buddy Kimberlin, University of South Alabama’s Tyler Folks, Ross Video’s Andrew Lahey, and Grass Valley’s Robert Erickson discuss how this past season during the COVID-19 pandemic impacted the way live videoboard shows were produced with little to no fans in attendance.

This interview was excerpted from a panel discussion featured at the SVG College Summit, which was held from June 22-24. To watch the full panel and to access other free video content from the event, CLICK HERE.

For more one-on-one interviews and highlights from SVG events, visit SVG On Demand.

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