SVG Summit Preview: Day 1 Afternoon Sessions Address ‘Hot Tech’, Truck & Facility Design, Streaming & OTT, Content Management, Audio Production
It’s been two years since the sports production community has come together in New York City for the SVG Summit. That’s one of the reasons the afternoon workshops on Dec. 13 are designed to provide a wide-ranging overview of the entire sports production ecosystem. The main stage will serve as a “Hot Tech Showcase” for the latest sports-production technology like 5G, shallow depth of field cameras, drones and aerial cameras, augmented reality, and HDR. Meanwhile workshops will cover Truck & Facility Design, Streaming & OTT, Content Management, and Audio Production and Distribution. For more information and to register today click here.
Day 1 will feature a full day of workshops and the morning sessions will highlight some of the most intriguing segments in the industry. Below is the complete schedule for afternoon of day 1 (CLICK HERE for the full program):
Monday General Sessions: Hot Tech Showcase
1:30 – 5:30 p.m. ET
Location: Trianon Ballroom, 3rd Floor
This “Hot Tech Showcase” will highlights the latest technologies taking the live sports-production world by storm, including 5G, shallow depth of field cameras, drones and aerial cameras, augmented reality, and HDR.
Speakers include: CBS Sports, Fox Sports, NBA, NBC, NHL, Canon, disguise, Dolby Labs, EVS, Fujifilm, Interdigital, Ross Video, SMT, Sony, Unreal Engine, and Verizon
Production Truck & Facility Design Workshop
1:30 – 3:00 p.m. ET
Location: Gramercy Suite, 2nd Floor
Cloud? IP? Automated production? Decentralized production teams? Top engineers take to the stage to discuss how those technologies are laying out a new path for the future of sports production.
Speakers include: Alpha Video, CTI, Diversified, Dome Productions, LMG, Lyon Video, and NEP
Streaming & OTT Workshop
1:30 – 5:30 p.m. ET
Location: Nassau Suite, 2nd Floor
Moving delivery to the cloud. Latency. Automation and monitoring. Interactivity. As streaming becomes the consumption method of choice for sports viewers across the country, the technologies and infrastructures supporting live sports video delivery continue to advance. This workshop will offer attendees the opportunity to learn from and network with some of the top executives behind the technology and the strategy of the streaming delivery of major live sporting events and properties.
Speakers include: ATEME, MediaKind, N3BULA Technologies, Phenix Real-Time Solutions, SNY, Telestream, Videon, and Zixi.
Sports Content Management Workshop
1:30 – 5:30 p.m. ET
Location: Murray Hill Suite, 2nd Floor
Learn about the latest developments in media-asset-management (MAM) and orchestration, archive and storage technology, and cloud-based infrastructure and workflows. MAM leaders from major broadcasters and rights-holders, leagues, teams, and vendors offer first-hand perspectives and behind-the-curtain looks at their respective workflows. This workshop is a can’t-miss event for anyone looking to build an efficient media-management and storage/archiving ecosystem, as well as to stay up-to-date on the latest technological developments in areas such as AI and ML, virtualization, next-gen storage, and more.
Speakers include: CBS Sports, MLB, NBA, NHL, PGA Tour, WWE, DataCore, EditShare, OpenDrives, Quantum, Signiant, Spectra Logic, and Telestream
DTV Audio Group Production & Distribution Workshop
11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. ET
Location: Rendezvous, 3rd Floor
Join DTVAG in exploring the task of cost-efficiently creating premium audio experiences, and the impact of modern networking and cloud-based processing on achieving that goal. We will also examine some emerging technologies from 5G to AI, likely to impact television audio going forward. Finally, we will revisit the latest challenges to wireless audio production and view some faintly glimmering possibilities.
Speakers Include: NBCUniversal, Dolby Labs, Quintar, Salsa Sound, Shure, and WarnerMedia Studios