SVG PLAY: SVG College Summit Panel Addresses How IP, The Cloud, and At-Home Models are Changing Live Game Production

Professionals from Charleston Southern University, University of West Georgia, Tupelo Honey, and EVS walk attendees through their processes

The SVG College Summit returned to Atlanta for the first time since 2019 for two days of panels, case studies, workshops, and networking. This year’s event agenda addressed critical topics facing the business ranging from live-broadcast/streaming strategies; to live-production tools and solutions; cloud-based, REMI, and IP production models; content-distribution strategies; what Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) means for you; staffing/training your production teams; and so much more.

The sports-video industry has been dramatically reshaped as a result of the pandemic. How has the way we think about work altered production models and infrastructures in collegiate athletics video production? Those who are producing in the cloud, via IP, and/or using REMI workflows to supplement their shows outline how they are finding success in this SVG College Summit 2022 panel discussion. What advice would they give to those exploring these avenues for the first time?

Nicholas Case, Charleston Southern University, Assistant Athletic Director of Broadcast Services
Adam Coppinger, Tupelo Honey, VP, Remote Productions
Corey Speights, University of West Georgia, Associate Director, Live Event Production
James Stellpflug, EVS, SVP, Customer Success – The Americas
Jason Dachman, SVG, Chief Editor

SVG PLAY is your new home for all Sports Video Group live event and long-form video content. As an SVG member and sponsor, receive simple access to all SVG event panels, case studies, keynotes, and more all in one place. To visit SVG PLAYCLICK HERE.

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