Karen Hogan Ketchum, Senior Editor

Karen Hogan Ketchum, Senior Editor

Joining the SVG team in 2011, Karen Hogan Ketchum manages SVG’s print publications, including the semiannual SportsTech Journal, the annual Mobile Sports Production Yearbook, and all event print programs. She drives the company’s Venue Initiative, writing about the sports venue production industry and coordinating the agenda for the annual Sports Venue Production Summit and Venue Production Seminars. In addition, Hogan Ketchum is the director of SVG's Women’s Sports Media Initiative. Hogan Ketchum began her career in sports at Fordham University with WFUV Sports, serving as Supervising Producer of “One on One,” WFUV Sports’ weekly call-in show. After graduating in 2009, she spent the 2009-10 season in the public relations department of the Trenton Devils (ECHL) before taking on a freelance copy editor assignment with Professional Sports Publications. A New Jersey native, Hogan Ketchum currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.

Recent Posts by Karen Hogan Ketchum, Senior Editor

SVG Summit Spotlight: Venue Production Workshop To Explore Building Broadcast-Friendly Venue, LED, Control-Room Design

Despite the importance of at-home production, broadcasters often encounter difficulty getting their needs met when new sports venues are under construction. This year’s Venue Production Workshop on Monday Dec. 11 will begin with a panel discussion that aims to uncover current challenges faced by teams, leagues, broadcast networks, venue consultants, and more. In addition to […]  More

New York Giants, KMH Audio-Video Integration Move the Chains for Team’s Video-Production Capabilities

Two years ago, the New York Football Giants teamed up with KMH Audio-Video Integration to upgrade and expand their video-production capabilities at the Quest Diagnostics Training Center in East Rutherford, NJ, the team’s year-round video-production home. And, although the upgraded facilities were certainly an improvement, it was only the beginning of an ongoing project and […]  More

SVG Summit Spotlight: WSMI To Host Women’s Leadership Roundtable at Annual Meeting

What makes for a good leader? There may be no one-size-fits-all explanation, but executives in the sports-broadcasting industry share many traits that make them effective, efficient, and successful leaders. Join SVG’s Women’s Sports Media Initiative on Monday Dec. 11 to hear from three industry leaders — representing a top technology vendor, a national broadcast network, […]  More

Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame: Lesley Visser, Sportscasting Trailblazer

SVG is profiling this year’s 10 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame inductees in the weeks leading up to the ceremony on Dec. 12 at the New York Hilton. For more information, visit sportsbroadcastinghalloffame.org. With so many “firsts” attributed to Lesley Visser throughout her storied career in sports broadcasting, it’s fair to say that she didn’t […]  More

SMPTE 2017 Conference Addresses Practical Concerns Surrounding SMPTE 2110 Standard, UHD

With temperatures soaring outside, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) tackled the hottest topics facing the entertainment industry today — most notably, the recent approval of the first standards within the SMPTE 2110 suite for professional media over managed IP networks. Advances in UHD acquisition and processing; content management, storage, and security; […]  More

Inside Ross Video’s Effort To Drive Mercedes-Benz Stadium’s One-of-a-Kind Halo Display

Before Mercedes-Benz Stadium even opened its doors — or its retractable roof — for fans of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC, the venue’s 360-degree Halo video display was the talk of the town. With more than 60,000 sq. ft. of video real estate encircling the stadium’s roof, it would be both the largest […]  More