SVG College Sports Summit 2017

Monday, June 19, 2017Stanford's Heath Trabue Offers Peek Inside VR WorkDuring a panel discussion on virtual reality and 360-degree video, Stanford University's Director of Video Services Heath Trabue offers a peak at the kinds of VR content his department has created and what lessons he has learned from those projects.Monday, June 19, 2017What Types of VR Content are Most Successful, So Far?During a panel discussion on virtual reality and 360-degree video, Stanford University's Director of Video Services Heath Trabue and Foundry 45 co-founder Dave Beck discuss what types of VR/360 content have been most successful for them, so far.Monday, June 19, 2017Strategies for Rig Placement During a Virtual Reality ProductionDuring a panel discussion on virtual reality and 360-degree video, Stanford University's Director of Video Services Heath Trabue, STRIVR Labs co-founder and Managing Partner Trent Edwards, and Foundry 45 co-founder Dave Beck offer their best practices for managing the placement of VR camera rigs during a live or post- production.Wednesday, June 14, 2017Washington's Trenton Cotton Observes His Sports Peers for Content IdeasDuring a panel discussion on In-Venue Fan Engagement and Marketing Integration, University of Washington's Design Director of Digital Media Content Trenton Cotten believes that in the sports media industry, content creators should be taking other's ideas and making them their own.Wednesday, June 14, 2017Videoboard Production Trends and Marketing Integration [FULL PANEL]Athletic departments and brands are looking for new ways to better engage with fans immersed in the in-stadium or in-arena environment. How are athletic departments using video production technology and in-house marketing savvy to approach the new world of entertainment and engaging fans at the game. Speakers: Kevin Copp, Temple University, Assistant Athletic Director, Video Services Trenton Cotten, University of Washington, Design Director of Digital Media Content Kirk Hartman, University of Nebraska, Executive Director of Video Production Eric Nichols, University of South Carolina, Senior Associate AD, Marketing and Branding/CMO Moderator: Paul Danna, University of South Carolina, Director, Gamecock Productions and 2017 SVG College Sports Summit, ChairmanWednesday, June 14, 2017Nebraska's Kirk Hartman on How Recruiting Is Driving the Videoboard Arms RaceDuring a panel discussion on In-Venue Fan Engagement and Marketing Integration, the University of Nebraska's Executive Director of Video Production Kirk Hartman says that the videoboard arms race is a product of recruiting.Wednesday, June 14, 2017Temple's Kevin Copp on Managing Relationships Between Divisions of an Athletic DepartmentDuring a panel discussion on In-Venue Fan Engagement and Marketing Integration, Temple University's Assistant Athletic Director, Video Services Kevin Copp discussed the challenges of managing relationships between departments and creating a collaborative working environment.Wednesday, June 14, 2017Going OTT: The Next Direct Connection to Fans and Brands [FULL PANEL]Digital networks gave colleges and conferences the power to distribute their own content directly to their fans. Now, the next wave in video distribution, Over-the- Top is poised to take the industry by storm in 2017 and bring your content right into the living room. Experts in the area discuss what it takes to design, build, and most importantly, maintain a strong OTT channel beyond and content publishers. Speakers: Tom Buffolano, LTN Global Communications, VP, Business Development, Sports Ron Linares, AJT Systems, President Brandon Meier, Oklahoma, Assistant AD, Broadcast Operations Jeff Smith, Great Lakes Valley Conference, Associate Commissioner, Communications Moderator: Matthew Panto, The Ivy League, Assistant Executive Director, Digital Media and CommunicationsWednesday, June 14, 2017In-Venue Production and Fan Engagement Case Study: University of Central FloridaStadium and arena productions are more highly produced and filled with marketing elements than ever before. In the first of a series of in-depth case studies, see how the University of Central Florida's athletic department approaches the design and management of their in-stadium shows. Presenters include: David Belawski, Director of Production Bobby Blankenship, Producer Andrew Kiger, Senior Producer Zach Peterson, Senior ProducerWednesday, June 14, 2017In-Venue Production and Fan Engagement Case Study: University of MinnesotaStadium and arena productions are more highly produced and filled with marketing elements than ever before. In the first of a series of in-depth case studies, see how the University of Minnesota's athletic department approaches the design and management of their in-stadium shows. Presenters include: Ryan Maus, Director of Digital Production, Gopher Digital Productions Josh Blessing, Senior Producer, Gopher Digital Productions Daniel Claxton, Creative Director, Gopher Digital ProductionsWednesday, June 14, 2017In-Venue Production and Fan Engagement Case Study: University of DaytonStadium and arena productions are more highly produced and filled with marketing elements than ever before. In the first of a series of in-depth case studies, see how the University of Dayton's athletic department approaches the design and management of their in-stadium shows. Presenters include: Michael LaPlaca, Assistant Athletics Director, Multimedia; Nick DeSanctis, Assistant Director, Video Services; and Ken Kreitzer, Assistant Director, Video Services for Live EventsTuesday, June 13, 2017Private videoThis video is private.Tuesday, June 13, 2017University of Oklahoma's Brandon Meier on How to Direct Fans to Your Live GamesAt the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit, OU's Brandon Meier touched on the challenge of communicating to fans where they can watch live games and which games will be on which platforms/channels.Tuesday, June 13, 2017SVG College Sports Summit: LTN's Tom Buffolano on The State of the OTT MarketAt the SVG Summit, LTN's Tom Buffolano addressed what the company brings to the table for colleges looking to live-stream games to an OTT platformTuesday, June 13, 2017Private videoThis video is private.Tuesday, June 13, 2017Oklahoma's Brandon Meier Goes Inside the Launch of Sooner Sports OTT NetworkWhat went into OU's decision to launch the Sooner Sports OTT platform? At the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit, the University of Oklahoma's Brandon Meier explained why the the school opted to launch first on Apple TV.Thursday, June 8, 2017BEA Fast Break: Denise Belafonte-Young, Associate Professor, Film and Television at Lynn UniversityBEA Fast Break was a rapid series of presentations from multiple experienced professors and athletic department personnel given at the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit. These individuals shared informative and intriguing case studies that offered best practices on engaging, training, and fostering live event production personnel, including full-time personnel and students. Denise Belafonte-Young, Associate Professor, Film and Television offers his perspective from Lynn University.Thursday, June 8, 2017BEA Fast Break: Marissa Cockrell, Asst. Dir. of External Affairs, Gamecock ProductionsBEA Fast Break was a rapid series of presentations from multiple experienced professors and athletic department personnel given at the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit. These individuals shared informative and intriguing case studies that offered best practices on engaging, training, and fostering live event production personnel, including full-time personnel and students. Marissa Cockrell, Assistant Director of External Affairs, Gamecock Productions offers her take from the University of South Carolina.Thursday, June 8, 2017BEA Fast Break: Tim Pollard, Chair, Department of Telecommunications, Ball State UniversityBEA Fast Break was a rapid series of presentations from multiple experienced professors and athletic department personnel given at the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit. These individuals shared informative and intriguing case studies that offered best practices on engaging, training, and fostering live event production personnel, including full-time personnel and students. Tim Pollard, Chair, Department of Telecommunications presents his thoughts from Ball State University.Thursday, June 8, 2017BEA Fast Break: David Deeley, Assistant Professor, Sports Media at University of North FloridaBEA Fast Break was a rapid series of presentations from multiple experienced professors and athletic department personnel given at the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit. These individuals shared informative and intriguing case studies that offered best practices on engaging, training, and fostering live event production personnel, including full-time personnel and students. David Deeley, Assistant Professor, Sports Media presents his perspective from the University of North Florida.Thursday, June 8, 2017BEA Fast Break: Suzy Smith, Associate Professor, Telecommunications, Ball State UniversityBEA Fast Break was a rapid series of presentations from multiple experienced professors and athletic department personnel given at the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit. These individuals shared informative and intriguing case studies that offered best practices on engaging, training, and fostering live event production personnel, including full-time personnel and students. Suzy Smith, Associate Professor, Telecommunications at Ball State University offers her perspective.Tuesday, June 6, 2017Keynote Conversation: ESPN's Lee Fitting and Tom Rinaldi Go Behind-the-Scenes at College GameDayIn a captivating keynote conversation from the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit, ESPN senior coordinating producer for college sports Lee Fitting spoke with ESPN corespondent Tom Rinaldi about the history of one of the most influential programs in the history of sports television: ESPN College GameDay. The duo discussed everything from how GameDay sites are selected and their favorite signs in the crowd to their philosophies on leadership, risk-taking, and storytelling.Monday, June 5, 20172017 SVG College Sports Summit Pioneer Award: Ball State University's Chris TaylorThe Sports Video Group presented Jim Nachtman, Assistant Athletic Director, Media and Video Production at Penn State University with the 2016 SVG College Sports Summit Pioneer Award. The SVG College Sports Summit Pioneer Award celebrates those who have innovated in the fields of video production and technology at the university level and have advanced the industry at large.Monday, June 5, 2017Clemson's Jonathan Gantt Discusses Maximizing Facebook LiveAt the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit, Clemson Athletics' Director of New Media Jonathan Gantt discusses the advantages of streaming to Facebook Live and offers advice for how to maximize the platform.Monday, June 5, 2017Keys to Successful Social Streaming [FULL Panel Discussion]At the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit, experts in the field of live social streaming discussed strategies for content creation in the world of social media. Live streaming on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Periscope have opened entire new distribution channels that have proven to be tremendously direct and engaging. Content creators from teams, leagues, and media companies that have found success quickly on these platforms share their advice behind their work. Speakers: Jonathan Gantt, Clemson University, Director of New Media Jason George, Telescope, CEO Jack Patterson, Learfield, VP, Social Media Jaryd Wilson, Atlanta Hawks, Digital Content Manager Moderator: Brandon Costa, Sports Video Group, Director of DigitalMonday, June 5, 2017Clemson's Jonathan Gantt on Shooting Live Social From a Mobile DeviceAt the 2017 SVG College Sports Summit, Clemson Athletics' Director of New Media Jonathan Gantt breaks down the value of going live to social platforms directly through the camera on a mobile device.Friday, June 2, 20172017 SVG/NACDA Technology Leadership Award: University of NebraskaThe Sports Video Group and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics named the University of Nebraska as the recipient of the fifth-annual SVG/NACDA Technology Leadership Award. HuskerVision's Kirk Hartman and Shot Kleen accepted the award at the SVG College Sports Summit in Atlanta.