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Tennis Channel Adds East Coast Base at USTA National Campus

In just two years of existence, the USTA National Campus has become the epicenter of American tennis, hosting more than 100 competitive events in 2019 alone. Now the USTA’s year-round training facility in the Lake Nona region of Orlando has the broadcast-technology chops to match. Last month, Tennis Channel opened a fully equipped broadcast-control room […]  More

Available Now! Fall 2019 SportsTech Journal Spotlights FIFA Women’s World Cup, ‘Summer of Sports’

The Fall 2019 edition of SVG’s semiannual SportsTech Journal is now available to view online. This free digital edition covers the latest trends and technologies from across the sports-video–production landscape, including an in-depth look at the FIFA Women’s World Cup and a special venue-production supplement. In addition to the FIFA Women’s World Cup profile, the […]  More

2019 TranSPORT Photo Gallery

SVG’s annual TranSPORT conference returned to New York City’s Microsoft Conference Center on Oct. 15, and welcomed more than 275 attendees for a day of networking and sessions focused on the current state of sports-content contribution, exchange, and distribution.  More

Skyline Communications’ DataMiner Platform Leads Efforts in End-to-End Network Solutions

The Sports Video Group is excited to announced Skyline Communications as a new corporate sponsor. The company is immersed in supplying end-to-end, multi-vendor network management, orchestration, and OSS solutions for the broadcast, satellite, cable, telco, and mobile industry. Its DataMiner network management platform enables sophisticated end-to-end integration and orchestration of the most complex technical ecosystems, […]  More

Last Chance: Register to Attend ‘SVG College: Boston’ to Tour Harvard’s Video Production Facilities and Learn From Industry Peers

SVG is returning to Boston for the latest in the SVG College Regional Event Series. Join us on October 30 on the campus of Harvard University for SVG College: Boston to network with some of the top college-sports-video-content creators in the area, tour the Crimson’s innovative broadcast and in-venue production facilities built around IP technologies, […]  More

Princeton Caps Off Extensive Program Transformation With H.G. Levine Broadcast Center

When the calendar rolls around to May, college students rejoice to the sound of summer. For one of the most prestigious schools in the Ivy League, Princeton University, the signs of this past summer marked the homestretch of its multiple–control-room buildout inside Jadwin Gymnasium. Like college football, with its phenomenal growth in the 150 years […]  More

Progress on TCU’s Amon G. Carter Stadium Continues After Streak of Bad Weather

Texas Christian University (TCU) football has had its fair share of greats since its inception in 1896. The Davey O’Brien Award, given to the best collegiate quarterback in the nation, is the namesake of the institution’s first Heisman Trophy winner. At the NFL level, LaDainian Tomlinson is a Pro Football Hall of Famer and considered […]  More