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2021 Executive Reflections: Turner Sports’ Chris Brown on the Industry Breaking Broadcasting Norms to Bring Sports Back to TV

When the pandemic hit the U.S. full force in March 2020, sports production was forced to accelerate technology changes that were already in motion but not expected to happen for several years. Health and safety came to the forefront of production concerns at the same time as engineers were racing to enable talent and tech […]  More

Vizrt’s Flexible Access Billing Model Allows Content Creators To Scale Use of Software Tools as Needed

Sports-production professionals and content creators increasingly look for more-flexible ways to spin tools up and down as needed, and Vizrt has responded with the launch of Flexible Access, which applies to five suites of services and tools and is priced from $1,795 per month.  More

On the Hardwood: Atlanta Hawks Honor Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. in First of Season-Long ‘Unity Nights’

The doldrums of 2020 may be in the past, but 2021 is still presenting challenges to in-venue production teams. Now out of the Orlando bubble, NBA organizations are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the continuing difficulties of the pandemic. Like SVG’s At the Ballpark and On the Gridiron series, On the Hardwood will take a […]  More

Open Services Alliances for Media (OSA) Creates IMF Registration API

Microservices are cool, however they don’t really have universal interoperability. That is exactly why Chris Lennon, OSA founder and executive director and CEO of MediAnswers recently started the OSA (Open Services Alliances for Media),  a global alliance of organizations with the common goal of enabling open, interoperable services across all aspects of the media ecosystem. […]  More

America’s Cup Production Team Upgrades Data, Augmented Reality, Camera Coverage in New Zealand

The 36th America’s Cup Finals begin on March 6, and the battle to see who will face off against New Zealand in them begins this weekend with the first Prada Cup Round Robin race in New Zealand’s Hauraki Gulf. For the America’s Cup production team, the race begins a new era of technology innovation, new […]  More

Despite Pandemic Challenges, Midco Sports Network Delivers NCHC Pod Action Via Centralized Production

In a sports year full of bubbles, Midco Sports Network and the National Collegiate Hockey Conference teamed up to start the season on a high note with one of the most unusual quarantined sports environments to date: the NCHC Pod. In December, the NCHC invited its member teams to Omaha for conference play within a […]  More

Sustainability in Sports Production: Sky Sports Pledges to Make All Host Broadcasts Albert-Certified

Sky Sports plans to make every one of its host broadcasts in 2021 an environmentally responsible production by meeting the standards required to gain a Bafta albert certificate. Announced alongside the news that the broadcaster is the Principal Media Partner for the COP26 international climate change conference in Glasgow, Scotland, Sky Sports has committed to […]  More

SVG’s On the Hardwood Series To Highlight Challenges, Triumphs of NBA In-Venue Teams

The doldrums of 2020 may be in the past, but 2021 is still presenting challenges to in-venue production teams. Now out of the Orlando bubble, NBA organizations are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the continuing difficulties of the pandemic. SVG’s On the Hardwood will take a look the hardships, creative ideas, and […]  More

On the Hardwood: Denver Nuggets Repurpose RSN Broadcast With Some In-Venue Flavor

The doldrums of 2020 may be in the past, but 2021 is still presenting challenges to in-venue production teams. Now out of the Orlando bubble, NBA organizations are hosting games in their home arenas and navigating the continuing difficulties of the pandemic. Like SVG’s At the Ballpark and On the Gridiron series, On the Hardwood […]  More

SVG Venue Roundtable: 2020 Year in Review Breaks Down the State of In-Venue Production on February 24

Nearly one year ago, professional sports in the U.S. were forever changed after the nationwide shutdown. As the calendar flips into the new year, the industry is able to reflect on what occurred in 2020. In this important SVG Venue Initiative event, SVG Venue: 2020 Year in Review, learn from and network with in-venue production […]  More

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