Save the Date: SVG College: New York Returns to Day 1 of SVG Summit

Don’t miss the latest installment of the Sports Video Group’s regional college video workshop series as SVG College returns to Midtown Manhattan to bring you SVG College: New York, on Monday, Dec. 15 at the New York Hilton.

CollegeNYCollegiate athletic departments and conferences are producing more video content than ever. This unique, hands-on professional networking event offers the opportunity to learn from innovators in sports video production and promising to help take your productions to the next level.

Complementary registration for SVG College: New York is available to local college administrators, video production specialists, freelancers, and students.

Highlights include:

Case Study: The Ivy League Digital Network
The Ivy League Digital Network is in its second year and is changing the way the conference markets itself to its fans, alumni, and student athletes. Those who make the network possible will break down the process that went into creating the network and what a typical live production on the network looks like from behind the scenes.

Best Practices In Live Streaming Production
Experts in live streaming events discuss the latest in production technologies and break down how to get the most out of your two-, three-, four-camera productions.

Insights Into Asset Management
SVG College Initiative sponsor Quantum will share their newest entry-level technology designed specifically to help college athletic departments better store, manage, and monetize historical content and assets.

Attendees of SVG College: New York are granted a free Day 1 to the SVG Summit, which includes admittance to that night’s Networking Reception. Interested in attending? Contact SVG Senior Editor Brandon Costa at brandon@sportsvideo.org to reserve your spot.

SVG College: New York is held is association with the SVG Summit (Dec. 16-17).

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