SVG College Sports Summit Features In-Depth ‘Venues and Facilities’ Workshop Track

SVG’s College Sports Summit in Atlanta is less than a month away, and while Day 1 is chock-full of panel discussions that span the college-sports landscape, Day 2 features a track geared specifically toward those looking to enhance their production facilities and athletic venues. Be sure to stop by to hear about the latest in in-venue entertainment, control room workflows and technology, and a special case study from Texas A&M’s 12th Man Productions team on the Kyle Field renovation.

CSS2015Workshop Track 1: Venues and Facilities: Cornerstones to Success
Friday, May 29

10:15 a.m. Dual Productions: Control Room Workflow and Technology Update
With enhanced features in-venue and schools producing their own broadcast-caliber content, there is more demand being placed on control rooms and the crews. Dual productions are becoming the norm. Is your program ready to “double down?” Attend this session and learn how it impacts your production team, your technology, and your fans.
Moderator:
Rick Bagby, Clemson University, Director of Athletic Video Services
Panelists:
Andy Blanton, Georgia Tech, Director of Video Operations
Dennis Trapani, University of Wyoming, Director of Video and Digital Media
Jeff Volk, Alpha Video Sports & Entertainment, Vice President

11:00 a.m. Case Study: Texas A&M’s 12th Man Productions and the Kyle Field Renovation
One of the biggest stadium renovations in college sports history features video technology at its core. The team from Texas A&M’s 12th Man Productions shares the latest updates on the renovation of Kyle Field and how the biggest video board in the business, expansive new control rooms, and more have Kyle Field set to become a video production palace.
Panelists:
Andy Richardson, Texas A&M, Senior Director of Big Screens, 12th Man Productions
Buddy Kimberlin, Texas A&M, Production Manager, 12th Man Productions
Chuck Primrose, Texas A&M, Chief Broadcast Engineer, 12th Man Productions

11:45 a.m. In-Venue Entertainment Today: Big Boards, Mobile Apps, and More
In order to get more butts in the seats, sports organizations are making revolutionary changes in their approach to entertaining fans inside the venue and video is core to that strategy. Be it a sparkling new video board or on-coming changes in the world of mobile applications, infrastructures and workflows are altering dramatically.
Panelists:
Pattie Orr
, Baylor University, Vice President of Information Technology
James Stellpflug, EVS, VP, Product Marketing

For more information on the College Sports Summit, including a link to register, CLICK HERE.

For more information on this workshop track, please email Brandon Costa at brandon@sportsvideo.org and Karen Hogan at karen@sportsvideo.org.

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