SVG Sports Venue Technology Summit: Full Videos Now Available

Did you miss this year’s SVG Sports Venue Technology Summit at Sports Authority Field at Mile High? Want to learn more about the Denver sports-production market, or hear from industry experts on the latest in control-room technology, venue renovations, cameras and lenses, and more? Videos from this year’s Summit, including full panel discussions, are now available!

Full Panel Discussions:

Denver Perspectives: Local Teams Weigh In
Every team — from every league and every level — must make the best of their production system to engage their hometown fans in the venue. Local teams discuss their current facilities and production resources, game-day workflows, and how they strive to put on the best show possible.

The Renovation Boom
The past few years have seen a number of large-scale renovations intended to breathe new life into old venues. From replacing aging SD videoboards with gargantuan HD displays to enhancing connectivity and engagement through IPTV and WiFi, experts explain how venue renovations can reinvigorate a fan base.

Maximizing Your Control Room: Technology Update
With venue new builds and renovations grabbing headlines, it’s easy to forget the work happening behind the scenes to bring project proposals and artistic visions to life. Systems integrators, consultants, and tech vendors weigh in on recent projects, the latest technology trends and how to get the most out of your control room.

Choosing the Right Cameras and Lenses for Your Needs
Producing in-venue video requires the right tools to acquire content. Leading vendors discuss the latest in image acquisition and how to get the most bang for your buck, whether you want to dabble in 4K, integrate new specialty cameras, or embrace fully to a high-frame-rate technology.

Denver Perspectives: The Broadcast/Venue Connection
As the video needs of sports venues and broadcasters increasingly overlap, all involved must play together to ensure a successful show for the in-venue and at-home audiences. Hear from local executives as they discuss the unique demands of the Denver market and how these varied groups across the broadcast/venue spectrum can improve communication and pool local resources more efficiency.


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