SVG College Summit: IP Connects Campuses, Could Change the Shape of College Sports-Video Production
Pioneers from Harvard, Portland, Lafayette, and Newtek share their experiences with the innovative technology
Using the public internet to both internally connect one’s campus and, in some cases, distribute content to partners and/or viewers is permeating the live–college-sports-production industry.
At the 2018 SVG College Summit, representatives of athletic departments at the forefront of the technology and leveraging this tool shared their experiences and explained how confidence in public IP networks is altering how they view their campuses and what it means for the future of college athletics.
The session featured Chris Burgos, product and vertical market manager, sports, Newtek; Imry Halevi, director, multimedia and production, Department of Athletics, Harvard University; Scott Morse, director, athletics communications and promotions, Lafayette College; and Jose Nevarez, assistant athletic director, broadcast operations, University of Portland. The session was moderated by Jason Dachman, chief editor, SVG.
Nevarez offers a look inside his department’s infrastructure and how IP plays a critical role:
Halevi, a leader in the IP space, takes attendees inside his all-IP athletics campus and breaks down the opportunities it offers:
Watch the full session in its entirety:
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