SVG Sports OTT Forum: Go Under the Hood of Tennis Channel’s Multi-Court Streaming Product

Sinclair Distinguished Engineer Jason Justman to provide an inside look at Tennis Channel operations

At the third-annual SVG Sports OTT Forum (March 10, The Paley Center for Media in New York City) on Tuesday, industry professionals will have a unique, closed-door opportunity to discuss critical issues facing the present and future of live sports streaming.

Among the highlights of this year’s agenda is a special presentation showcasing how Tennis Channel technologically supports live multi-court coverage on its Tennis Channel Plus OTT service.

REGISTER: SVG Sports OTT Forum (March 10, Paley Center, NYC)

Keynote Presentation: Inside Tennis Channel’s Virtual Channel Programming
With multiple courts operating across multiple weeks, marquee tennis events are an ideal place for the long tail of content to shine on an OTT platform, but packaging all those productions and signals can be a challenge. Go behind the scenes on how Tennis Channel Plus OTT builds an elite product of virtual-channel programming for its audiences.
Presenter:
Jason Justman
, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Distinguished Engineer

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SVG is following the directions of our venue partners regarding the status of ongoing events, and we will immediately alert you to any changes. However, for this event, we will be encouraging all attendees to practice “Healthy Meetings,” with the following common-sense guidelines:

  • Stay home if you are sick
  • Cover your cough or sneeze with a tissue, sleeve, or flexed elbow
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, and mouth
  • Avoid shaking hands
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water for at least 20 seconds

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Last year’s SVG Sports OTT Forum drew more than 220 qualified attendees from across the live-sports-video landscape to discuss such topics as OTT product offerings, direct-to-consumer business strategies, and latency.

Whether you work for a modern digital-first brand or a traditional broadcaster, you won’t want to miss the learning and networking opportunities available at this intimate gathering of sports-media professionals.

For more information on the event’s program, email Brandon Costa at brandon@sportsvideo.org. For more information on attending the event, email Andrew Lippe at andrew@sportsvideo.orgFor more information on sponsoring the event, email Rob Payne at rob@sportsvideo.org.

The use of The Paley Center for Media’s facilities does not constitute endorsement by the Paley Center of any views expressed during this event.