SVG Technology In Action Webinar: Your Streaming Footprint In Uncertain Times and Circumstances [FULL ARCHIVE]
At look at at-home production with Harvard University and LiveU
Below is a full archive of Wednesday’s live ‘SVG Technology In Action Webinar: Your Streaming Footprint In Uncertain Times and Circumstances.’
In these times of extreme change and uncertainty, the sports video industry is rapidly adjusting its strategies for live content, while also planning ahead for when things return to a sense of normalcy. This is especially true for the college sports space, where all events have been canceled for the remainder of the academic year.
In the latest SVG Technology in Action Webinar, we are joined by Imry Halevi, Assistant Director of Athletics, Multimedia and Production at Harvard University to share how Crimson Athletics and their Ivy League colleagues are handling content at a time with no events.
In addition, we also address some big picture planning for your live event streaming strategies. How is Harvard leveraging cellular bonding technology to expand its production capabilities, cover more sports, and increase fan engagement?
Plus, get an inside look at how his team pulled off a completely unique live production of the Harvard alpine and nordic ski team’s inaugural Harvard Carnival that was streamed live to ESPN+.
Imry Halevi, Harvard University, Assistant Director of Athletics, Multimedia and Production
Janel Fleming, LiveU, Director of Sales and Sales Group Manager, Sports
Brandon Costa, SVG, Director of Digital
If you have any questions, both Imry and Janel are kind enough to share their contact information.
Imry Halevi, Harvard University, Assistant Director of Athletics, Multimedia and Production (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Janel Fleming, LiveU, Director of Sales and Sales Group Manager, Sports (JanelF@liveu.tv)
Stay tuned for more online content from SVG in the coming weeks. And please stay healthy.