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SVG SportsTech On Demand: Sneaky Big Studios' Ben Grafchik on the Rise of At-Home Production

In an effort to keep the broadcast-technology community informed this spring, throughout April, SVG is hosting a series of SportsTech On Demand video interviews with executives from the industry’s top technology vendors discussing their latest product releases and company news. Our Jason Dachman sat down with Ben Grafchik, director, business development, Sneaky Big Studios, about the company’s efforts.

While Sneaky Big’s studios in Scottsdale, AZ, are maintaining proper social distancing measures, they have also stayed busy by hosting Michael Wilbon during his Pardon the Interruption segments for ESPN, standup shots for CNBC, and serving the Glendale and Scottsdale Chamber of Commerce.

Sneaky Big’s control rooms have become a mainstay for at-home/remote productions. Once life gets back to (somewhat) normal, Grafchick expects the number of events that will require coverage may be more than the current broadcast industry can support via traditional broadcast methods, potentially opening the door for more at-home productions at Sneaky Big.

For more interviews and news from around the sports-video-production industry, visit SVG’s SportsTech Blog.
For more information on Sneaky Big Studios, please contact Ben Grafchik at bgrafchik@sneakybig.com.

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