SVG’s Sports Content Management Forum Goes Virtual July 22-23, 29-30
Four days worth of live-streamed programming to cover MAM, storage, AI, and cloud
SVG’s 14th-annual Sports Content Management Forum is going virtual. While we are unable to host our annual industry gathering in New York City as originally scheduled, we are excited to share that the show will indeed go on. SVG is proud to announce the SVG Sports Content Management Virtual Series – a four-day series of keynotes, panels, presentations, and video-based networking events to be held July 22-23 and 29-30 from the safety of your own home.
CLICK HERE for more information and to register now. Registration for all online activities is free to all qualified professionals and SVG sponsors.
Save the dates to join us for two hours of exclusive live programming per day (available soon after as VOD), featuring media-asset–management (MAM) leaders from major broadcasters, leagues, teams, OTT outlets, eSports organizations, and vendors offering first-hand perspectives and behind-the-curtain looks at their respective workflows. Developed by the SCM Advisory Committee and its Chairman Tab Butler, this year’s agenda will address current state of MAM and archiving, cloud and virtualization, AI and machine learning, object storage and next-gen storage technologies, and much more. We’ll be posting the full program in the coming weeks.
We also know that one of the major draws of the in-person Sports Content Management Forum is the chance to browse and demo the latest in video production technology designed to meet your specific needs. This year’s virtual show will offer you online opportunities to learn from your favorite technology vendors and even meet some exciting new ones.
Register now and we’ll keep you posted on the topics, speakers, and cutting edge gear that promises to make this year’s virtual version of the SCM Forum something special.
If you have any topic proposals, wish to volunteer as a speaker, or simply want to connect us, don’t hesitate to reach out directly to SCM Program Director Jason Dachman at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are a vendor who wants to tell your technology story, contact Rob Payne (email@example.com) or Andrew Gabel (firstname.lastname@example.org)