The SVG Podcast: From the Field to the Cloud – An Industry Roundtable

Content creators from CBS Sports, the New England Patriots, Tennessee Titans, and the Sun Belt Conference break down how cloud-based workflows are enhancing their live and postproduction projects

2020 led to an abundance of change across the sports video production industry. One key trend that was further accelerated by the pandemic was cloud-based production. Be it for live or postproduction, the cloud is becoming an increasingly common part of any major media company’s workflow.

On this episode of The SVG Podcast we are joined by a roundtable of sports content creators to discuss the growing trend of the cloud and what it’s meant for them. We discuss the topic with Christopher Cruz, Director of Media Services, CBS Sports; Chris Gogolos, Videographer/Associate Producer, New England Patriots; Travis Llewellyn, Associate Commissioner, Football & Broadcasting, Sun Belt Conference; Brian Myers, Director of Production and Broadcast Technology, Tennessee Titans; and David Rosen, VP, Cloud Applications and Services, Sony Imaging Products & Solutions – Americas.

This conversation is an archive of a webinar SVG hosted in collaboration with Sony that originally broadcast on March 3, 2021 and was moderated by SVG’s Director of Digital Brandon Costa.

The SVG Podcast is for the sports-video–production professional looking to keep up with the latest in sports-video–production operations and technology. The program features interviews with some of the biggest, most influential names in the sports-video business talking trends and topics that are making an impact on the industry.

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