Registration Now Open for 2021 SVG College Summit (June 22-24, Virtual)

Collegiate athletic department, conference office personnel, and students all welcome to apply for free registration

The Sports Video Group is pleased to share that free online registration for the 2021 SVG College Summit (June 22-24, Virtual) is now open!

REGISTER: SVG College Summit 2021 (June 22-24)

The SVG College Summit brings together the sports video production community from athletic departments and conference offices across the country. This year’s program will prepare you for the exciting new year to come by addressing the hottest topics in Live Game Production, In-Venue Technology, Automation, Content Engagement, and a lot more.

Registration for all online activities is free to all qualified professionals and students. Don’t miss your opportunity to grow yourself professionally and your departments technologically with three days jammed with panels, presentations, workshops, and meetings designed to tackle the most critical topics facing college sports video production.

New in 2021: Peer-Driven Workshops

SVG is excited to include Workshop Tracks at this year’s SVG College Summit. Crafted with the unique needs of large and small/midsize schools in mind, the Workshop Tracks will enable attendees to discuss top-of-mind issues like live-game production and in-venue production with other schools of similar size and resources.

WORKSHOP TRACK 1 | LARGE SCHOOLS

  • Tuesday, June 22 – Live Game Production: Raising the Technology Bar on the Big Stage
  • Wednesday, June 23 – In-Venue Videoboard Production: HDR, IPTV, and the Future of Game-Day Fan Entertainment

WORKSHOP TRACK 2 | SMALL / MIDSIZE SCHOOLS

  • Tuesday, June 22 – Live Game Production: Robotics, POVs, Automated Production and Meeting Your Department’s Long Tail of Needs
  • Wednesday, June 23 – In-Venue Videoboard Production: Lighting Up Facilities of Any Size

New in 2021: Virtual Facility Tours

Missing the opportunity to tour other campuses and peek inside the latest live production control rooms? Each day, receive a tech-centered walk-through of a brand-new control room build and ask questions live of the SVG College member overseeing the project!

That schools tentatively scheduled to make presentations of their new control rooms include Temple University, the University of Wyoming, and the University of San Diego.

New in 2021: Mentor Circles

Want a more personal touch to your learning and networking experience at this year’s SVG College Summit? Sign up to participate in one of our “Mentor Circles.”

These meeting rooms will place you in a specially curated group of four or five individuals comprising other collegiate Athletic Department professionals and technology leaders. Each Mentor Circle will feature a diverse collection of people representing various school sizes, geographies, and more to allow professionals and students of all experience levels to share ideas, glean advice, and ask questions to solve the unique challenges they face on campus.

Mentor Circles will be themed on such concepts as control-room new builds, control-room renovations, production gear, and department management.

To inquire about participating in a Mentor Circle or to volunteer as a Mentor, contact the program director of the SVG College Summit Brandon Costa at brandon@sportsvideo.org.

New in 2021: Spotlight Postproduction Creatives

While the SVG College Summit has traditionally focused on the art of live sports production, this year’s agenda is expanding to address the workflows and the creative processes behind postproduction content creators building content for social media and other digital outlets.

Creatives from across the world of collegiate athletics will gather to share the latest gear, technology, workflows, and solutions that help make their content-creation plans possible.

Don’t miss this peer-to-peer look behind the scenes at how some of the year’s most engaging video-content creators do what they do as part of the event’s agenda on Thursday, June 24.

For a look at the full event program, including general sessions, visit the SVG College Summit website.

If you wish to volunteer yourself or someone else as a speaker, don’t hesitate to reach out directly to the program director of the SVG College Summit Brandon Costa at brandon@sportsvideo.org.

Vendors looking to tell their technology story to the college video community, contact Rob Payne (rob@sportsvideo.org) or Andrew Gabel (agabel@sportsvideo.org).

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