SVG College Summit 2021: Day 2 Shines Spotlight on In-Venue Videoboard Production

What's the present and future of videoboard shows as we welcome fans back home?

The 13th-annual SVG College Summit continues today with a focus on in-venue videoboard production.

Visit to sign up and to access today’s live program which includes a panel on the present and future of in-venue video, a tour of University of Wyoming‘s new centralized control room, and hyper-focused workshop tracks for schools and departments and all sizes.

Here’s some of the highlights to come today in Day 2!

1:05 p.m. ET
The Big Show on the Big Board: The Future of In-Venue Production
With more high-end videoboards at more athletics facilities on campus, the art of the in-venue show is growing and changing shape. What’s the latest in content strategy and technology solutions to serve fans in your facility, and how has the experience of having limited to no fans in your buildings affected those philosophies?
Robert Erickson
, Grass Valley, Strategic Account Manager, Sports and Venues
Tyler Folks
, University of South Alabama, Manager of Athletic Video Productions
Buddy Kimberlin
, Texas A&M University, Assistant Athletics Director, 12th Man Productions
Scott LaBounty
, University of Oregon, Assistant Athletic Director, Video Services
Andrew Lahey
, Ross Video, Manager, Solution Specialists – Global
Katie Windham
, James Madison University, Daktronics Event Producer, On-Site

2:25 p.m. ET
Campus Connection: Virtual Facility Tour – University of Wyoming
Miss visiting your colleagues’ facilities and getting inspired to bring some new ideas back to your campus? Take a focus tour of a new control room or live-production facility and get the chance to ask questions of those who built it.
Tyler Haak, University of Wyoming, Producer, Live Events
Austin Scott, University of Wyoming, Assistant Athletics Director, Technology and Project Coordination
Dennis Trapani, University of Wyoming, Assistant Athletics Director, Creative Services

In-depth Workshops on Videoboard Production


3:15 p.m. ET
In-Venue Videoboard Production: HDR, IPTV, and the Future of Game-Day Fan Entertainment
The videoboard arms race rages on in collegiate athletics. Whether it’s massive sizes, unique shapes, or eye-popping image quality, today’s videoboards deliver content and engagement at an incredible level. What’s the future of the videoboard show? Learn from some of those whose facilities have made significant renovations and/or new installs over the past year.
Mike Bilbow, University of Georgia, Assistant AD, Digital Production
Scott LaBounty, University of Oregon, Assistant Athletic Director, Video Services
Mike Lickert, University of Kansas, Assistant Athletics Director – Broadcast Services
Trisha Stortz, University of Iowa, Associate Director of Motion Design & Video Board Operations
Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial


3:15 p.m. ET
In-Venue Videoboard Production: Lighting Up Facilities of Any Size
Big, beautiful boards aren’t just for the big boys anymore. High-end videoboard shows have become expected at almost any academic institution. But, when a big-screen investment is made, how do you line up the tech and the team necessary to make it sing? Break down the present and future of in-game presentation with fellow departments of similar size and scope.
Jason Barfield, Sam Houston State University, Associate Athletic Director, Media Relations
Evan Ellis, Yale University, Athletics Video Producer
David Saphirstein, Venue Edge, Founder
Jason Dachman, SVG, Chief Editor

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