Resiliency on Campus: A Look Back at the Highlights of a Year in College Sports Video Production

from new videoboard and control room builds to award-winning content, here's some of our top performing college content from 2021

In some ways, 2021 was even more challenging for live sports productions professionals than 2020. The same can certainly be said for the thousands of individuals across the country – from full-timers to students – that produce live content for tens of thousands of live collegiate sporting events. The resiliency, hard work, and commitment of athletic departments and conference offices of all shapes and sizes was incredible considering the challenging circumstances.

There are countless highlights from the calendar year that was in collegiate athletics video production. Here’s just a few of the profiles, video interviews, and peeks behind the scenes that garnered the most interest and engagement from our members over the past year:

Videoboards and Control Room Buildouts

University of Maryland Debuts Giant Football Videoboard, Christens Three Control Rooms in Program-Wide Video Upgrade

University of Texas Completes South-End-Zone Expansion in Darrell K Royal–Texas Memorial Stadium

SVG On Demand: Take a Virtual Tour of Temple University’s New Control Room in Philadelphia’s Liacouras Center

SVG On Demand: University of Wyoming Continues Significant Progress on New On-Campus Control Room

SVG On Demand: UC San Diego Finds Improved Production Home Within New Control Room

SVG College Award Winners

Harvard University’s Imry Halevi Receives 2021 SVG College Pioneer Award

2021 SVG College Sports Media Awards Crown Best in College Sports Video Production

Best of the Rest of 2021

BaylorVision Deploys Its Own Version of ‘Megalodon’ on Live Broadcast of NCATA National Championship

Return of the Ivy League: After 18-Month Layoff, Live Game Production Is Back on Campus

Any Hands on Deck: How UCLA’s Video Team Created Content From Outside the March Madness Bubble

NCAA Men’s Final Four: University of Houston’s Robert Sandoval Chronicles Team’s Run in the Bubble

NCAA Men’s Final Four: Baylor Bears Pave Own Digital Path in Program’s First Semifinal in 71 Years


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