SVG PLAY: SVG College Summit Panel Asks What NIL Means For Athletic Department Video Professionals

Leaders from Meta, INFLCR, University of Michigan, and Penn State University tackle the industry-reshaping topic

The SVG College Summit returned to Atlanta for the first time since 2019 for two days of panels, case studies, workshops, and networking. The collegiate sports-video–production business has been completely reshaped by the stresses of the past two years. This year’s event agenda addressed critical topics facing the business ranging from live-broadcast/streaming strategies; to live-production tools and solutions; cloud-based, REMI, and IP production models; content-distribution strategies; what Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) means for you; staffing/training your production teams; and so much more.

Name, Image, and Likeness is changing the landscape of collegiate athletics. It is also offering collegiate athletic departments a new and lucrative avenue for both recruiting and serving student athletes. What does this mean for athletic department video and broadcast teams? A panel of experts help weigh how to prepare for this new world of content. How can your already busy production teams bring unprecedented value to your student athletes?

Panelists:
Nick Marquez, Meta, Sports Creator & Emerging Athlete Strategic Partner Manager
Jim Nachtman, Penn State University, Assistant AD, Media and Video Production
Danielle Tate, INFLCR, Senior Partnerships Manager
Kurt Svoboda, University of Michigan, Associate Athletic Director for External Communications& Public Relations
Moderator:
Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial Services

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