The SVG Summit Heads Back to NYC on Dec. 12-13, Register Today!

This year's program includes deep dives with major networks, professional sports leagues

The SVG Summit is bringing the sports-video-production community back together on Dec. 12-13. Hosted at the New York Hilton Midtown, the two-day event will once again be filled with panel discussions, keynote conversations, exhibits, networking, and more.

CLICK HERE to register now and visit TheSVGSummit.com for more information on the agenda, sponsorship opportunities, hotel room reservations, and more.

This year’s program will feature a full day of workshops on Monday, Dec. 12 that examine the latest trends and topics impacting the industry. Ranging from new workflows that have become critical after the COVID-19 pandemic to highlighting the need for a diverse workplace, Day 1 of the SVG Summit is guaranteed to be informative and educational. On Tuesday, Dec. 13, the event will be followed by general sessions on the mainstage. Day 2 will be concluded by the 2022 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame ceremony at 6 p.m. ET. Here’s an overview of the 2022 SVG Summit agenda, which can be seen in full HERE:

MONDAY, DECEMBER 12

Workshop Tracks

TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13

General Sessions

  • State of the Industry
  • SVG Deep Dive: ESPN
  • SVG Deep Dive: Fox Sports
  • SVG Deep Dive: TBD
  • League Perspectives
  • SVG Deep Dive: NBC Sports
  • SVG Deep Dive: Turner Sports
  • Devoncroft Forecast
  • Closing Keynote

VISIT THE EXHIBITS! 

  • Monday: 12:00 – 6:30 p.m.
  • Opening Night Reception: 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
  • Tuesday: 8:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

CLICK HERE to register now and visit TheSVGSummit.com for more information on the event. Contact Ken Kerschbaumer (kenkersch@sportsvideo.org) for program information, contact Andrew Lippe (andrew@sportsvideo.org) for registration questions, and contact Rob Payne (rob@sportsvideo.org) and Andrew Gabel (agabel@sportsvideo.org) for sponsorship opportunities. 

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