SVG PLAY: New York City-Area Game Presentation Leaders Discuss Videoboard Shows in the Big Apple
It’s been a big sports year in the Big Apple with every professional team in the New York City/Tri-State Area making the playoffs except one (sorry Jets fans). This weekend, Madison Square Garden was buzzing nightly with New York Knicks and New York Rangers postseason contests, with the Rangers playing the New Jersey Devils in a First Round Stanley Cup Playoff series that also has the Prudential Center – just across the river in Newark – lit up, as well.
Even with successful teams, though, its a challenging task to compete in the media epicenter that is New York City. How do professional sports teams there put on shows that entertain the masses?
At the 2023 SVG Venue Summit, game presentation leaders from Madison Square Garden, Red Bull Arena, Prudential Center, Citi Field, and MetLife Stadium gave a peek behind the control room door to explain their production philosophies and much more.
Watch now on SVG PLAY:
Matt Coy, Madison Square Garden, VP of Event Presentation
Brooke Eveler, New York Red Bulls, Director of Event Production\
Joe Kuchie, New Jersey Devils, Senior Director of Live Experience and Production
Brendan McKeon, New York Mets, Executive Director of In-Game Operations
Don Sperling, New York Giants, VP and Executive Producer
Kristian Hernández, SVG, Senior Editor; SVG Venue Summit Program Director