Women’s College World Series: ESPN’s Meg Aronowitz on Documenting Student Athletes’ Dreams

ESPN's VP, Production stops by to discuss this year's production in Oklahoma City

The Finals of the 2023 NCAA Women’s College World Series begin on Wednesday night (Game 1, 8 p.m. ET, ESPN) as Florida State looks to derail Oklahoma’s bid to three-peat.

ESPN is on-site in Oklahoma City with a big production plan to chronicle it all. A live drone, a two-point cabled aerial camera system, a Technocrane, and multiple super slow mos are just a few of the toys pulling in the eye-popping imagery of the action on the field.

On the day before the start of the Finals, ESPN’s VP, Production Meg Aronowitz joined SVG to discuss the unique cameras that have been deployed at the venue, how to keep the storylines fresh during a dynastic run on the diamond, and what makes working this event a uniquely special experience.

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