Jason Dachman, Chief Editor

Jason Dachman, Chief Editor

As Chief Editor, Dachman oversees all aspects of SVG's North American editorial operations, including all news on Sportsvideo.org, the daily SVG Insider newsletter, and SVG’s annual print publications. A member of the SVG team since 2009, Dachman also serves as Program Director for SVG's Sports Content Management & Storage (SCMS) Forum, RSN Summit, Sports Graphics Forum, and TranSPORT event. Prior to joining SVG, he covered local sports for The Patriot Ledger in Quincy, MA, and served on the production staff of SiriusXM Satellite Radio's The Ron & Fez Show. Dachman began his career in the Sports Information department at Northeastern University in Boston, where he earned a BA in Media Communications and Cinema Studies. A native of Denver, CO, Jason currently resides in Queens, NY.

Recent Posts by Jason Dachman, Chief Editor

JVC to Showcase ProHD Products in Park City

JVC Professional Products, a division of JVC U.S.A., will showcase select models from its ProHD line of camcorders, as well as its new 3D LCD display from Jan. 22 through Jan. 27 at the New York Lounge in Park City, UT. A co-sponsor of the New York Lounge, JVC will demonstrate a GY-HM700 camcorder outfitted […]  More

CBS Radio to Launch FM Sports Station in Pittsburgh

CBS Radio is adding yet another station to its growing sports radio lineup, announcing the upcoming launch of the first FM sports station in Pittsburgh.  According to MediaWeek, Sportsradio 93.7 The Fan will hit the air on Feb. 15 with KDKA-FM as its new call letters. The move is the latest in a string of […]  More

CONCACAF to Stream Women’s U-20 World Cup Qualifying

CONCACAF will begin streaming live coverage of the regional U-20 qualifying tournament for the 2010 FIFA Under-20 Women’s World Cup this summer in Germany. According to The New York Times, the free streaming video will feature every tournament game at Concacaf.com, beginging with Canada-Costa Rice today at 3 p.m. and followed by Guatemala-Cuba at 5:30 […]  More

Supovitz: NFL Full Contact to Point Cameras Off the Field

TruTV will air the premiere of NFL Full Contact the day after the Super Bowl.  The six-part series from NFL Films will serve as a behind-the-scenes reality series that chronicles the coverage of the NFL’s biggest events, including the NFL Draft, the season opener, the Dallas Cowboys stadium opening, the NFL International Series game in […]  More

Vancouver 2010: NBC Lacked Foresight in Olympics Bid

The news that NBC will lose about $200 million on the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver has resonated throughout the struggling network. It all goes back to 2003, when NBC paid $820 million for the 2010 Games and $1.18 billion for the 2012 Games in London, greatly outbidding both Fox and ESPN for the rights. According […]  More

Five Games Added to Big South Women’s Basketball TV Schedule

Five additional Big South Conference women’s basketball regular-season games will be televised this season as part of Conference’s TV package, with SportSouth airing three games. In addition, regional television partner Mid-Atlantic Sports Network (MASN) will tape delay SportSouth’s three broadcasts as well. SportSouth will air three Monday night games with 7 p.m. start times – […]  More

Vancouver 2010: Canadian Broadcasters Gear Up for Ambitious Coverage

In what promises to be one of the most extensive media coverage plans in recent sports memory, Canada’s Olympic Broadcast Media Consortium has laid out a broad strategy that will allow Canadians to thoroughly inundate themselves with the 2010 Vancouver Games. The coverage includes a total of 4,800 hours of total programming across nearly every […]  More

YES Productions Goes All-Calrec

YES Productions and its parent broadcaster, WYES, recently purchased their second and third Calrec Audio consoles to make the network an all-Calrec operation. The PBS Station and its mobile affiliate acquired a Simga for an HD truck and a Zeta for their New Orleans studio. “When I have a console bouncing down the highway in […]  More

Buffalo Bills Rely on Ross XPression

The Buffalo Bills relied on Ross XPression, a real-time 2D/3D character generator, throughout the entire 2009 season at Ralph Willson Stadium. The team purchased XPression in July of 2009 after seeing it in action at the NAB Show in Las Vegas.  As a full 3D animation/tilting system, the Xpression helped to save the Bills’ video […]  More