Kristian Hernandez, Assistant Editor

Kristian Hernandez, Assistant Editor

Kristian Hernandez handles day-to-day construction of the SVG Insider newsletter, oversees all social media content distribution, and covers various sports technology topics for Sports Video Group. Before joining SVG, Hernandez served as co-founder of CHC-TV, the first student-run television studio at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, PA. While at CHC, Hernandez produced a daily sports show named “On the Hill with Hernandez” — covering all men’s and women’s athletics for the college. Also, Hernandez spearheaded the college's newspaper, "The Griffin", as its Sports Editor. Hernandez graduated with a BA in Communications. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he currently lives in Hazlet, NJ.

Recent Posts by Kristian Hernandez, Assistant Editor

Sports Graphics Forum: Successful On-Air Packages Call for Open Communication Between Creator and Client

When fans get comfortable on their couches on a Friday night to watch their favorite team, the graphics flying across the screen are a major aspect of the production value. Although the networks deploy the packages that educate and entertain viewers, the process truly starts with the vendors. At the recent SVG Sports Graphics Forum, […]  More

SVG On Demand: Harvard’s Imry Halevi on The Ivy League’s Graphics Transition to ESPN+

Back at the end of last summer, The Ivy League officially transitioned its live sports-video content from its own native digital network onto the subscription-based streaming service ESPN+. The move meant an entirely new graphical look for the conference’s live production that synchronized with the ESPN brand. Imry Halevi, assistant director of athletics, multimedia and […]  More

Behind the Mic: Turner, CBS Sports Deploy Teams for NCAA March Madness’ First Four; Robin Roberts To Lead ABC’s First-Ever NFL Draft Coverage

Behind the Mic provides a roundup of recent news regarding on-air talent, including new deals, departures, and assignments compiled from press releases and reports around the industry. In this week’s edition, Turner Sports and CBS Sports deploy their NCAA Men’s College Basketball tournament broadcast teams for the first night of the First Four doubleheader, a […]  More

Sports Graphics Forum: High-Profile Broadcasts Get Videogame Flare With 3D Character-Animation

The new and emerging esports sector is placing videogames at the center of the action. From mind-blowing, augmented-reality openings at the 2018 League of Legends (LoL) World Championship Final to Blizzard Entertainment’s adding a new transmission system, graphics surrounding the competition have taken on a life of their own. For traditional stick-and-ball sports, networks have […]  More

Sports Graphics Forum: CBS Sports Refreshes Super Bowl LIII Look With AR, Sleek Design

In another busy year full of sports events across the nation, CBS Sports jumpstarted its 2019 with Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta’s Mercedes-Benz Stadium last month. A lackluster game might have soured viewers, but, throughout the broadcast, the network kept fans informed, engaged, and astounded with a newly created assortment of graphics. At the 2019 […]  More

Ratings Roundup: NHL Stadium Series Becomes Most-Watched Regular Season Game in Five Years; DeRozan’s Return Sparks TSN Success

Ratings roundup is a rundown of rating news from the past week and is derived from press releases and reports around the industry. In this week’s edition, the 2019 NHL Stadium Series finished as the most-watch regular season game on NBC Sports since 2014, a former Raptor’s return to Toronto catapulted the broadcast vs. San […]  More