Kristian Hernandez, Associate Editor

Kristian Hernandez, Associate 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, Associate Editor

Ratings Roundup: Super Bowl LII Rematch Notches Best Game of NFL Season; NASCAR Ends on Low Note at Homestead

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 Patriots-Eagles matchup in Week 11 snatches best so far in 2019, the NASCAR Cup Series season concludes with a new low at Homestead-Miami, CFL West Finals hit […]  More

Fuse Technical Group Takes the Biggest Sports Events to Next Level With Screen, LED Support

The Sports Video Group is very excited to welcome Fuse Technical Group as the newest corporate sponsor. The company is a leading provider of equipment and production services across corporate, entertainment, and live-event markets. It strives to offer not only the best solutions for its customers but also scalability that meets both the creative and […]  More

Red Bee Media Covers Content-Delivery Gamut With IP, Cloud, OTT Solutions

The Sports Video Group is delighted to welcome Red Bee Media as a new corporate sponsor. The company operates as a leading global media-services company headquartered in London, with 2500 media experts spread across 11 countries. Every day, millions of people across the globe discover, enjoy, and engage with content prepared, managed, broadcast, and streamed […]  More

Behind the Mic: Sportsnet Ousts Don Cherry; ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith Cashes in on Massive Contract

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, a long-time NHL broadcaster is fired, a famous name at ESPN grabs a new mega-deal, a couple of ESPN personalities are extended, and an […]  More

University of Pittsburgh Decks Out Petersen Events Center With New Centerhung Ahead of Busy Fall Sports Schedule

In the city of Pittsburgh, the fall and winter months bring temperatures below the freezing point and a sun that sets earlier every day. With local professional networks enhancing their facilities, programs at the collegiate rank have made some major upgrades to bring some additional (albeit artificial) light into the lives of college basketball fans. […]  More

2019 TranSPORT: Vendors Serve Up Their Take on the Current State of the Industry

Over the past year, sports-video production has yet again experienced shifts in file transfer, content sharing, and other instances of transmission. Although leveraging in an at-home production model becomes a go-to option to save cash, more-complex broadcasts still rely on traditional methods for quality assurance. At the SVG TranSPORT conference, executives representing multiple forms of […]  More

Ratings Roundup: LoL World Championship Draws Big Viewership, Kawhi’s Absence Leads NBA Numbers

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 League of Legends World Championship draws big viewership, Kawhi’s absence isn’t an issue for ESPN in the NBA numbers game, ABC delivers the best MLS Cup audience […]  More

Live Since ’69: MSG Networks Reflects on 50 Years of RSN Success

1969 was chock-full of impactful events in American history, including, most notably, Apollo 11’s mission to the moon and the four-day-long Woodstock music festival. On Oct. 15 of that year, Manhattan Cable Television ushered in the first-ever regional sports network, covering a nighttime matchup between the New York Rangers and Minnesota North Stars. Fifty years […]  More