Kristian Hernández, Associate Editor

Kristian Hernández, Associate Editor

Kristian Hernández 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. In addition, he is the program director for the annual SVG Venue Summit and the first-ever Teams Summit. Before joining SVG, Hernández served as co-founder of CHC-TV, the first student-run television studio at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, PA. While at CHC, Hernández produced a daily sports show named “On the Hill with Hernández” — covering all men’s and women’s athletics for the college. Also, Hernández spearheaded the college's newspaper, "The Griffin", as its Sports Editor. Hernández graduated with a BA in Communications. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he currently lives in Queens, NY.

Recent Posts by Kristian Hernández, Associate Editor

2021 World Series: Fox Sports Looks Forward to First Fall Classic With Full-Capacity Crowds in Two Years

The 2021 MLB World Series will be a tale of two teams: representing the American League, the Houston Astros will be making their third appearance in five years; the National League’s Atlanta Braves, their first in 22 years. At the center of this highly contested series will be Fox Sports, which will complete its all-4K […]  More

Las Vegas Raiders’ Justin Casserly, Allegiant Stadium’s Justin Lange on Venue’s First Year and Future Impact

Fans are finally experiencing live sporting events at Allegiant Stadium, but the hard work that was necessary to get things up in running began over a year ago. Director of Game and Event Presentation Justin Casserly and Manager of Audio, Video, Broadcast & Cisco Vision Operations Justin Lange discuss the improvements and changes since opening in […]  More

Allegiant Stadium, One Year Later: Las Vegas Raiders Find Comfort Zone in First Games With Fans

On Sept. 21, the Las Vegas Raiders celebrated the one-year anniversary of the opening of Allegiant Stadium. Since that 34-24 win over the New Orleans Saints in front of empty seats, one of the National Football League’s two newest venues has roared to life with the return of fans and is beginning to create its […]  More

WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert on the League’s Impact Over 25 Years, Its Continued Growth

When Candace Parker and the Chicago Sky raised the WNBA Championship trophy last weekend, they capped off the league’s 25th season. The league has made some pretty significant strides in those 25 years, and a growing fanbase has pushed its broadcasts to better ratings, greater traction on social media, and more popularity than ever in […]  More

NBA Tipoff 2021: ESPN To Deploy Onsite Talent, REMI Integration for Coverage of League’s 75th Season

After the NBA season’s official start tonight on TNT, ESPN begins its coverage tomorrow with a double dip featuring the Boston Celtics vs. New York Knicks in the Big Apple at 7:30 p.m. ET and the Denver Nuggets vs. Phoenix Suns in Arizona at 10 p.m. For the league’s 75th year, the broadcaster is mixing […]  More

NFL’s Renie Anderson, Brian Rolapp Ponder the League’s Business Future

Even after 100 years, the National Football League continues to grow exponentially. Despite the COVID-19–ravaged season in 2020, viewers are increasingly flocking to television sets to watch professional football on Thursday, Sunday, and Monday every week. At SportsBusiness Journal’s World Congress of Sports, NFL Chief Media and Business Officer Brian Rolapp and Chief Revenue Officer/EVP, […]  More

NHL Puck Drop 2021: NHL Network Expands Showcase Schedule, Boosts Onsite Presence at Marquee Events

Over the past two nights, the National Hockey League returned to ESPN after 17 years and debuted on TNT. Another broadcast partner, NHL Network, is also entering the 2021-22 season, with wind in its production sails in the form of an increased slate of NHL Showcase games, additional coverage for international fans, and a return […]  More

Live From Fury-Wilder III: Fox Sports Works With ESPN to Chronicle Last Installment of Heated Heavyweight Rivalry

The greatest rivalries in boxing only need a pair of names to tell the story: Ali-Frazier, Tyson-Holyfield, Pacquiao-Mayweather. Nowadays, it’s Fury-Wilder that has taken the sport by storm. For the third chapter of this tale at Las Vegas’ T-Mobile Arena, Fox Sports is taking fans above, within and around the squared circle with a bevy […]  More

MLB Postseason 2021: Fox Sports To Televise All Playoff Games in 4K HDR; Megalodon To Make Playoff Debut

Since 2000, every MLB champion has been crowned on Fox’s airwaves, and this year will be no different. Full crowds are back in the stands, fanbases of eight teams are eyeing a trophy, and the broadcaster is delivering productions of the American League Division Series, American League Championship Series, and World Series with high-profile technology, […]  More

MLB Postseason 2021: Fox’s New Graphics Package Showcases Gamification, Natural Elements of Baseball

At tonight’s ALDS doubleheader (Chicago White Sox vs. Houston Astros at 4:07 p.m. ET, Boston Red Sox vs. Tampa Bay Rays at 8:07 p.m.), Fox Sports will roll out a brand-new graphics package in the studio show and on the broadcast. After multiple years of a two-dimensional template, the artwork features a three-dimensional look incorporating […]  More

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