Karen Hogan Ketchum, Senior Editor

Karen Hogan Ketchum, Senior Editor

Joining the SVG team in 2011, Karen Hogan Ketchum manages SVG’s print publications, including the semiannual SportsTech Journal, the annual Mobile Sports Production Yearbook, and all event print programs. She drives the company’s Venue Initiative, writing about the sports venue production industry and coordinating the agenda for the annual Sports Venue Production Summit and Venue Production Seminars. In addition, Hogan Ketchum is the director of SVG's Women’s Sports Media Initiative. Hogan Ketchum began her career in sports at Fordham University with WFUV Sports, serving as Supervising Producer of “One on One,” WFUV Sports’ weekly call-in show. After graduating in 2009, she spent the 2009-10 season in the public relations department of the Trenton Devils (ECHL) before taking on a freelance copy editor assignment with Professional Sports Publications. A New Jersey native, Hogan Ketchum currently resides in Brooklyn, NY.

Recent Posts by Karen Hogan Ketchum, Senior Editor

Notre Dame, New York Giants Case Studies Highlight Venue Production Workshop at SVG Summit

This year’s Venue Production Workshop on Monday Dec. 11 will feature in-depth case studies from the University of Notre Dame and the New York Giants. First on the docket, Notre Dame: From IP Vision to Reality will dive deep into the university’s new IP-centric production facility from the point of view of the university, the […]  More

Dome Productions Supports Invictus Games With Production-Truck Fleet, IBC in Toronto

After successful stops in London and Orlando, FL, the Invictus Games continued its travels in 2017, calling Toronto home for the third iteration of the Games. The Games, created by the UK’s Prince Harry in 2014, bring together wounded, injured, or ill active-duty or veteran service members to compete in a variety of adaptive-style sports. […]  More

NHL Season Preview: NHL Network Integrates Live, Interactive ‘Penalty Box’ Into Studio Coverage

A year after expanding its programming slate with NHL Now and introducing fans to “The Rink,” NHL Network drops the puck on the 2017-18 regular season tonight and promises plenty of daily studio coverage — including the debut of ‘Penalty Box’ — and live broadcasts of more than 75 regular-season games, beginning with the Vegas Golden […]  More

High Rock Mobile Televisions’ High Rock 1 Hits the Road for Carr-Hughes Productions and More

As a long-time packager and producer of the world’s biggest sports events, Carr-Hughes Productions was no stranger to working with mobile-production vendors. A few years ago, Carr-Hughes made the decision to become a mobile-production vendor itself, and High Rock Mobile Television was born. Its first production truck, High Rock 1, hit the road for the […]  More

SVG Sit-Down: Telescope CEO Jason George on the Future of Live Social Video

Since debuting a little over a year ago, Facebook Live has captured the imagination of sports fans and content creators alike, becoming an integral and essential part of the sports ecosystem. Telescope’s award-winning Live Studio platform provides an interactive experience for Facebook Live, enabling content creators to build and customize their live video, engage with […]  More

Baltimore Ravens Become First NFL Team To Install SkyCam

The Baltimore Ravens gave fans plenty to be pumped about heading into the 2017 NFL season. Over the summer, the team embarked on the first phase of a three-phase stadium-revitalization project at M&T Bank Stadium, installing two 4K UHD video displays and a wealth of 4K-capable gear to capture, produce, and distribute high-resolution content. But […]  More