Karen Hogan Ketchum, Senior Editor

Karen Hogan Ketchum, Senior Editor

Joining the SVG team in 2011, Karen Hogan Ketchum focuses on the venue industry while also reporting on a variety of sports-production and -technology topics as senior editor. She oversees SVG’s print publications and drives the company’s Venue Initiative, coordinating the program for the Sports Venue Production Summit and Venue Production Seminars and serving as editor for SVG’s annual Venue Production Journal. In addition, Hogan Ketchum is the director of the 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

Atlanta Falcons’ Mercedes-Benz Stadium Nears Opening With Halo Display, Video Workflow Ready To Go

There are videoboards, and then there’s the 360-degree halo that surrounds Mercedes-Benz Stadium, the soon-to-be home of the Atlanta Falcons and Atlanta United FC. As the stadium takes shape around the one-of-a-kind video display, one thing is certain: the phrase “one of a kind” doesn’t even begin to describe what’s currently happening in Georgia’s capital.  More

LiveTV:LA: David Hill Keynote Draws Standing-Room-Only Crowd

On Wednesday, SVG hosted nearly 300 people from across the Los Angeles production community for three concurrent events: LiveTV:LA, Sports Imaging Forum, and Facebook Video Boot Camp. The highlight of the day, undoubtedly, was a highly entertaining keynote conversation with legendary producer David Hill, who expounded on everything from millennial viewers to the inspiration he […]  More

RSN Summit: Rise of Live Streaming, OTT on Regional Level Reflects Changing Viewership

The digital landscape of the RSN market is evolving rapidly, adapting to shifting viewing habits. In particular, the rise of in-market streaming indicates networks’ intention to reach sports fans wherever they are and on whatever device they prefer, rather than encourage all viewers to watch the linear telecast on their living-room screens. At SVG’s RSN […]  More

RSN Summit: When RSNs Engage With Fans — Wherever They Are — the Business Stays Strong

At last week’s 2017 RSN Summit in Chicago, the executive producers and general managers from MSG Networks, CSN New England, Fox Sports Detroit, and Altitude Sports and Entertainment took the stage to weigh in on the state of the business. And, while they wholeheartedly agreed that the business is healthy, they continually stressed the need […]  More

Woodbine Entertainment, Dome Productions Join Forces on First-Ever 4K Horse Racing Broadcast in North America

The Queen’s Plate, the first jewel in Canada’s thoroughbred racing Triple Crown, is steeped in history. As the oldest continuously run stakes race in North America, the Queen’s Plate dates back to 1860 – 15 years before the first running of the Kentucky Derby and seven years before the Confederation of Canada. However, the Queen’s […]  More