Ken Kerschbaumer, Editorial Director

Ken Kerschbaumer, Editorial Director

Ken Kerschbaumer has been editorial director of the Sports Video Group since 2005 and has been writing about how sports networks and leagues use video and audio technology to deliver a quality TV experience since 1991. He began his career in 1991 at Television Broadcast magazine before joining Cahners where he was editor of Digital Broadcasting magazine. In 2000 he joined Broadcasting & Cable magazine as Senior Editor of Technology. Seven years later he helped co-found the Sports Video Group with Paul Gallo and Marty Porter.

Recent Posts by Ken Kerschbaumer, Editorial Director

Twitter, New Partners, Kick Off SVG Singapore OTT Summit with Social Monetization Overview

Twitter has inked nine new deals with Asia-based entities for premium video sports content that will make use of Twitter’s In-stream Sponsorships feature to monetize highlights and other content for Fox Sports Asia, Eleven Sports, BallBall, and more. Aneesh Madani, Head of Sport Partnerships, Asia Pacific, Twitter, says the key is to enable brands to […]  More

NEP Australia’s Andrews Production Hub Up and Running as Match in Perth Was Produced from Sydney

NEP Australia made history this weekend when the Andrews Production Hub in Sydney produced its first live broadcast for Fox Sports Australia: a Football Federation Australia A-League match in Perth between Perth Glory and the Central Coast Mariners. “Perth and Sydney are 4,000 kilometers away so it’s a pretty significant milestone, especially as we are […]  More

SVG Europe Launches Sports Broadcasting Fund Europe

SVG Europe is proud to announce the launch of the Sports Broadcasting Fund Europe, a new charity that was created to help sports production freelancers and other professionals who find themselves in dire financial need due to illness, injury, or catastrophic life events to get through difficult times. The goal is to quickly offer financial assistance […]  More

NASCAR Takes to Skies with PSSI for At-Home Production of Races in Charlotte

The 2018 NASCAR season is underway and with it comes a new remote production workflow for NASCAR whereby cameras and audio signals are being sent from race tracks to NASCAR’s production center in Charlotte, NC. The efforts began with the Rolex 24 at Daytona race and will continue with the WeatherTech SportsCar Championship racing series […]  More