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

Live From CFP National Championship Game: ESPN Production Raises the Bar

Tonight’s CFP National Championship Game on ESPN will feature the biggest production ever for a bowl game, thanks to the use of 125 cameras (between game, studio, and MegaCast coverage) and a game production coming out of nine Game Creek Video remote-production units. And viewers should expect some improvements in coverage, thanks to camera and […]  More

Take Part in Masters Study on Causation of Whip Pans, Snap Zooms

Ben Lynn, a graduate student at the Illinois State University, School of Communication, and a sports camera operator who has worked in the business for 17 years, is writing a master’s thesis on broadcast sports professionals’ perceptions of whip pans and snap zooms. Lynn is looking for industry professionals to take a 15 minute internet […]  More

Neulion, Univision Digital Teams Deliver Soccer Content

It’s no surprise that Univision Deportes manages to capitalize on its viewers’ love for soccer. But what is surprising is that it will finish 2017 as the top network among all 29 U.S. networks that broadcast live soccer, including 19 of the 20 top-rated club matches broadcast in the U.S., regardless of language. And now […]  More

Disney To Acquire Fox Regional Sports Networks, Sky as Part of $52.4 Billion Deal

Disney has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire a majority of 21st Century Fox assets in a move that will reshape the sports-TV landscape around the globe. Covered in the deal are Fox Sports Regional Networks, Sky’s pan-European operations (prior to the deal, 21st Century Fox is expected to seek to complete its planned […]  More