Ken Kerschbaumer

Ken Kerschbaumer

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

HBS Broadcast Academy Directing Course To Be Held in NJ Oct. 3-6

The HBS Broadcast Academy is holding an in-person sports- directing course Oct. 3-6. The course will be led by sports director Sebastian von Freyberg and is designed to help professionals interested in honing their live sports-directing skills and in mastering the art of storytelling.  More

LAFC Delivers McEnroe/Ferrell Live Match Commentary to Fans via Mixhalo

In recent years the conversations about the competition between the at-home viewing experience and the in-venue fan experience has focused on the video side: fans need more replays, more cameras, more angles in order to get them off the couch and into the stadium or arena. But what about the audio side and delivering play-by-play […]  More

Tennis Channel Adds Pickleball to Its Roster of Racquet-and-Ball Productions

The Riviera Country Club in Los Angeles is no stranger to big events, hosting three U.S. Open golf championships in the past and, scheduled for 2026, the Women’s U.S. Open. This weekend, its grounds will add another championship: the Pro Pickleball Association (PPA) Tour Skechers Invitational Summer Championship, to be produced by Tennis Channel and […]  More

Barry Johnstone Memorial Service Available On Demand

The memorial service for Barry Johnstone, chairman of EMG’s UK companies and a member of the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame, is now available for viewing on demand. Johnstone died of a heart attack on June 23 and is survived by his sons Adam and Ben and wife Lucy.  More

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