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

NFL Draft Reflections: Van Wagner Calls Audible to Play Big Role in Draft Production

The NFL Draft set a lot of “biggest ever” numbers, including viewership during the three-day event. And, for the technical geeks out there, it also featured the largest NDI deployment ever in North America, as Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment Productions handled all of the head coach and general manager cameras as well as pre-recorded […]  More

SVG SportsTech On Demand: Iron Mountain Entertainment Services’ Kerry Freeman Emphasizes the Critical Importance of Archival Storage

In an effort to keep the broadcast-technology community informed this spring, throughout April, SVG is hosting a series of SportsTech On Demand video interviews with executives from the industry’s top technology vendors discussing their latest product releases and company news. Our Ken Kerschbaumer sat down with Kerry Freeman, Head of Sales, UK and Ireland, Iron Mountain […]  More

SVG SportsTech On Demand: MultiDyne’s Jesse Foster on Fiber-Optic Camera Adapters Making a Difference for At-Home Content

In an effort to keep the broadcast-technology community informed this spring, throughout April, SVG is hosting a series of SportsTech On Demand video interviews with executives from the industry’s top technology vendors discussing their latest product releases and company news. Our Ken Kerschbaumer sat down with Jesse Foster, director, products, MultiDyne about the company’s efforts. […]  More

Now Hear This: Canon Experts Available for Lectures on Wide Range of Imaging Topics

The quick pace of development when it comes to imaging issues like HDR, WCG, UHD, Large-Format,  coupled with quickly evolving product features can be tough for even the industry’s best and brightest to keep up with. That is part of the reason Canon has developed a lecture series opportunity for customers and non-customers alike. The […]  More

SVG SportsTech On Demand: Lawo’s Stephan Türkay and Andreas Hilmer on Current Breakthroughs, Additions in IP Technology

In an effort to keep the broadcast-technology community informed this spring, throughout April, SVG is hosting a series of SportsTech On Demand video interviews with executives from the industry’s top technology vendors discussing their latest product releases and company news. Our Ken Kerschbaumer sat down with Lawo Senior Product Manager of Media Infrastructure Stephan Türkay and […]  More

Panasonic KAIROS Makes Use of ST 2110 to Open Up New Workflows

Panasonic’s KAIROS, a next generation live production platform, is a new IT/IP video processing platform that charts a new course for the company. It offers an open architecture system for live video switching with complete input and output flexibility, resolution and format independence, maximum CPU/GPU processor utilization and virtually unlimited ME scalability.  More

Panasonic Expands Camera Lineup with 1080p HDR Studio Camera, Upgradeable to 4K; New PTZ Camera

In an expansion to its AK series studio and field camera line-up, Panasonic has introduced the cost-effective AK-HC3900 1080p HDR studio camera system, which will be upgradable to native 4K 60p/50p. The new AK-HC3900 is ideal for broadcast, education and corporate markets. It follows in the footsteps of the company’s AK-HC3800, a model that has defined […]  More