Tokyo Olympics

Live From Tokyo Olympics: Darryl Jefferson and Jim Miles on NBC Olympics’ File-Based Workflows, Storytelling

Every NBC Olympic effort sees massive changes and advances with respect to file-based workflows, editing, and more. Toss in UHD, HDR, and immersive audio, and those advances are even more challenging and, ultimately, impressive. Darryl Jefferson, NBC Olympics, VP, broadcast operations and technology, and Jim Miles, NBC Olympics, director, digital workflow systems, discussed the multiple-continent, -time zone, […]  More

Live From Tokyo Olympics: Shooting at Asaka Shooting Range Photo Gallery

In shooting, there are three disciplines; rifle and pistol where athletes shoot at stationary targets in a range and shotgun which involves hitting moving targets. With the exceptions of the St Louis 1904 and Amsterdam 1928 Games, shooting has featured on every Olympic program since the first modern Games in 1896. Women’s events were added […]  More

Catch Up on All 10 Episodes of the Mental Health Minute With Hazelden Betty Ford’s Dr. Leslie Adair and Jerry Moe

Welcome to the Mental Health Minute, a 10-part series created by SVG and Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Created to support those who are working hard on the Tokyo Olympics, each episode zeros in on a specific issue facing those who are away from home and are interested in learning how to maintain emotional well being, […]  More

Live From Tokyo Olympics: BMX Free at Ariake Urban Sports Park Gallery

BMX has its roots in the racing culture that existed in California in the mid-1970s and the sport has been transformed from grassroots and a “misfit” culture to a mainstream sport thanks to extensive television coverage. At the Tokyo 2020 Games, competitors will compete in the park discipline which sees riders execute tricks on obstacles […]  More

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