SVG Content Security Work Group Issues First Two Recommended Best Practices

The SVG Content Security Work Group (CSWG) has released the first two recommended Best Practices for security in live broadcast production. The CSWG was founded to strengthen the processes by which sports and live entertainment content is protected throughout the life-cycle of production, distribution, and archiving.  More

Download Today! 2019 SVG Mobile Sports Production Yearbook Now Available

The 2019 Mobile Sports Production Yearbook, SVG’s annual overview of the mobile-production industry, is now available as a digital download. This year’s edition features profiles of the new trucks that hit the road in 2018, a roundup of the mobile-services providers serving the sports-broadcasting community, and a look back at the biggest sports productions of […]  More

TNDV’s Destination Is Mainly for Music but Has Sports in Mind

TNDV’s relaunched Destination mobile unit has a lengthy history. The Tennessee-based mobile-production-services provider is actually the third owner of the truck, which was known as Blackjack when TNDV took ownership and was often used for sports production by its previous owner, Greystone Media. For the past four years, the truck has supported all in-house A/V […]  More

Register Now: Join SVG at Sneaky Big Studios on Jan. 24 for a Look at Launch of AAF, At-Home-Production

SVG’s Platinum Regional Series of events heads to Scottsdale, AZ on the afternoon of Thursday, Jan. 24 at Sneaky Big Studios in Scottsdale. Join SVG for a full tour of the state-of-the-art Sneaky Big Studios production facility, as well as a Q&A with Alliance of American Football Co-Head of Production Mark Teitelman, a panel focused on at-home production featuring execs from […]  More

SVG On Demand: How the USTA Virtualized Resources at the US Open

The virtualization of broadcast production and operations workflows has become a growing trend across the sports media business. At the 2018 SVG Summit, James Stellpflug, VP Product Marketing at EVS and Brian Carr, owner and creative director of the Los Angeles-based creative & technical consulting agency THUMBWAR presented a case study on how broadcast partners […]  More

Can Alibaba and Intel Take Olympic Analysis to New Heights?

Can Alibaba and Intel take their respective technologies, bring them together, and offer a whole new level of statistical analysis and understanding to sports fans and athletes? That’s the hope of the two companies, which has announced a new initiative that provides a key pillar to Alibaba’s Sports Brain project for the Olympics and could […]  More