2021 SVG Remote Production Workflows Forum


Jared Boshnack, YES Network, Senior Coordinating Producer

Jared Boshnack is the 27-time Emmy Award-winning senior coordinating producer for the YES Network. He joined YES as graphics coordinator on its March 19, 2002 launch date.

The YES Network, the most-watched regional sports network in the country 16 of the last 18 years, is the exclusive regional television home of the 27-time World Champion New York Yankees, the Brooklyn Nets, MLS’ New York City FC, and WNBA’s New York Liberty. The network has won 126 New York Emmy Awards since its 2002 launch.

Over the course of his career at YES, Boshnack has tackled all aspects of production, picking up 26 New York Emmy Awards and two Promax/BDA Awards along the way. In 2002 and again in 2005, he oversaw the creation and launch of Emmy Award-winning graphics packages for YES that helped visually define and brand the network.

Boshnack later produced YES’ innovative Yankees pre-game show, Yankees Batting Practice Today, as well as programs such as Yankees Hot Stove, This Week In Football and programming specials such as press conferences and season previews. He began producing YES’ Yankees pre-game and post-game shows in 2006.

In 2012, Boshnack was named coordinating producer, studio, overseeing all studio programming as well as graphics, research, editors, and features. Boshnack was promoted to coordinating producer in 2017 and senior coordinating producer the next year. He currently oversees all YES production efforts in tandem with John J. Filippelli, YES’ president of production & programming, and plays a lead role in programming development, as well.

Boshnack has also been the YES production department’s point person in working with the company’s digital media team, coordinating production and promotion efforts. This includes YES’ Facebook Live telecasts of its Yankees and Nets pre-game show production meetings which launched in 2016 and which Boshnack originally hosted.

In response to the pandemic shutting down live sports last year, Boshnack headed all of YES’ critically acclaimed programming, including its YES We’re Here and Yankees Summer Camp original series.

Before arriving at YES, Boshnack was production assistant, graphics coordinator, feature producer, and field producer for live events (Wide World of Sports, Indy Racing League, NFL, Figure Skating and College Football) at various times at ABC Sports, where he won one National Emmy Award. Prior to ABC Sports, Boshnack was a broadcast operations assistant at CBS Sports.

Boshnack is a 1998 graduate of Queens College.

Kevin Callahan, Fox Sports, VP, Field Operations and Engineering

Kevin Callahan is tasked with providing coverage of events large and small, both on location and from the studio. He joined Fox Sports Media Group in the summer of 2013 to oversee the technical planning and development/deployment of new technology. One of his key roles is overseeing Fox’s World Cup operations and engineering, as well as operations for Fox’s entire soccer portfolio. For the previous eight years, Callahan was the engineer in charge of Game Creek’s Fox trucks. In that time, he served as EIC for the NFL on Fox, including Fox’s coverage of Super Bowl XLII, Super Bowl XLV, and NASCAR on Fox. Callahan has worked with vendors and Fox to migrate to a tapeless workflow on site and expand a tape-based workflow from site to the studio. Prior to joining Game Creek Video, Callahan worked for NBC News Tech Ops providing live coverage of news events from around the world.

Ryan Cole, Activision Blizzard Esports, Senior Technical Manager, Global Broadcast

Ryan Cole oversees the production technology, transmission, and logistics for Activision Blizzard Esports. As senior technical manager, global broadcast at Blizzard Entertainment, Cole primarily focuses on the technological advancements of the Overwatch League, Call of Duty League, and BlizzCon. Prior to joining Blizzard, he spent most of his career with Major League Gaming (MLG) and Electronic Sports League (ESL) managing numerous large-scale esports productions worldwide. During his tenure at MLG and ESL, Cole was responsible for multiple production studio and event environments for major esports clients including Riot Games, Electronic Arts, Activision Blizzard, and Microsoft. In his current role, Cole is focused on scalable, cost-efficient cloud technology products that boost fan experience and engagement. Cole has been committed to driving esports innovation and breaking the boundaries of technology for over 15 years.

Corey Smith, Activision Blizzard Esports, Director, Live Operations, Broadcast Technology Group

Corey Smith has been transforming digital television and broadcast systems since 2011 while working at Microsoft on the Xbox Live team. Since then, he held a director position at Sinclair, broadcasting and managing the digital side of the news publishing operations across the United States. Two years ago, he left Sinclair to join and build the broadcast technology group at Blizzard Entertainment. In Smith’s current role he leads a team building the next generation of cloud encoding and distribution systems for Activision Blizzard Esports with a primary focus on the broadcasting of Overwatch and Call of Duty Leagues globally.

Mike Webb, YES Network, VP, Broadcast Operations and Engineering

Mike Webb, a 19-time Emmy Award-winner who has been with YES since before its March 2002 launch, is the vice president of broadcast operations & engineering at the YES Network. Webb oversees long-range planning, field, and studio operations and engineering at YES.

The most-watched regional sports network in the country for 16 of the last 18 years, YES Network is the exclusive regional television home of the 27-time World Champion New York Yankees, the Brooklyn Nets, New York City FC of Major League Soccer, and New York Liberty of the WNBA. YES, which has earned 126 Emmy Awards since its March 2002 launch, also televises original biography, studio, and magazine programs, in addition to college sports.

Upon joining the YES Network in November, 2001 as manager, broadcast operations, Webb researched and contracted for network origination and studio services, satellite services, mobile unit vendors and post-production facilities. He also hired the network’s engineering and support staff. Webb was promoted to director, studio & production planning in 2005, to senior director, broadcast operations in 2011, and to his current title in 2013.

Webb has played a major role in all of YES’ technical and production innovations over the years, including the design and building of all of the network’s new production and satellite trucks, the building out of YES’ HD production and master control facilities, and the frequent introduction of state-of-the-art cameras, replay machines, and other equipment. He also played a role in the updating of YES’ control rooms, studios, and edit rooms at the network’s Stamford, CT production facilities.

Prior to joining the YES Network, Webb spent 20 years working in various capacities at the ABC Television Network. He had most recently been a production executive for ABC Sports, working on such franchises as Wide World of Sports and College Football Scoreboard Show, as well as the network’s golf and figure skating coverage. He managed production of four U.S. Open Golf Championships, as well as ABC Sports’ Super Bowl XXXVI Pre-Game Show.

Webb’s production credits at ABC Sports include three Super Bowl Pre-Game Shows, two World Series, one MLB National League Championship Series, four New York City Marathons, ABC Monday Night Football, ABC College Football, the Kentucky Derby, and the Indianapolis 500. Webb joined ABC in 1982, working in the finance department.

Glenn Adamo, The Switch Production Services, Managing Director

Glenn Adamo brings almost four decades of experience in media, technology, broadcasting, and entertainment as managing director of The Switch Production Services – a strategic, creative, production, and distribution arm of The Switch. Prior to joining The Switch, from 2003 to 2016, he was vice president of production, media operations, broadcasting, and scheduling for NFL Films. He was responsible for the launch and creative execution of the NFL Network, Thursday Night Football, NFL International production, and NFL Sunday Ticket. Adamo was the driver for many of the NFL new technology initiatives including NFL Replay, the digital transition of NFL Films, NFL/Yahoo OTT production, NFL Next Gen Stats, and virtual reality.

Garron Bateman, Veritone, Senior Sales Engineer

Garron Bateman is an accomplished expert in media technologies. He has experience building enterprise-scale, fully automated media workflow solutions and web-based management portals for global media companies specializing on integrating AI and machine learning.

With a background as a talented creative producer and video editor, most notably in live sports for the Denver Broncos and corporate broadcasting, Bateman has extensive experience with film and video archives. He is a producer of live satellite broadcasts and major sporting events with a firm grasp of video post-production and the digital supply chain.

Brad Cheney, Fox Sports, VP, Field Operations and Engineering

Brad Cheney manages technical and operational planning for golf, baseball, and college sports along with advanced-technology projects for Fox Sports Media Group.

Cheney is a leader in new technology approaches, including IP-based live and post-production centers, IP over RF, UHD, HDR, and UAS systems. His work includes innovative production approaches and executions for in-ground audio, robotic cameras, and home run productions.

Cheney is a six-time Emmy winner and previously worked for MLB Network, the Late Show with David Letterman, Game Creek Video, and Cox Sports.

Brandon Costa, SVG, Director of Digital

Brandon Costa covers the sports video production industry with a focus on live streaming, over-the-top (OTT), social media, and other digital distribution technologies and platforms. He also directs SVG’s internal digital strategies launching the company’s video outfit, ‘SVG On Demand,’ designing and overseeing its mobile application, ‘SVG Mobile,’ and serving as executive producer and host of The SVG Podcast. Costa serves as program director of networking events serving the SVG College and SVG Digital communities. Prior to his time at SVG, Costa spent five years producing digital content for MLB Advanced Media.

Michael Cronk, Grass Valley, VP, Advanced Technology

Michael Cronk is vice president of advanced technology for Grass Valley. Cronk guides the critical development of Grass Valley’s next generation core technologies for both cloud and on-premise topologies including Grass Valley’s new Agile Media Processing Platform (AMPP). Cronks serves as chairman of the board for the Alliance for IP Media Solutions (AIMS) – an organization dedicated to the promotion of open standards and specifications for the media and entertainment industry.

Cronk previously served as senior vice president of strategic marketing between 2014 and 2016, driving Grass Valley’s product roadmap and strategy.

Cronk rejoined Grass Valley in February 2013 as senior vice president of marketing and product line management where he was instrumental in the turn-around of the company prior to its acquisition by Belden. He was also with the company between 1989 and 2008 and held a number of growing roles over that period including general manager of the server and news business, as well as vice president of marketing. During his previous tenure with the company, Cronk led the identification and implementation of Grass Valley’s expansion strategy into the adjacent markets of news and sports entertainment.

Cronk holds both bachelor’s and master’s degrees in electrical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Jason Dachman, SVG, Chief Editor

Jason Dachman oversees all aspects of SVG’s North American editorial operations, including the thrice-weekly SVG Insider newsletter and SVG’s annual print publications. A member of the SVG team since 2009, Dachman also serves as program director for SVG’s RSN Summit, Sports Content Management Forum, Sports Graphics Forum, and TranSPORT event. Prior to joining SVG, he spent three years covering local sports for The Patriot Ledger in Quincy, MA, and two years on the production staff of SiriusXM Satellite Radio’s The Ron & Fez Show. Dachman began his career in the Sports Information Department at Northeastern University in Boston, where he also earned a B.A. in media communications and cinema studies.

Mike Davies, Fox Sports, SVP, Technical and Field Operations; SVG Chairman

Mike Davies manages all day-to-day aspects of live broadcast operations and oversees the integration of new and emerging technologies for Fox Sports and Fox Sports 1. With over two decades of experience in sports television, Davies specializes in technical production and innovation for large sporting events. As the head of field and technical operations, he manages a highly talented team of individuals responsible for the thousands of live sports broadcasts yearly at Fox, including the technical execution of Super Bowls XLII, XLV, XLVIII, LI, and LIV. In addition to technical design and oversight, Davies also works within the Fox Sports Lab, a designed approach to exploring technical partnerships to enhance the viewing experience.

Previously, Davies oversaw Fox Sports broadcasts of the Daytona 500, the US Open, the MLB All Star Game and World Series, and the productions of various live VR events.

Before joining Fox Sports in 2006 as director of field operations, Davies was with HBO Sports for 10 years. He has won multiple Sports Emmy Awards for his work with both Fox Sports and HBO including technical team remotes for NASCAR, MLB, and NFL coverage, as well as long form sports programming. He currently serves as chairman for the Sports Video Group.

Ben DeFusco, WorldStage, Senior Account Director

Ben DeFusco has been an account director with WorldStage since 2015 and has worked in the audio/video industry as an account manager providing support on a variety of projects to clients like the NBA, NHL, and Warner Media to name a few. Before becoming an account director, DeFusco worked as a freelance audio engineer for multiple corporate events.

DeFusco moved from Rhode Island to NYC in the winter of 2007 after receiving an associate’s degree in sound engineering from Fullsail University in Orlando, FL. Having always taken an interest in live events, DeFusco quickly secured work on multiple world tours, first as a guitar technician and then as a guitarist. The following six years were spent touring primarily with Wyclef Jean and provided DeFusco with a diverse knowledge of the live event industry by exposing him to many aspects of video engineering and sound reinforcement.

Always a people person, account management was the logical “next move,” and WorldStage has been a perfect fit! DeFusco excels at client relations, and his strong technical background has helped him work on a vast array of successful events including the NHL Outdoor games, NBA Awards, Celebrate Brooklyn Summer Concert Series, Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, and Billboard Touring Awards.

DeFusco enjoys working at WorldStage as he feels both his and the company’s goals are aligned. They both want to provide the best client experience possible through the pursuit of the newest, and best, groundbreaking technology.

Rich Eilers, Canon U.S.A., National Accounts Sales Director

Rich Eilers is the national accounts sales director for Canon U.S.A.’s Professional Products Sales and Engineering Group. A veteran of the broadcast business and Canon, he has been leading the company’s strategic approach to the sports production market. Serving in a number of field and sales management positions over his tenure, Eilers has been coordinating and managing the support efforts by Canon for over 25 years at the largest sports events the industry handles.

Jeff Gouch, EVS, SVP, The Americas

Jeff Gouch holds the position of SVP, The Americas since January 2020 for EVS Broadcast Equipment. EVS is globally recognized as the leader in live video technology for broadcast and new media productions.

Prior to SVP, Gouch held the national sales position for sports venues since 2013. He has held sales roles at several key industry companies such as Panasonic, Grass Valley, Thomson, and Philips BTS. Gouch is based in the Americas HQ office in Fairfield, NJ.

Kristian Hernandez, SVG, Associate Editor and Social Media Manager

Kristian Hernandez handles day-to-day construction of the SVG Insider newsletter, oversees all social media content distribution, and covers various sports technology topics for Sports Video Group. In addition, he is the program director for the annual SVG Venue Summit and the Teams Summit.

Before joining SVG, Hernandez served as co-founder of CHC-TV, the first student-run television studio at Chestnut Hill College in Philadelphia, PA. While at CHC, Hernandez produced a daily sports show named “On the Hill with Hernandez” — covering all men’s and women’s athletics for the college. Also, Hernandez spearheaded the college’s newspaper, “The Griffin”, as its sports editor. Hernandez graduated with a B.A. in communications. Born in Brooklyn, NY, he currently lives in Queens, NY.

Jim Jachetta, VidOvation, EVP of Engineering and CTO

With more than 25 years of experience in designing, integrating, and delivering video transmission, contribution, and distribution systems, Jim Jachetta is the driving force behind VidOvation’s world-class technology that makes the “impossible” and “never been done before” a viable solution within daily business operations. Using modern, easy to support technology, Jachetta and the talented VidOvation team creatively designs, implements, and supports wireless, cellular, IPTV, video over IP, and fiber optics installations that meet an organization’s business goals, and at a price point that fits any size, scope, and budget.

Karl Kathuria, Never.No, Customer Solutions Director

Karl Kathuria has worked in the fields of broadcasting and technology for 20 years, having managed the BBC World Service online infrastructure, with involvement in the launch of many international news services, and the building of streaming solutions for hundreds of hours of output every week. After leaving the BBC, Kathuria worked in several technology and management roles up to CEO level. He first joined Never.no in 2018 from his then home in Toronto, bringing his experience and expertise in digital, streaming, and broadcasting initially to their North American customers. As his role expanded, Kathuria took charge of Never.no’s streaming platforms, directing and producing content that showcased their technologies to a global audience.

Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial

Ken Kerschbaumer is co-executive director of editorial services for the Sports Video Group and SVG Europe. He was a co-founder of SVG along with Paul Gallo and Marty Porter in 2005 and has been writing about how sports networks and leagues use video and audio technology to deliver a quality TV experience since 1991. Kerschbaumer began his career in 1991 at Television Broadcast magazine before joining Cahners where he was founding editor of Digital Broadcasting magazine. In 2000, he joined Broadcasting & Cable magazine as senior editor of technology where he covered all aspects of broadcasting, cable, and internet content creation and distribution.

Todd Mason, Broadcast Management Group, CEO

Todd Mason started in television at the age of 15, running cameras at his family’s church. That experience helped inspire a love for broadcasting and an award-winning career that now spans more than three decades.

Mason’s unique skillset allows him to bring a business, marketing, creative, and technical perspective to every project. He is always looking to leverage technology to produce a higher quality, more creative, and cost-effective production.

In 1994, Mason helped take the film industry from Steenbeck editing to non-liner systems. In 2002, he built the world’s first non-linear broadcast operation in New York. In 2018, Mason launched a full time over-the-top (“OTT”) network for America’s top brokerage and investment firm. In 2021, he created the world’s first major REMI Broadcast Hub that promotes centralized technology and decentralized staffing. While many in the broadcast industry struggled during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mason helped BMG pivot and become a leader in REMI workflow production.

Mason is a sought-after live broadcast director for a range of productions, including music, news and entertainment, series, and specials. He recently directed the United Nation’s 2.5-hour global Women’s Day celebration, a number of The Atlantic’s virtual events, IMDb’s live post-Emmy and Live Oscar shows, and three days of live 90-minute shows at SXSW for Mashable/Twitter, as well as several live broadcasts for truTV’s Impractical Jokers at Comic-Con.

Mason keeps BMG active on the global stage, collaborating with both domestic and international partners. BMG works with companies interested in producing shows for the North American market, as well as with American companies creating content for international markets. BMG was recently brought in to consult with and build-out a network television facility in Karachi, Pakistan. No place is too far away for Mason and his team. He has built an impressive senior and middle management team of broadcast industry leaders who take ownership in their areas of responsibility.

Mason feels right at home among other country’s cultures, and his design and installation teams consistently and successfully complete each mission. He brings his vast experience, having worked as showrunner, director, EIC, and executive producer, to BMG. BMG currently produces more than 70 hours per week of live broadcasts. Mason’s extensive experience makes him a valuable member of any production team.

Sarita Meinking, Fox Sports, Director, Field Operations

Sarita Meinking worked at Fox Sports for eight plus years in field and technical operations. She has been a past member of NFL Films, MLB Network, and the Big Ten Network, which brings her to 10+ total years at Fox.

At Fox, Meinking is involved with Covid, the NFL, college basketball, the Big East Tournament, and the Super Bowl.

Steve McKenna, Studio Network Solutions (SNS), Director

Steve McKenna is a director at Studio Network Solutions (SNS), the world leader in workflow storage servers for professional media teams. He joined SNS nine years ago and maintains a deep understanding of the needs of broadcast, VFX, post-production, and professional video and audio teams worldwide.

Phil Myers, Lawo, CTO

Phil Myers currently holds the role of chief technology officer at LAWO. He has in excess of 20 years of experience in product management and business development. Myers has held a number of technology leadership roles within the industry, most recently for Snell Advanced Media (SAM) and Grass Valley within the EMEA region where he was responsible for architecting digital media workflows and IP solutions. Also, he previously worked at CVP Group, Sony, Pinnacle Systems, and co-founded Oddfish films in 1997.

Harry Patel, Panasonic, Engineering Manager

Harry Patel is engineering manager for Panasonic’s Broadcast, Cinema & Professional Video Systems group. He helps manage the development and introduction of Panasonic’s robotics camera systems, the KAIROS Live Production Platform, and other professional video products. Patel also oversees the research and development of emerging technologies for professional video and broadcast applications.

Patty Power, CBS Sports, EVP, Operations and Engineering

Patty Power was named EVP of operations and engineering in April 2016. She most recently served as SVP of operations and administration for CBS Sports Network, the first 24-hour college sports network. In her expanded role, Power is responsible for the day-to-day management of operations and engineering including production management, technical management, network operations, commercial operations, postproduction, and media services for all CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network’s broadcast and cable properties. She is also responsible for the technical production of over 350 remotes and hundreds of hours of studio and original programming annually on CBS Sports Network, in addition to overseeing and facilitating all major operations-related deals.

Power, an industry veteran and executive with a wide-ranging knowledge of sports television start-ups, has extensive experience in operations, production planning, and administration. An integral part to CBS Sports Network’s growth and success since its inception, Power helped launch the independent network (then CSTV), which debuted in April 2003 and was acquired by CBS in January 2006. She also helped establish and launch the network’s VOD product. Under her direction, CBS Sports Network has grown into a multi-media leader in the industry, which is available to over 95 million households.

Power continues to be responsible for the distribution and quality control of CBS Sports Network’s signal, including affiliate authorization, compliance, NOC, and commercial operations. Under her direction, CBS Sports Network built out a 20,000 square-foot production facility at Chelsea Piers in New York City that included studio and post-production facilities, and a state-of-the-art digital archive management system. In addition, she helped spearhead the CBS Sports Network’s upgrade to HD production programming and distribution.

Power came to CBS Sports Network from Major League Baseball Productions, where she was VP of operations. In that role, she managed the day-to-day operations of the production unit, served as the operations liaison with all 30 MLB teams, managed the footage and licensing department, and oversaw the build out of MLB Production’s 25,000 square-foot, multi-level production facility in Chelsea Market in New York City.

Prior to that, Power was VP of operations for Classic Sports Network (ESPN Classic). As the first employee hired in the Operations department, she was responsible for building the Operations and Engineering department that launched Classic Sports Network. Power also worked at Showtime Networks as a production manager in operations and at NBC Sports. In addition, she served as a production manager for a variety of major events including the XXVI Olympic Summer Games in Atlanta, GA; the Three Tenors in Concert in Los Angeles, CA; and Pavarotti in the Park, in Central Park in New York City.

Power is an executive board member of the Sports Video Group and is a member of the National Association of Professional Women. She graduated from Farmingdale State College with a B.A. in business management.

Andy Rayner, Nevion, Chief Technologist

Andy Rayner is chief technologist at Nevion. In addition to providing technical direction for the evolution of the company’s media solutions, he heads up the Nevion UK technology centre.

Nevion provides award-winning media transport solutions to broadcasters, telecom service providers, governmental agencies, and other industries.

Prior to joining Nevion in 2010, Rayner was head of the broadcast technology at BT. In this role, he was responsible for the design of the BT Global Media Network and oversaw the development of key video interfacing, monitoring, and protection technology. Rayner has filed many patents – both with BT and Nevion.

Tom Roland, WorldStage, Director of Engineering

Tom Roland has been in the director of engineering position at WorldStage since 2019 and his impact has already been felt in the groups he manages and contributes to. Starting with the CAD and System Design team, Roland brought his 20 years of experience in large installation and entertainment venues and helped guide the team with forward thinking strategies and materials. While working with the Engineering and Build teams, he has always focused on quality and consistency to be a means of success, empowering team members to always do the right thing to make the best finished product possible. Additionally, Roland has overseen the company wide field engineers for both the East and West Coast. In his short time in this role, Roland has worked with the individual members to gather best practices and unify the working approach between projects to promote a more cohesive customer experience. His desire is for a customer to have the same great WorldStage experience whether it is a one-day project on the East Coast, or a multi-week multi-venue experience on the West Coast.

With the sudden drop off of business in 2020, Roland started digging into existing online workflows and listening to what customers were looking for, ultimately determining that the two didn’t align.  With the help of the newly formed Digital Oasis team, he set out to tackle the engineering and systems needs of providing a fully virtual experience to clients who are used to a brick-and-mortar style of show production. One of his goals has always been to make it as comfortable as possible for the client and allow them to be successful at their job, always reenforcing the mantra of the same great experience no matter what the show and crew. Roland loves a good challenge, and the future of the industry will have plenty more for him. He’s looking forward to not only meeting those challenges, but to excel and continue to deliver great experiences for clients.

Marcus Schioler, Haivision, VP of Product Marketing

Marcus Schioler is Haivision’s VP of product marketing. He has over 20 years of experience in technology and product development, with a number of industry-leading companies. This experience has allowed Schioler to develop a broad base of knowledge in video streaming and expertise in post-production for film, television, and video games. He frequently presents and writes on numerous video-related topics including broadcast streaming, cloud media routing, remote production, and low latency video.  

Susan Stone, MLB Network, SVP, Operations and Engineering

Susan Stone is senior vice president of operations and engineering for MLB Network. Stone oversees the day-to-day management of MLB Network remote operations, broadcast operations, studio operations, media management, engineering, and IT. She also oversees the operations and engineering for the NHL Network as part of the NHL – MLB digital media rights partnership announced in 2015.

As part of her role, Stone oversees the operations for the Emmy Award-winning MLB Tonight and NHL Tonight, MLB Network Showcase game telecasts, and on-site studio programs from All-Star Week, the Stanley Cup Finals, and the World Series.

Stone started her career at NBC Sports and Olympics and then moved to CBS Sports where she oversaw production management. Before joining MLB Network for its record-setting launch in 2009, she worked at NFL Network in Mt. Laurel, NJ.

John Voorheis, EEG Video, Director of Sales

John Voorheis joined EEG Video as director of sales in 2016 where much of his focus has been on video applications for state and local governments. Previously, Voorheis worked extensively in corporate video communications and in the production and delivery of subscription streaming services. A graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill, he lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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