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Saturday, January 13, 2018Keith Jackson: A TributeKeith Jackson, the legendary broadcaster whose voice became synonymous with big-time college football and more, passed away on Jan. 12 at the age of 89. He was inducted into the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame in 2009 and, if imitation really is the sincerest form of flattery, then Keith Jackson was perhaps the most flattered broadcaster ever to sit in a booth. Relive his tremendous career through this tribute video from his Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame induction.Wednesday, January 10, 2018SVG Summit 2017: State of the Game - NBAFrom the NBA Draft to the NBA All-Star Game and, of course, the NBA Finals, the sport of professional basketball connects with fans in a way few sports are capable of doing. In addition to the production of the games themselves, the pre-game, half-time, and OTT and streaming services continue to evolve to ensure that fans remain as connected to the sport as ever. In this panel discussion from the 2017 SVG Summit, learn how the NBA and its broadcast partners continue to evolve their relationship with fans and what next-generation technologies will make a difference. Panelists: Chris Brown, Turner Sports, Senior Director, Technical Operations Tim Corrigan, ESPN, Senior Coordinating Producer, NBA David Denenberg, NBA Entertainment, SVP, Global Media Distribution and Business Affairs Matthew Lipp, Turner Sports, Director Moderator: Steve Hellmuth, NBA Entertainment, EVP, Media Operations and TechnologyWednesday, January 3, 2018SVG Summit 2017: Lessons Learned in the Move to IP Routing [FULL PANEL]More and more remote production engineering teams are making the move to IP. How has it changed the way they work compared to baseband operations? What are the pros and the cons? And what do they want out of next-generation routing systems? This discussion from the 2017 SVG Summit looks to answer those questions. Panelists: Jason Taubman, Game Creek Video, VP, Design and New Technology Peter Wehner, Mobile TV Group, Director of Engineering Moderator: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial ServicesWednesday, January 3, 2018SVG Summit 2017: At-Home Productions - What’s Next? [FULL PANEL]At-home production workflows continue to be an area of interest, especially for smaller events where every dollar counts. During a panel discussion at the 2017 SVG Summit, those who have embraced at-home workflows discuss some of the pros and cons of working remotely and what technical areas are most in need. Panelists: Sarah Backerman, Pac-12 Networks, Director, Remote Operations Michael Francis, CBS Sports, Director, Remote Engineering and Technical Operations Kevin Moorhouse, Gravity Media, COO Scott Rothenberg, NEP Group, SVP, Technology and Asset Management Jonathan Solomon, Aspera (an IBM Company), Faspstream Technical Evangelist Stephen Wharton, SkyCam, CTO Moderator: Salli Frattini, Sunset Lane Entertainment, Executive ProducerWednesday, January 3, 2018SVG Summit 2017: Focus on Imaging: Lenses, Cameras, and Slo-Mo Replay [FULL PANEL]Providers of remote production facilities face a number of challenges, including purchasing cameras and lenses that are as future proof as possible while also making financial sense today. In this conversation from the 2017 SVG Summit, leaders in camera and lens development discuss some of the newest developments as they look to ready their offerings for next-generation needs that include UHD, HDR, super slo-mo, and more. Panelists: Paul Bonar, Game Creek, VP, Engineering Philip Garvin, Mobile TV Group, President/Founder/Co-Owner Larry Thorpe, Canon U.S.A., Senior Fellow, Imaging Technologies and Communications Group, Professional Engineering and Solutions Division Moderator: Alec Shapiro, Industry ConsultantTuesday, January 2, 2018SVG Summit 2017: Front Bench Tech [FULL PANEL]The front bench area is a bee hive of activity during a live sports production. In this session from the 2017 SVG Summit, experts discuss what technologies are being deployed to make a difference and improve the way the team works? Learn about new developments in production switchers, multiviewers, intercom systems, and monitors that can help your team work better and smarter. Panelists: Philip Garvin, Mobile TV Group, President/Founder/Co-Owner Alan Karloff, Dome Productions, Manager, Engineering Services Keith Martin, Game Creek, Engineering Project Manager Scott Rothenberg, NEP Group, SVP, Technology and Asset Management Moderator: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial ServicesTuesday, January 2, 2018SVG Summit 2017: Replay Operations - Video is Served [FULL PANEL]The replay area of production trucks continue to grow in complexity as they look to meet ever-expanding needs of not only the team on the front bench but ancillary services that make use of highlights and replays. In this conversation from the 2017 SVG Summit, learn about the latest advances in replay devices, servers, and related devices. Panelists: Ray Laird, Game Creek Video, EVS Project Manager Peter Wehner, Mobile TV Group, Director of Engineering Moderator: Joseph Maar, NESN, VP, Programming and Production/Executive ProducerFriday, December 22, 2017SVG Summit: Turner Sports' Matt Lipp on Integrating Inside the NBA Studio Show into Game TelecastsFrom the NBA Draft to the NBA All-Star Game and, of course, the NBA Finals, the sport of professional basketball connects with fans in a way few sports are capable of doing. In addition to the production of the games themselves, the pre-game, half-time, and OTT and streaming services continue to evolve to ensure that fans remain as connected to the sport as ever. At the SVG Summit on Dec. 12, a panel featuring top Turner Sports, NBA, and ESPN execs addressed how the league and its broadcast partners are evolving their relationship with fans and what next-generation technologies will make a difference. Turner Sports Director Matt Lipp goes behind the curtain on how the NBA on TNT integrates the Inside the NBA studio show into game broadcasts.Friday, December 22, 2017SVG Summit: NBA's David Denenberg on How the League and Broadcasters Are Improving Game FlowFrom the NBA Draft to the NBA All-Star Game and, of course, the NBA Finals, the sport of professional basketball connects with fans in a way few sports are capable of doing. In addition to the production of the games themselves, the pre-game, half-time, and OTT and streaming services continue to evolve to ensure that fans remain as connected to the sport as ever. At the SVG Summit on Dec. 12, a panel featuring top Turner Sports, NBA, and ESPN execs addressed how the league and its broadcast partners are evolving their relationship with fans and what next-generation technologies will make a difference. David Denenberg, NBA Entertainment, SVP, Global Media Distribution and Business Affairs, goes inside how the league, ESPN, and Turner worked together during the offseason to improve game flow and keep fans engaged, including two-box commercials and reduced late-game breaks.Friday, December 22, 2017SVG Summit: NBA's Steve Hellmuth, David Denenberg on Success of 'NBA Mobile View'From the NBA Draft to the NBA All-Star Game and, of course, the NBA Finals, the sport of professional basketball connects with fans in a way few sports are capable of doing. In addition to the production of the games themselves, the pre-game, half-time, and OTT and streaming services continue to evolve to ensure that fans remain as connected to the sport as ever. At the SVG Summit on Dec. 12, a panel featuring top Turner Sports, NBA, and ESPN execs addressed how the league and its broadcast partners are evolving their relationship with fans and what next-generation technologies will make a difference. The NBA's Steve Hellmuth (EVP, Media Operations and Technology) and David Denenberg (SVP, Global Media Distribution and Business Affairs) address the success of the NBA Mobile View camera and how the league is finding new ways to utilize this unique camera angle at every NBA arena.