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Tuesday, July 17, 2018Inside Innovation at the 2018 MLB All-Star Game With Fox Sports' Francisco ContrerasThe MLB All-Star Game is a breeding ground for sports video production innovation and this year's edition in Washington D.C. is no exception. Fox Sports is breaking ground with a SkyCam, has deployed a camera arsenal loaded with high speed cameras, and much more. At Nationals Park, our Jason Dachman catches up with Francisco "Paco" Contreras, Director, Field Operations of Fox Sports to give the full lowdown on the tech enhancements at this year's Midsummer Classic.Tuesday, July 3, 2018Behind the Scenes of Fox Sports' 2018 FIFA World Cup Production in RussiaSVG is live in Moscow going behind the scenes at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. In this interview with SVG's Brandon Costa, Fox Sports Director of Operations Rod Conti provides an overview of the network's operation in Russia, including its primary set in Red Square, its relationship with Host Broadcast Services, and how it compares to its 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup production in Vancouver.Tuesday, June 19, 2018SVG College Summit: Imagen Case Study - How Auburn Is Delivering More Content for PartnersAuburn University was looking for a simple way to manage and distribute its latest college sports highlights to local and national TV networks as well as providing rapid access to archived content through a secure web portal. Weston Carter, Director of Video Services, Media Systems at Auburn Athletics Department, explains what happened when they chose Imagen to provide more choices and self-serve access to game highlights, interviews, and exclusive behind the scenes footage. Presenter: Weston Carter, Auburn Athletics Department, Director of Video Services, Media SystemsTuesday, June 19, 2018SVG College Summit: Avid Case Study - Archiving the ACC with Raycom SportsA television partner with the Atlantic Coast Conference since 1983, Raycom Sports’ move to a completely digital workflow enabled the digitization of 35 years of ACC history. Join Raycom’s Alex Farmartino as he shares how Raycom brought their history to the present day. Presenter: Alex Farmartino, Raycom Sports, Coordinating ProducerWednesday, June 13, 2018Morgan Uber on Creative Process Behind the Patriot League's "Among the Few" Video SeriesIn a video project unlike anything the conference had ever taken on before, the Patriot League produced a seven-part miniseries this year called “Among the Few,” which chronicled Navy’s Class of 1977 Gettysburg Leadership Encounter. The entire series, which was a finalist for a 2018 SVG College Sports Media Award was produced by just two people: Director of Multimedia and Creative Services Jimmy Johnson and Network Correspondent Morgan Uber. At the SVG College Summit, we caught up with Uber to break down the project and talk about why in today's media world, video producers need to be able to do it all.Wednesday, June 13, 2018How Scott Hecht's ESPN Background Has Syracuse Primed For ACC Network SuccessSyracuse is one of 14 universities with preparations underway for the 2019 launch of the ESPN-supporting ACC Network. At the SVG College Summit, we caught up with Scott Hecht, who is senior producer for the Orange and overseeing the athletic department's new video efforts. With a background working for ESPN and helping launch the SEC Network just a few years ago, Hecht has this kind of project built into his DNA.Wednesday, June 13, 2018Texas A&M's Andy Richardson Chats About the History of 12th Man ProductionsFew do video production bigger - and better - than Texas A&M's 12th Man Productions. The university has been a leader in the athletics video space since the early 1990s and built out a multi-million dollar facility as part of the renovation of Kyle Field in 2014. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Texas A&M was honored with the SVG/NACDA Technology Leadership Award for its outstanding commitment to video production infrastructure and technology. We caught up with Andy Richardson who runs 12th Man Productions and has been a part of the team for more than two decades to talk about it all.Wednesday, June 13, 2018SVG College Summit: How ACC Schools Are Readying for the ACC Network [FULL PANEL]For many months now, 15 schools in the Atlantic Coast Conference have been investing in equipment, infrastructure, and talent in anticipation of the debut of the ACC Network. While the new media venture will not launch across linear providers until 2019, video departments from across the conference offered an update of their current status during a panel discussion at the 2018 SVG College Summit. They shared what’s left to accomplish, what lessons they have learned along the way, and what they would differently if given the chance. Panelists: Rick Bagby, Clemson University Athletics, Assistant Athletic Director, Video and Technology Andy Blanton, Georgia Tech Athletic Association, Assistant AD, Video and Broadcast Services Ken Cleary, University of North Carolina Athletics, Assistant Athletic Director, Go Heels Productions and Creative Services Chad Lampman, Duke University, Executive Director of Blue Devil Network Josh Shibler, CTG, VP and Project Executive Moderator: Scott Hecht, Syracuse University Athletics, Senior ProducerTuesday, June 12, 2018SVG College Summit: Live Tour of Notre Dame's Martin Media CenterIn late 2017, the University of Notre Dame opened an impressive multi-million dollar, 18,000-square foot media complex dubbed the Martin Media Center. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, execs from the university offered an in-depth tour from their campus in South Bend, IN live to attendees at the conference in Atlanta. Mike Bonner, Executive Producer, Live Events for Fighting Irish Media and Aaron Creasy, Chief Engineer of Notre Dame Studios take you through the spectacular facility. This live tour was made possible through our friends at LiveU.Tuesday, June 12, 2018SVG College Summit: Cathage's John Voynovich on Integrating Student HelpSchools of all shapes and sizes have seen their athletic departments become media companies within themselves. How do the smallest staffs, many times made up of one-person bands, get it all done? At the 2018 SVG College Summit, John Voynovich, Webcasting Producer at Division III Carthage College, explains how he makes students a key part of his operations.Tuesday, June 12, 2018SVG College Summit: Bowling Green's Michael Leopardo on Finding Time For ImprovementSchools of all shapes and sizes have seen their athletic departments become media companies within themselves. How do the smallest staffs, many times made up of one-person bands, get it all done? At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Michael Leopardo, Multimedia Production Coordinator at Bowling Green State University, says its important, even with a busy schedule, to find time to improve your department and yourself.Tuesday, June 12, 2018SVG College Summit: What's One Technology These Mid-Majors Couldn't Live Without?Schools of all shapes and sizes have seen their athletic departments become media companies within themselves. How do the smallest staffs, many times made up of one-person bands, get it all done? At the 2018 SVG College Summit, a panel of mid-major experts share the one technology they couldn't live without.Tuesday, June 12, 2018SVG College Summit: How Do Mid-Major Video Teams Add Social Media to Their Busy Plates?Schools of all shapes and sizes have seen their athletic departments become media companies within themselves. How do the smallest staffs, many times made up of one-person bands, get it all done? At the 2018 SVG College Summit, a panel of mid-major experts share how they add social media content creation to their already-demanding workloads.Tuesday, June 12, 2018SVG College Summit: How Bowling Green Trains Students to Support Its Video EffortsSchools of all shapes and sizes have seen their athletic departments become media companies within themselves. How do the smallest staffs, many times made up of one-person bands, get it all done? At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Michael Leopardo, Multimedia Production Coordinator at Bowling Green State University, explains how he trains students to fill out his video team.Tuesday, June 12, 2018SVG College Summit: Elon's Michelle Manzo on Prioritizing a Video Department's GoalsSchools of all shapes and sizes have seen their athletic departments become media companies within themselves. How do the smallest staffs, many times made up of one-person bands, get it all done? At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Michelle Manzo, Coordinating Producer, Maroon Sports at Elon University, emphasized the important of prioritizing a video department's goals.Tuesday, June 12, 2018SVG College Summit: How “Mid-Major” Video Teams Pave a Road to Video Success [FULL PANEL]Schools of all shapes and sizes have seen their athletic departments become media companies within themselves. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, reps from various smaller schools of key technology vendors share what tech and strategies are making it possible for those with the smallest budgets and staffs succeed. Learn how these content producers, some of which are one-person bands in their athletic department, make it all work. Panelists: Mike Connell, Sportzcast, President Michael Leopardo, Bowling Green State University, Multimedia Production Coordinator Michelle Manzo, Elon University, Coordinating Producer, Maroon Sports Richie Murray, Blackbird, Consultant John Voynovich, Carthage College, Webcasting Coordinator Moderator: Chris Mycoskie, Southland Conference, Associate Commissioner, Broadcast and New MediaTuesday, June 12, 2018SVG College Summit: Sportzcast's Mike Connell on the Value of Autmated MetadataSchools of all shapes and sizes have seen their athletic departments become media companies within themselves. How do the smallest staffs, many times made up of one-person bands, get it all done? At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Mike Connell, President of Sportzcast, discusses the automation of metadata and its role in streamlining video operations.Tuesday, June 12, 2018SVG College Summit: Elon's Michelle Manzo Advises to Make the Most of Your SummersSchools of all shapes and sizes have seen their athletic departments become media companies within themselves. How do the smallest staffs, many times made up of one-person bands, get it all done? At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Michelle Manzo, Coordinating Producer, Maroon Sports at Elon University advises to make the most of your summers and plan for the year ahead.Friday, June 8, 2018SVG College Summit: When Building a Control Room, Plan For Tomorrow, Not TodayAdvancements in technology and the need for creating live content from points all around a college campus have made the centralized control media the preferred infrastructure method. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, a panel of experts from across the college athletics landscape explained that the best thing one can do when building out a new facility is to plan for the future.Friday, June 8, 2018SVG College Summit: Valpo's Ron Blatz Overcame a Tight Timeline For Building His Control RoomAdvancements in technology and the need for creating live content from points all around a college campus have made the centralized control media the preferred infrastructure method. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Ron Blatz, Broadcast and Streaming Manager at Valparaiso University explains how his department had a tight timeline to open their facility and shares how they did it.Friday, June 8, 2018SVG College Summit: The Latest in the Centralized Control Room [FULL PANEL]Advancements in technology and the need for creating live content from points all around a college campus have made the centralized control media the preferred infrastructure method. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, experts from schools of all sizes answer what’s the latest in technology and philosophy behind these media centers? Panelists: Ron Blatz, Valparaiso University, Broadcast and Streaming Manager Clint Burges, Lamar University, Director of Video Operations Michelle Glover, University of Arkansas, Assistant Athletic Director, Broadcast Services Andy Richardson, Texas A&M University, Assistant Athletic Director, 12th Man Productions Jared Schatz, Ross Video, VP of Sales, U.S. and Canada Moderator: Karen Hogan Ketchum, SVG, Senior EditorFriday, June 8, 2018SVG College Summit: 12th Man Productions Has Become a Recruiting ToolAdvancements in technology and the need for creating live content from points all around a college campus have made the centralized control media the preferred infrastructure method. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Andy Richardson, Assistant Athletic Director, 12th Man Productions at Texas A&M says that his department's facilities have become a major draw for recruits.Friday, June 8, 2018SVG College Summit: Arkansas' Michelle Glover Offers Peek Inside Razorbacks' InfrastructureAdvancements in technology and the need for creating live content from points all around a college campus have made the centralized control media the preferred infrastructure method. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Michelle Glover, Assistant Athletic Director, Broadcast Services at the University of Arkansas offers a peek inside her department's tech infrastructure.Friday, June 8, 2018SVG College Summit: What Texas A&M Andy Richardson Would Do Differently With His Control RoomAdvancements in technology and the need for creating live content from points all around a college campus have made the centralized control media the preferred infrastructure method. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Andy Richardson, Assistant Athletic Director, 12th Man Productions at Texas A&M University shares what he would do differently with his three-year-old facility if given the chance.Wednesday, June 6, 2018SVG College Summit: The Impact of IP [FULL PANEL]Using the public Internet to booth internally connect one’s campus and, in some cases, to distribute content is permeating the live college sports production industry. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, athletic departments that are leveraging this tool shared how confidence in public IP networks is altering how they view their campuses and discussed what it means for the future of college athletics. Panelists: Chris Burgos, NewTek, Product and Vertical Market Manager – Sports Imry Halevi, Harvard University, Director of Multimedia and Production, Department of Athletics Scott Morse, Lafayette College, Director, Athletics Communications and Promotions Jose Nevarez, University of Portland, Assistant Athletic Director, Broadcast Operations Moderator: Jason Dachman, SVG, Chief EditorWednesday, June 6, 2018SVG College Summit: Inside Portland's IP-based Workflows With Jose NevarezUsing the public Internet to booth internally connect one’s campus and, in some cases, to distribute content is permeating the live college sports production industry. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Jose Nevarez, Assistant Athletic Director, Broadcast Operations at the University of Portland offers a look inside his department's infrastructure and how IP plays a critical role.Wednesday, June 6, 2018SVG College Summit: Harvard's Imry Halevi Offers a Look at the Crimson's All-IP InfrastructureUsing the public Internet to booth internally connect one’s campus and, in some cases, to distribute content is permeating the live college sports production industry. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Imry Halevi, Director of Multimedia and Production at Harvard University - a leader in the IP space - takes attendees inside his all-IP athletics campus and breaks down the opportunities it offers.Tuesday, June 5, 2018SVG College Summit: Clemson's Rick Bagby, Georgia Tech's Andy Blanton Stress Importance of StudentsWhile the new ACC Network partnership with ESPN does not officially launch until deep into 2019, 15 ACC athletic departments are rapidly building out their facilities in preparation for a new era of video content creation. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Rick Bagby, Assistant AD, Video Technology at Clemson and Andy Blanton, Assistant AD, Video and Broadcast Services discuss how fostering student talent behind the scenes is crucial to the success of the entire operation.Tuesday, June 5, 2018ctg s josh shibler on how college control rooms have evolved about svg college summit 2018 on sportsTuesday, June 5, 2018SVG College Summit: What Would ACC Schools Change About the ACC Network If They Could Start Over?While the new ACC Network partnership with ESPN does not officially launch until deep into 2019, 15 ACC athletic departments are rapidly building out their facilities in preparation for a new era of video content creation. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, video directors from various ACC schools break down what they would differently if they could start over in the build out process.Tuesday, June 5, 2018SVG College Summit: Clemson's Rick Bagby on Teaching Students on His CrewsWhile the new ACC Network partnership with ESPN does not officially launch until deep into 2019, 15 ACC athletic departments are rapidly building out their facilities in preparation for a new era of video content creation. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Rick Bagby, Assistant AD, Video Technology at Clemson emphasizing that teaching students, at the end of the day, is the most important thing he does.Tuesday, June 5, 2018SVG College Summit: ACC Video Pros Share How They Are Readying For the ACC Network LaunchWhile the new ACC Network partnership with ESPN does not officially launch until deep into 2019, 15 ACC athletic departments are rapidly building out their facilities in preparation for a new era of video content creation. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, a panel of experts from athletic departments across the ACC share their experiences on how they are bolstering their facilities to ready for the new media venture.Tuesday, June 5, 2018SVG College Summit: Clemson's Rick Bagby on How the Tigers are Prepping for the ACC Network LaunchWhile the new ACC Network partnership with ESPN does not officially launch until deep into 2019, 15 ACC athletic departments are rapidly building out their facilities in preparation for a new era of video content creation. At the 2018 SVG College Summit, Rick Bagby, Assistant AD, Video Technology at Clemson University shares how his university is getting ready technologically for the exciting new venture.Monday, June 4, 2018SVG College Summit: Creative Directors Dissect Importance of Establishing BrandAs digital and social media has matured, solidifying one’s brand identity has become more critical for college athletic departments. At the SVG College Summit, Creative Directors in the field share their strategies for working with marketing departments and using technology to execute a cohesive brand. Panelists: Michael LaPlaca, University of Dayton, Assistant Athletics Director, Multimedia Mark Majewski, Boston College, Assistant Director, Graphic Design Services Simit Shah, Georgia Tech Athletic Association, Assistant Athletic Director, Brand and Ideation Moderator: Brandon Costa, SVG, Director, SVG CollegeFriday, June 1, 2018SVG College Summit 2018 Keynote: CBS Sports' Pete Radovich and Craig SilverThe 2018 SVG College Summit Keynote Conversation featured two of the most talented storytellers in the sports television business: CBS Sports' Emmy Award-winning Senior Creative Director Pete Radovich and Coordinating Producer for College Football Craig Silver. The keynote session – entitled “Modern Creative Storytelling in Live and Postproduction Sports Environments" – provided an inside look at how the two CBS Sports leaders create high-quality content both a live and non-live atmosphere. Most notably, the keynote conversation took SVG College Summit attendees behind the scenes of this year's production of the Army-Navy Game. Radovich detailed how he and his team created the inspiring Sports Emmy-winning show open for this year's game, while Silver addressed how his team inside the truck adapted to the compelling action on the field as it played out.Friday, June 1, 2018College Sports Media Awards Ceremony 2018 [FULL]The Sports Video Group (SVG) and National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA) joined forces on May 31 to honor the best in college-sports-video during the 10th-annual College Sports Media Awards, sponsored by Ross Video. The ceremonyThursday, May 31, 20182018 SVG College Pioneer Award Winner: Rick Bagby, Clemson UniversityThe Sports Video Group presented the 2018 SVG College Pioneer Award to Rick Bagby, assistant athletic director, video and technology, Clemson University, at this year's SVG College Summit at the Omni Hotel at CNN Center in Atlanta on May 31. The SVG College Pioneer Award celebrates those who have innovated in the fields of video production and technology at the university level and have advanced the industry at large. Bagby is in his 20th year overseeing the Athletic Video Services Department for Clemson University. He runs all live video streaming and live videoboard productions of athletic events at the university and has been one of the college-sports-video industry’s leading figures in technology innovation.Thursday, May 31, 20182018 SVG College Technology Leadership Award: Texas A&M's 12th Man ProductionsThe Sports Video Group and the National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics presented Texas A&M University the sixth-annual SVG/NACDA Technology Leadership Award on May 31 during the SVG College Summit in Atlanta. Andy Richardson, Assistant Athletic Director, 12th Man Productions, accepts the award here. The Technology Leadership Award is presented to the university athletic department that meets the outlined criteria of commitment to investment in and execution of broadcast and video infrastructure and technologies. Texas A&M, led by its highly robust and talented 12th Man Productions, has been one of the elite athletic departments in the country, committed to video production and technology since the early 1990s. The university dramatically expanded its efforts with construction of a new $11.8 million video-production facility as part of a renovation of Kyle Field in 2014. Today, 12th Man Productions oversees all video-production needs for the athletic department, providing content for television partners, the SEC Network, in-venue videoboards, and 12thMan.com. The department features a staff of 13 full-timers with nearly 90 students contributing to the overall efforts annually.Tuesday, May 22, 2018ChyronHego CEO Marco Lopez Talks Prudential Center, DFL's Sports Innovation 2018ChyronHego has been extremely busy throughout the first half of 2018, playing an integral role in a variety of sports-related projects and partnerships across sports broadcast, stadium production and in-venue experience, and sports technology.  ChyronHego recently partnered with the New Jersey Devils, EVS, and Trans-Lux to deploy its Unified Stadium concept at the Prudential Center in Newark, NJ, which upgraded its videoboard to the largest in the world prior to the 2017-18 NHL campaign. In addition, ChyronHego recently took part in the Sports Innovation 2018 event put on by the DFL at ESPIRIT Arena Düsseldorf, Germany, earlier this month. SVG sat down with ChyronHego CEO Marco Lopez, who took the helm five months ago, to discuss these projects and innovations, as well as the latest ChyronHego news.Thursday, May 10, 2018SVG IP Forum Keynote: Matthew Goldman on Broadcast Industry's Migration to All-IPAt SVG's IP Production Forum in New York City on May 9, Matthew Goldman – SMPTE President and Ericsson SVP, Technology, TV and Media – presented the Keynote Presentation delving into how the SMPTE ST 2110 Professional Media Over Managed IP Networks suite of standards will impact the broadcast industry moving forward. Entitled "Broadcast Migration to All-IP", the in-depth presentation provided attendees with an inside look at latest developments with respect to IP standards and what they mean for your operation – both today and tomorrow.Thursday, April 26, 2018Live From NFL Draft: NFL Media's Dave Shaw Takes Us Inside NFL Network's Largest Production EverEach year, NFL Media rolls out an even larger-scale production for the NFL Draft than the year prior. This year, however, the league’s media arm is taking it to a whole new level. With the Draft located in an NFL stadium for the first time and NFL Network’s early-round coverage being simulcast on Fox (marking the Draft’s first appearance on broadcast television), NFL Media has rolled out its largest Draft production to date at AT&T Stadium in Arlington. SVG speaks with NFL Media VP, Production Dave Shaw to discuss the massive production, the cameras and tech toys they have rolled out, the increasing role of NFL Digital, and how the Draft production has evolved over the years.Thursday, April 26, 2018NAB Show 2018: Canon Hosts Talk on Large Format Production in College SportsAt the 2018 NAB Show, Canon USA hosted a special panel discussion on large format production in the college sports environment and a collection of key college sports video production pros shared their thoughts and experiences in the purchasing and/or renting of lenses and cameras for their departments. Moderated by SVG's Ken Kerschbaumer, the conversation featured Auburn University's Weston Carter, University of Kentucky's Shane Fannin, Blue Ox Films' Taylor Kavanaugh, Kitay Productions' Joel Kitay, and Canon USA's Larry Thorpe. The discussion was hosted at Canon's Live Production Stage in the Central Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center.Monday, April 23, 2018SPORTELAsia: OTT and Piracy in Asia - An In-Depth Look at What to ExpectThe sports marketplace in Asia will be driven dramatically by the use of smartphones and tablets. That reliance on digital devices requires new ways of content creation, distribution and marketing. This panel discussion from the 2018 SPORTELAsia show, broke down how to develop a strategy best suited for the diversity of cultures in Asia. Apart of social media strategies, pricing models and more, the session also took a look at recent developments in content protection technologies and services. More than ever, the digital landscape requires a disciplined and focused approach to content protection and anti-piracy activities. The panel, moderated by SVG's Ken Kerschbaumer features: Chris Wagner, Neulion, EVP, Marketplace Strategy; Danny Menken, ELEVEN SPORTS, Group Managing Director Maurizio Barbieri, Twitter, Head of Sports Partnerships, SEA Bastian Casalta, TMG, CTOThursday, April 12, 2018NAB Show 2018: HGST's Shawn Klein on Western Digital Synergy and and the Future of StorageThe brands of Western Digital were all under one big roof at this year's NAB Show, as HGST, G-Technology, and SanDisk were all unified to deliver their message and innovations around the world of archive. Shawn Klein, HGST's Global Director of Strategic Alliances speaks with our Brandon Costa about the synergies between the companies and how the dynamic storage industry is challenging technology developers to meet increasing customer needs.Thursday, April 12, 2018NAB Show 2018: Quantum's Geoff Stedman Discusses the Company's Latest NAS SystemsFollowing the debut of a new entry-level NAS in September and a scale-out NAS in December, Quantum is spreading the word at this NAB Show of its products' elite performance. Geoff Stedman, SVP, Business Development at Quantum chats with our Jason Dachman about the success of these latest platforms while also teasing some other upcoming tech.Thursday, April 12, 2018NAB Show 2018: Inside Canon's New Lineup of Lenses With Larry ThorpeIf its NAB Show time, that means there's a load of lens and camera announcements to enjoy. Be it 4K, 8K, HDR, or just traditional HD, Canon certainly didn't dsappoint. Sports Broadcasting Hall of Famer and Canon Senior Fellow Larry Thorpe chats with our Jason Dachman about all of the new glass at this year's show and dives deeper into the future of 4K and 8K in the broadcast environment.Thursday, April 12, 2018NAB Show 2018: Dave Letson Offers a Peek Inside Calrec's Newest Brio ConsoleCalrec reigns as one of the leaders in audio solutions for the live sports video production industry and at this NAB Show, the company had a bunch of new toys to show off. Dave Letson, Calrec's VP of Sales joined our Jason Dachman to dive deeper into the newest Brio console, one that comes with a much smaller form factor than some of the company's larger lines. He also digs deep into the move to IP, an area of innovation where audio may have a leg up on video.Wednesday, April 11, 2018NAB Show 2018: Bexel's Lee Estroff and John Mills On Life Under NEPLast year, the popular video production equipment rental services provider Bexel was acquired by NEP and this NAB Show marks the first time the company is Las Vegas under NEP's umbrellas. VP, Account Development Lee Estroff and Business Development Manager John Mills stopped by to talk with our Jason Dachman to discuss the new world of Bexel, some of their latest customer wins, and much more.Wednesday, April 11, 2018NAB Show 2018: FUJIFILM's Gordon Tubbs on Using 4K For Better HDWhile the distribution of 4K content remains at a bit of a stall, the acquisition of 4K video is continuing to climb dramatically, as producers look to future-proof themselves. At the 2018 NAB Show, Gordon Tubbs VP, Broadcast and Communication Products - ‎FUJIFILM North America Corporation - Optical Devices Division spoke to our Brandon Costa about how 4K cameras and lenses can be critical in developing even better HD imagery and how its newest lenses are helping push the industry forward.Wednesday, April 11, 2018NAB Show 2018: Don Bird on Lawo's Transformation to IP InnovativeLawo established itself as a major player in the sports video production market with its outstanding audio consoles. Today, the company is branching out beyond its traditional audio solutions and is proving to be a significant contributor to the industry's transition to IP. At the 2018 NAB Show, Don Bird, VP, Business Development, North America spoke with our Jason Dachman about how IP is moving into the mainstream and how its solutions are supporting major projects like the new NEP-built Andrews Hub in Australia.