Monday, November 6, 2017Joe Schiavo: A TributeJoe Schiavo, the longtime technical director at ABC Sports — including 22 years as the TD behind Monday Night Football — and technical manager for YES Network, died over the weekend from complications related to a lung infection. He was 74. Relive Joe's spectacular career in this video tribute from his Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame induction in 2013.Friday, November 3, 2017SVG@Notre Dame: Inside the Technology at Martin Media CenterThe new Rex and Alice A. Martin Media Center at the University of Notre Dame is loaded with forward-thinking technology. In this panel discussion for our SVG@Notre Dame event last month, hear from key system vendors about how their technology made the vision for the center a reality. How were specific technology decisions made? What were the challenges those decisions presented to the integration team and the vendors? Panelists: Brendan Cline, BeckTV, System Engineer and Project Manager Martin Dyster, Telos Alliance, VP, Business Development Rick Seegull, Riedel, Manager System Consulting Vince Silvestri, Evertz, VP, Software Systems Moderator: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Executive Director, EditorialWednesday, November 1, 2017SVG@Notre Dame: Notre Dame Studios and the Athletic Use CaseNotre Dame Studios, a department within the Office of Information Technology, was formed to schedule and operate the Martin Media Center for use by a variety of University clients. In this presentation from our SVG@Notre Dame event last month, experts from the university wrestle with the following questions: What makes this model unique in the world of higher education? Hear from one of those University clients, Fighting Irish Media, on its approach to using the production tools within the Martin Media Center. What were the unique challenges and successes, particularly in programming the video board in ND Stadium? Presenters: Mike Bonner, Fighting Irish Media, Executive Producer, Live Events Ron Kraemer, University of Notre Dame, VP, Information Technology/Chief Information and Digital Officer Brock Raum, Fighting Irish Media, Supervising Producer Dan Skendzel, University of Notre Dame, Executive Director, Notre Dame StudiosFriday, October 27, 2017Campus Crossroads: Academic, Student Life, and Athletics IntegrationThe scope of Notre Dame's Campus Crossroads project spanned an unprecedented number of uses and users, including faculty, staff, students, coaches, fans, guests, community members, and more. How was this facility designed to support academic uses during the day, hospitality needs during evenings, and athletic events on weekends? Learn how it was possible to pull together such a complex construction and integration project in such a short period of time from this full panel conversation that took place during our SVG@Notre Dame event in South Bend, IN on October 11. Panelists: Paco Bayer, University of Notre Dame Athletics, Operations Manager, Joyce Center Doug Marsh, University of Notre Dame, VP, Facilities Design and Operations/ University Architect Ric Mauch, RCDD, University of Notre Dame, Manager Data and Voice Network Kevin Strite, University of Notre Dame, Project Manager, Office of Information Technologies Moderator: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Executive Director, EditorialWednesday, October 25, 2017SVG@Notre Dame: Dan Skendzel On How the Campus Crossroads Project Changed the Legendary UniversityThe Campus Crossroads Project was about more than just sports for the University of Notre Dame. Dan Skendzel, Executive Director of Notre Dame Studios describes the goals of the Irish's new facilities and discusses how he made a complete career change in embracing this project.Wednesday, October 25, 2017Notre Dame Athletic Director Jack Swarbrick Goes Inside the Comprehensive Campus Crossroads ProjectNotre Dame's Campus Crossroads project is one of the most robust and comprehensive video and technology renovations the sports industry has ever seen and it promises to change how the university - in athletics, academics, and faith - communicates with the world and tells its story. In a keynote conversation with our Brandon Costa at the SVG@Notre Dame event earlier this month, Notre Dame Director of Athletics and University Vice President Director Jack Swarbrick pulls back the curtain on what it was like to oversee the project, how he managed relationships across various departments within the university, and ultimate saw the vision to its completion.Friday, October 20, 2017SVG@Notre Dame: Scott Rinehart Breaks Down the Irish's Spectacular New Media FacilityIn a first-of-its-kind event for Sports Video Group, SVG@Notre Dame took attendees inside the stunning new media production facility showcasing the university's commitment to video infrastructure and technology designed to not only meet the needs of athletics but open up a whole new world of connectivity and storytelling for the entire campus. We stop to chat with Scott Rinehart, Director, Broadcast Technology at University of Notre Dame to discuss how it all came together and what the future holds for Notre Dame Studios.Friday, September 22, 2017Behind the Scenes at College GameDay in NYC's Times Square With ESPN's Bob BraunlichAs ESPN's iconic College GameDay pre-game show makes its New York City debut in Times Square, SVG catches up with ESPN VP of Remote Production Operations Bob Braunlich to discuss the challenges of producing a live event at "The Crossroads of the World", collaborating with ABC News' Good Morning America team, and more.Tuesday, September 12, 2017Remembering Don Ohlmeyer: Revist Ohlmeyer's 2008 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame SpeechSports television legend Don Ohlmeyer died on Sunday at the age of 72. Among his many accomplishments, he is credited with being the driving force behind the birth of the phenomenon of Monday Night Football and is widely considering one of the most impactful executives in sports television history. To remember Ohlmeyer, relive his Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame acceptance speech from December 2008.Monday, September 11, 2017Remembering Iconic Sports Television Executive Don OhlmeyerDon Ohlmeyer, a singular force whose creative vision and talents reshaped not only sports broadcasting but entertainment as well, has died at the age of 72. Relive the career of this industry titan in this tribute from his 2008 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame induction.