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.Friday, September 1, 2017ESPN's Terry Brady Takes Us Inside the New Tech at US Open 2017This year's US Open marks the third with ESPN as the host broadcaster in its fixed broadcast facility. We catch up with Terry Brady, Director, Remote Productions Operations for ESPN to discuss some of the new tech toys making their way into this year's production, including a new RF network and a front-row camera taken from ESPN's baseball work.Wednesday, August 30, 2017Yes Productions' Jim Moriarty Keeping Busy With Added Studio FacilitiesAs the fall sports season is fast approaching, mobile production providers are preapring themselves for a busy schedule of football broadcasts from pro to prep. New Orleans-based Yes Productions is no different. At the Alliance Productions Tech Expo in Indianapolis last week, we caught up with Yes Productions VP and GM Jim Moriarty to discuss some upcoming projects and to discuss how the company is finding new business through the building of new studio facilities.Tuesday, August 29, 2017Len Chase on CSP Mobile Productions' Summer of NFL Preseason Live ProductionsMobile production facilities provider CSP Mobile Productions is working with Tupelo Honey Raycom this summer to produce a handful of live preseason NFL games. That project has presented the opportunity to be the first to produce a live game in Atlanta's new Mercedes Benz Stadium and one of the first to produce a NFL game from Los Angeles' StubHub Center. CSP Mobile Productions president Len Chase talked about the experience when we ran into him and his team at the Alliance Productions Tech Expo in Indianapolis last week.Friday, August 25, 2017IMS Productions President Robby Greene on Developments in Motorsports ProductionAmong sports television productions, auto racing delivers some of the more innovative shows in the business. IMS Productions' president Robby Greene stopped to chat at this week's Alliance Productions Tech Expo in Indianapolis to discuss the latest with his company's efforts to bring fans closer to the action of motorsports.Wednesday, August 23, 2017Alliance Productions' Craig Farrell Sifts Though the Challenges Facing Remote Production4K. HDR. IP. At-home production. The list of emerging challenges and opportunities facing the remote production industry are lengthy. At the Alliance Productions Tech Expo in Indianapolis this week, production truck providers from around the country came together to help guide each other into an uncertain future. We catch up with Alliance Productions general manager Craig Farrell to get his take on where the industry is headed and why events like his are critical to help steering remote production in a profitable direction.Tuesday, August 15, 2017Turner Sports' Anne Graham on Experimenting With AI and Automation for MetadataContent management and proper storage of value assets is critical to preserving the past and solidifying the future of any major media company. However, many of the more important tasks, such as logging and proper metadata assignments can be truly monotonous tasks. We caught up with Anne Graham, Assistant Manager of Media Management for Turner Sports at our Sports Content Management and Storage Forum to discuss how her network is leading the charge in using technologies such as automation and artificial intelligence (AI) to help streamline the process and build ever stronger content libraries.Thursday, August 10, 2017Avid's Doug Price on the Early Success of Media Central Cloud UXAvid has undergone quite a transformation over the past couple of years. One of the latest major software-based introductions was Media Central Cloud UX, which first debuted at NAB Show 2017. We caught up with Doug Price, Director of Sales, Sports & Education for Avid to discuss the latest direction of the company and dig into some examples of major broadcasters, including the New York-based YES Network, who have bought into some of those new solutions.