2022 Sports Content Management Forum
Thursday, August 4, 2022WWE's Rex Canning on the Build Out of the Wrestling Giant's New Media FacilityWorld Wrestling Entertainment is currently constructing a new facility. What does that mean for the sports entertainment giant's media management workflows? At the 2022 SVG Sports Content Management Forum, Rex Canning, Senior Director of Media Management Services for WWE shares what its been like to build a new storage backend from, essentially, the ground up.Thursday, August 4, 2022FOX Sports' Dustin Myers on Readying Media Management Workflows for a Busy FallIt's the calm before the storm at FOX Sports. Or is it? As the network gears up for the return of the NFL and the MLB Postseason before the FIFA World Cup in November and the Super Bowl in February, staff is readying its facilities for the big rush. At the 2022 SVG Sports Content Management Forum, Dustin Myers, SVP, Production Operations for Fox Sports shares how his team is lining up their workflows and what key topics in the segment of media management he is keeping an eye on.Thursday, August 4, 2022Warner Bros. Discovery's Anne Graham on the Value of Industry-Wide Collaboration in Media ManagementIn a time of great transition for the sports media industry, management of large scale assets at the league and network level are shifting more to the cloud and into workflows accessible for nearly anywhere. At the 2022 SVG Sports Content Management Forum, Anne Graham, Manager of Strategy and Planning, Sports Media Services at Warner Bros. Discovery and the chairperson of this year's event shares her thoughts on the value of industry-wide collaboration and how it can make the entire process more efficient and profitable for all.Thursday, August 4, 2022NBA's Chris Halton Applauds the League's Storage, Archival Workflow During 75th Anniversary SeasonSeventy-five years after its first official game, the National Basketball Association has metamorphosed into a large-scale media giant. Whether its dazzling highlights on social media or developing long-form serialized content that tells the stories of their athletes, the league is handling an absurd amount of data on a daily basis. At the 2022 Sports Content Management Forum, NBA's SVP of Media Technology and Operations Chris Halton dissects how the league's storage workflow changed since 2020, how his team adjusts to the constant ingest of files every year, how their archival process was critical during the NBA's 75th anniversary season, and the challenges that lie ahead in the near future.