The MLB Postseason returns to Turner Sports and this year TBS is the exclusive home of the National League side of the bracket, beginning with Wednesday night’s Wild Card game between the Chicago Cubs and the Pittsburgh Pirates. The network has a few exciting production enhancements up its sleeve, including super slow motion cameras, Statcast […]
Over the past three years, the use of live drone coverage has become an increasingly hot topic in live sports production. Broadcasters and leagues see the potential to create unique new angles and capture competition like never before. However, drones have seen exponential growth in coaching videos and closed-set sports productions, but their use at […]
With the postseason tiebreaker puzzle finally settled, ESPN is now homed in on producing its lone postseason telecast: the American League Wild Card Game tonight. For the second consecutive year, the Wild Card Game will serve as the cap to ESPN’s MLB season, with three full hours of Astros-Yankees onsite pregame coverage from Yankee Stadium […]
The Sports Video Group is pleased to welcome Broadcasters General Store as a corporate sponsor. Since 1979, the company has supplied equipment to the broadcast industry, ranging from legendary stations to the smallest facilities.
The Sports Video Group is pleased to announce that The Systems Group, Illumination Dynamics, and Diversified Systems have renewed their mobile/integrator sponsorships. The Systems Group is a broadcast systems design and engineering firm. Illumination Dynamics is a lighting, grip, and power distribution company. Diversified Systems is a designer of turnkey integration solutions for sports media entities.
SVG’s FutureSPORT conference last week took a fresh look at the move to IP-based routing infrastructures, a move that will require a new way of thinking when it comes to remote-production operations and facility design. But the benefits are clearly there: more flexibility in handling future formats; less need for cabling, an important consideration in […]
Rogers has introduced Rogers 4K TV, the network’s commitment to go all-in on 4K in 2016, with plans to broadcast every Toronto Blue Jays home game and more than 20 marquee NHL games in 4K with high dynamic range (HDR) on Sportsnet.
Fox Sports Southwest has officially entered the age of large-scale 6X slo-mo replay with the launch of its Mobile TV Group 38 FLEX mobile unit. The two-trailer dual-feed production unit is the first of MTVG’s new fleet of FLEX mobile units, which deploy up to six 6X slow-motion camera systems and can also serve full-4K […]
The latest series of innovations in sports production and distribution technologies may actually be grinding the industry to a halt. That was the feeling expressed by panelists during a conversation at SVG’s FutureSPORT conference earlier this week.
EVS has been settling into its new 22,000 square metre facility in Liege, Belgium for the past few months but it wasn’t until this week that it really became a “home. Local government officials and others came out to check out the new and expanded facility that not only gives EVS room to grow but […]
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