More than 200 attendees flocked to the 2nd Screen Summit: Sports in New York City this week as digital sports distribution and multiplatform content took center stage. Headlining the program was a keynote conversation with Clark Pierce, SVP, TV Everywhere and Special Projects, Fox Sports.
SVG’s ninth-annual Sports Asset Management & Storage (SAMS) Forum at the New York Hilton in Midtown Manhattan drew more than 300 industry leaders on Wednesday – the most ever for a SAMS event. Along with the 2nd Screen Summit: Sports on Tuesday, the Forum was part of a two-day SVG double header in New York […]
Will computerized, automated logging systems and technologies ever be smart enough to match human operators when it comes to handling the more mundane aspects of metadata logging and tagging? That was the debate during a session at the SVG Sports Asset Management & Storage Forum at New York’s Hilton hotel on July 29.
The latest installment in a parade of lucrative MLB rights deals with regional sports networks has arrived, as the St. Louis Cardinals and FOX Sports Midwest have inked at 15-year rights deal reportedly worth $1 billion. The new agreement will begin in 2018 and run 15 seasons through the 2032 season. In addition, the St. […]
The ever evolving innovations that are part and parcel of sports-broadcasting apps and streaming services will continue to accelerate in the future and will better leverage broadcast-production efforts, according to experts taking part in a session at SVG’s Second Screen Summit: Sports, held in New York City on July 28.
Delivering content directly to the consumer, or over the top, offers plenty of opportunity for content creators to reach fans wherever they are, build a community, and expand the brand. How should companies leverage their live-coverage rights, on-demand video, and infrastructure to build their own channel? And what, exactly, is OTT? At Tuesday’s 2nd Screen […]
The Sports Video Group will head back to Atlanta next year for the eighth-annual SVG College Sports Summit.
As college athletic departments and conferences expand their live sports programming for the Web and digital platforms, content creators still face challenges presented by some of the tougher sports to produce. Neither concurrent-participant events like gymnastics and wrestling nor geographically demanding sports like golf and cross-country have yet benefited from the growth of live event […]
The mission of the University of Notre Dame’s Fighting Irish Media (FIM) is to tell the stories of Notre Dame through the lens of athletics. The job is a big one: FIM covers 26 teams from football and basketball to swimming, fencing, tennis, golf, and lacrosse.
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