SVG Australia Summit 2023

SVG Australia Summit 2023

The 2023 SVG Australia Summit coincided with the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup, one of the most exciting events on the 2023 sports calendar. Sports production professionals from around the world as well as across Australia were part of our event this year, giving it a unique global perspective. Sessions went inside the World Cup production as well as some of the key technologies driving the sports production industry forward.

Thank you to the sponsors of the 2023 SVG Australia Summit:
Title Sponsor: Telstra
Case Study Sponsors: Fastly, LiveU, and Ross Video
Gold Sponsors: TAG Video Systems, Vizrt, WSC Sports,
Networking Break Sponsor: Signiant

SVG Australia Summit 2023
  • Inside the 2023 FIFA Women's World Cup

    The 2023 SVG Australia Sports Production Summit begins with an overview of the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Key executives involved with the efforts discuss their production plans, new workflows, and more as the Women’s World Cup is delivered to sports fans around the world from Australia and New...

  • Global Perspectives in Sports Production

    Rights holders from around the globe were in Australia and New Zealand for the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup. That provided a unique opportunity for a discussion around the key trends that are improving sports production around the world. How are they producing their content? What are key considera...

  • AI, Automated Production and What It Means to Sports Content Creation

    Artificial Intelligence coupled with automated production technologies and platforms are opening up new ways to cost effectively create content, deliver highlights to social media platforms, and much more. Technology leaders debate the ins and outs of AI and automated production, where it fits in...

  • Celebrating Women’s Sports: Why It’s Good Business

    In recent years the growth of women’s sports has become undeniable and it is also becoming a more powerful force for broadcasters and advertisers looking to reach new audiences. Leaders from across ANZ discuss the growth of women’s sports, why younger sports fans are primed to drive engagement ev...

  • Finding the Next Generation of Production Talent

    Sports channels, production companies, leagues, and teams find themselves with a lot more competition when it comes to attracting young talent. We’ll discuss the challenge of identifying great talent and, more importantly, training them and making them feel like a career in sports production is w...

  • How Will the Cloud Change Production?

    Cloud-based production systems are evolving rapidly and creating a new foundation for productions big and small. Cloud service providers, manufacturers, and production professionals discuss the move to live cloud production, considerations before making the leap, and working in a hybrid model.


  • Telstra Case Study: How A-Leagues Enhance Sponsorship Programs With Virtual Ads

    As Sporting Federations look to increase the value of their live broadcast events, the A-Leagues explain why they chose Supponor’s modular virtual advertising platform to expand their inventory across APAC and maximise sponsor value.

    David Adams, Supponor APAC (AMC), Chief Operating ...

  • LiveU Case Study: Affordable, Reliable Distribution at OFC Champions League 2023

    With all their content originating in the Pacific Islands, the Oceania Football Confederation (OFC) has long needed an affordable and reliable method of distributing their content to the wider Pacific Island Community. Hear from Chris Dredge, LiveU Pacific’s Country and Sales Manager how, using L...