SVG College Summit 2022

SVG College Summit 2022

For the first time since 2019, SVG welcomed the collegiate athletics video production community back to Atlanta on June 13-14 for the SVG College Summit: two days of panels, case studies, workshops, and networking.

This year’s event — chaired by Ken Cleary, associate athletic director, Go Heels Productions, University of North Carolina — addressed the critical topics facing the business: live-broadcast/streaming strategies; live-production tools and solutions; cloud-based, REMI, and IP production models; content-distribution strategies; what Name, Image, and Likeness (NIL) means for you; staffing/training your production teams; and so much more.

SVG College Summit 2022
  • State of the Industry: Meeting the Demands of the Live-Content Explosion

    Live broadcast at an enormous scale is the established norm in collegiate athletics today, with athletic institutions of all shapes and sizes finding creative and innovative ways to produce hundreds of live broadcasts per year. Live-production professionals from across the industry reflect on the...

  • A New Content Landscape: What Does NIL Mean for You?

    Name, Image, and Likeness is changing the landscape of collegiate athletics. It is also offering collegiate athletic departments a new and lucrative avenue for both recruiting and serving student athletes. What resources should your team be investing in? What flavors of content are finding quick ...

  • Tools for Growth: The Gear Fueling the Democratization of Live Production

    From robotic/unoperated cameras to targeted microphone placement and innovative infrastructures, schools of all sizes are using cost-effective technologies to take their live productions to the next level. Pros who are pushing the envelope in new and accessible ways share their learnings and expe...

  • Connected Beyond Campus: How IP, Cloud, and REMI Productions Are Changing the Game

    The sports-video industry has been dramatically reshaped as a result of the pandemic. How has the way we think about work altered production models and infrastructures in collegiate athletics? Those who are producing in the cloud, via IP, and/or using REMI workflows to supplement their shows are ...

  • DTC Reboot? The Emergence of Subscription-Based Content Services

    A selection of college athletics’ biggest brands have launched their own subscription-based content services to explore a new, direct relationship with fans and alumni. Why did they do it, and what is there to be learned from those who have pulled the trigger on this distribution channel? Is it t...

  • Partnering in Storytelling: A NewTek Case Study

    NewTek has a long history working with our partners to deliver live sports production solutions to high schools and colleges across the USA. NewTek and NewTek Elite Partner, Digital Media Solutions, will highlight several recent projects.
    Chris Burgos, NewTek, Product and Sales Specialist

  • Best Practices in Long-Term Media Management and Preservation at University of Georgia: A Spectra Logic Case Study

    Faced with a growing and siloed media archive, the University of Georgia needed a solution to unify their media archives and to ensure long-term accessibility by deploying best practices to protect and preserve these irreplaceable assets even in the face of a disaster. Join this session to learn ...