State of the Industry: Meeting the Demands of the Live-Content Explosion
SVG College Summit 2022 • 46m
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 year that was and preview what’s to come.
Bennie Ashford, Mississippi State University, Senior Associate Athletic Director / Broadcast Operations & Live Events
Leah Gill, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, Assistant Athletics Director – Digital Media
Imry Halevi, Harvard University, Associate Director of Athletics - Content & Strategic Communications
Jared Schatz, Ross Video, SVP, Vertical Markets & Solutions
Ken Cleary, University of North Carolina, Associate Athletic Director – Go Heels Productions
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