SVG Remote Production Forum 2022
Remote production technologies and workflows continue to evolve rapidly and the efforts at the 2022 World Cup by Fox Sports, Telemundo, HBS, and more have been a great showcase of new ways of working long-distance on global sporting events.
Remote Tech: Front-Bench Perspectives
How do producers and directors feel about having their production team and even announcers working from different locations? Do they feel working remotely impacts the quality of their production either positively or negatively? Are there new tools they are using to keep in touch with team members...
Remote Tech: Graphics and Replay
Two of the core technical craft areas that are taking advantage of new workflows are graphics and replay operations. Leaders in graphics and replay technologies will share their thoughts regarding a future where graphics and replay operators can increasingly do their job from afar with the help o...
2022 FIFA World Cup Preview featuring Fox Sports
Fox Sports executives provide an overview of their operations in Doha for the 2022 FIFA World Cup and how their operations here in the U.S. will play a role.
Kevin Callahan, Fox Sports, VP, Field Operations and Engineering
David Neal, Fox Sports, EP of FIFA World Cup on Fox and VP, Pr...
2022 FIFA World Cup Preview featuring Telemundo
Fox Sports won’t be the only U.S. broadcaster with a massive effort around the 2022 World Cup. Telemundo’s team will have operations humming in both Doha and Miami as the Spanish-language U.S. rights holder looks to deliver a wide range of content to soccer fans via over-the-air broadcast and Pea...
The Next Step in REMI Production Workflows: A LiveU Case Study
REMI Productions continue to usher in endless possibilities for broadcasters, rights holders, teams, leagues, and production companies to develop more content for less, increase fan engagement, create new monetization opportunities, and reduce the organization’s carbon footprint -–using high-qual...