The State of Labor: How RSNs Are Managing a Shrinking Workforce and What’s Ahead for the Freelance Market
SVG RSN Summit 2022 • 38m
During the pandemic, the industry — on both the national and the regional level — saw an exodus of sports-production professionals when many industry veterans opted to retire or find new career paths. As a result, RSNs find themselves searching desperately for talented engineers and production crew to work the thousands of regional broadcasts they deliver each year. Broadcast-production-labor–services provider Program Productions presents an overview of the state of the current market, how it has evolved, and what to expect in the future.
Bob Carzoli, ProCrewz, Chairman of the Board and CEO
Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial
Up Next in SVG RSN Summit 2022
DTC and Authenticated Streaming: Deli...
As consumer viewing habits evolve and carriage disputes become more frequent, RSNs are looking for new ways to deliver live games and original content directly to consumers. Some have launched their own DTC streaming platforms — or have announced plans to do so —in order to reach fans directly wh...
The ‘BetCast’ and Beyond: Inside RSNs...
As RSNs look to capitalize on the expected revenue boost offered by legalized sports betting in their respective states, several have launched “BetCast” alternative presentations of games, wagering-focused studio shows and original programming, predictive-gaming contests for fans, and more. RSN l...
A Perfect Game – NESN Leads the Way f...
Join Bob Bolson, Director Solutions Architecture at Imagine Communications, as he talks with Kenny Elcock, VP Engineering at NESN, on planning and implementing the innovative technology behind the RSN’s successful broadcasts in native 4K/HDR.
Kenny Elcock, NESN, VP of Engineering