State of the Industry: Futureproofing Your Content in an Everchanging World
SVG Sports Content Management Forum 2022 • 50m
The pandemic rapidly accelerated many of the technology trends already being seen in the M&E industry, drastically changing many organizations’ media-management roadmaps. Meanwhile, with so much consolidation among both vendors and broadcasters in recent years, how can media managers ensure that content is always available and discoverable by whoever needs it wherever they are? Learn how major sports-media organizations are rethinking their internal workflows, embracing the cloud in order to innovate, and finding new ways to monetize their existing content.
Padraic Boyle, MLB Advanced Media, Senior Director, Enterprise Media
Kendall Ginsbach, Riot Games, Global Lead, Content Operations
Anne Graham, Warner Bros. Discovery, Manager of Strategy and Planning, Sports Media Services; 2022 SVG Sports Content Management Chair
Dustin Myers, Fox Sports, SVP, Production Operations
Dave Klee, A+E Networks, VP, Strategic Media Solutions
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