State of the Industry: Sports Broadcasters Sound Off on Today’s Live-Transmission Landscape
SVG TranSPORT 2022 • 49m
TranSPORT 2022 kicked off with this annual “state of the industry” session, in which transmission-focused executives from major sports broadcasters addressed the most pressing issues facing the industry today. The pandemic has dramatically altered the landscape for backhauling and delivering live sports events over the past couple of years. These execs share how their strategies and operations have evolved as a result and how they see the industry changing in the coming years.
Brad Cheney, Fox Sports, VP, Field Operations and Engineering
Chris Connolly, NBC Sports Group, VP, Olympic Venue Engineering
Ken Fuller, ViacomCBS, VP, Distribution and Technology
Paul Spinelli, Sinclair Broadcasting Group, Director of Engineering
Adam Whitlock, ESPN, Director, Remote Traffic Operations
Jason Dachman, SVG, Chief Editor; 2022 TranSPORT Program Director
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