Inside Texas A&M's Behind-the-Scenes Baseball Broadcast
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When it comes to producing live college baseball, one of the elite programs in the country resides in College Station, Texas. The award-winning team at Texas A&M Athletics and 12th Man Productions recently offered its fans a peek behind-the-scenes at all that goes into a live baseball show - with a crew largely made up of A&M students.
In this episode of SVG Rewind, we look back at this fun, unique production with 12th Man Productions' Assistant Athletics Director Buddy Kimberlin
and Director of Broadcasts Justin Argo to break down why they wanted to put together a show like this, what needed to be put in place to make it happen, and what advice they would offer another collegiate athletic department looking to do something similar.
The following is the full crew list from 12th Man Productions' Behind-the Scenes Broadcast:
Producer - Elissa Killebrew
Director - Thomas Burns
Chief Broadcast Engineer - Zack Bacon
Broadcast TV Engineer - Jonathan Kerr
AD - Maddie Pickard
AP - Pierce Newcomb
Xpression - Lydia Eaves
Xpression - Abby Jarrett
Dashboard - Havy Do
A1 - Riley Cameron
A2- Ryanne Marquez
A2 - Austin Cruse
TD - Jaden Williams
Cam 1 - Brock McKelvey
Cam 2 - Zack Flowers
Cam 3 - Connor Chappell
Cam 4 - Frank Ramirez
Cam 5 - Kassie Wentland
Cam 8 - Cole Knubley
Utility - Henry Holden
Dreamcatcher - Kincaid Callahan
Dreamcatcher - Sebastian Aguilar
V1 - Kyler Coleman
V2- Brandon Becerra
EIC - Thomas Lopez
E2 - Blake Goodman
E2 - Kade Trujilo
Big Screen Producer - Chris Bieschke
Big Screen TD - Jackie Jefferys
Big Screen Xpression - Riley Ballard
Big Screen Wireless #1 - Devonn Mendoza
Big Screen Wireless #2 - Ramiro Rodriguez
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