National Lacrosse League’s End-to-End Production For ESPN+: Sports OTT Spotlight
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Live streaming of sports is changing the game in more ways than simply distribution models. For many leagues and broadcasters, end-to-end remote and even cloud-based workflows are allowing for more production of live games than ever before. For some leagues, it means the ability to produce one’s entire season of games. The National Lacrosse League joins the show to offer an in-depth look at the complete end-to-end remote production model that empowers the live streaming of the entire NLL season to viewers across the country on ESPN+.
Ed Derse, National Lacrosse League, Broadcast Operations and Technology Consultant
Pedro Gargano, Flowics, Customer Success Manager. U.S. & Brazil
Craig Gorbunoff, Grabyo, Sales Engineer
Ben Hayes, BitFire Networks, Director, Client Services
Kymberly Booth Higgs, Dragonfli Media Technologies, Producer
Brandon Costa, SVG, Director of Digital; SVG Sports OTT Forum Program Director
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