Discuss the present and future of live sports video streaming with executives from ESPN, Fox Sports, Sinclair Broadcast Group, WarnerMedia and ViacomCBS
There is a tremendous amount of change and innovation happening in the circulatory system of live sports media right now: the transmission.
In this episode of The SVG Podcast, it is a ‘State of the Industry’ panel discussion on the most pressing issues facing the transmission segment and the contribution of the industry today. ‘hui.
We are joined by: Brad Cheney, Vice President, Field Operations and Engineering at FOX Sports; Ken Fuller, Vice President, Distribution and Technology at ViacomCBS; Julie Morrison, Content Delivery Manager at WarnerMedia Production Technology; Paul Spinelli, Director, Distribution and Network Systems at Sinclair Broadcast Group; and Adam Whitlock, Director of Remote Traffic Operations at ESPN.
The pandemic has dramatically altered the landscape for transporting and broadcasting live sporting events over the past year and a half. These leaders will explain how their strategies and operations have evolved as a result and how they see the industry evolving in the years to come.
This round table is moderated by SVG Editor, Jason Dachman, and is a larger conversation segment that was hosted as part of our TRANSPORT SVG Event. For the full panel discussion and for free access to all sessions of the event – including 5G, IP and REMI outages, public internet transmission, satellite and more, visit sportsvideo.org .
The SVG Podcast is intended for sports video production professionals looking to keep abreast of the latest sports video production operations and technologies. The program features interviews with some of the biggest and most influential names in the sports video industry, talking about trends and topics impacting the industry.
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