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DECEMBER 10-11, 2018 • NY HILTON MIDTOWN

AT-A-GLANCE

MONDAY, DECEMBER 10 Morning Workshops 8:30 – 10:00 a.m. 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. 10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

SVGW: Women in Sports Production Nassau IP Production Workshop Gramercy West/A Cloud and Virtualization Workshop Gramercy East/B DTVAG Audio Production and Distribution Workshop Concourse Room A SVG Digital Nassau

Afternoon Workshops 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. General Sessions: Remote Production Technology 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. Venue Production Workshop 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. Sports Content Management Workshop 1:00 – 5:15 p.m. NewsTECHForum 2:00 – 4:00 p.m. DTVAG Spectrum Workshop 5:30 – 6:30 p.m. Opening Night Reception in Technology Showcase Area TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11 8:30 – 9:45 a.m. General Sessions and Case Studies 9:45 – 10:15 a.m. Keynote Conversation: Charlie Ebersol 10:15 – 10:45 a.m. Networking Break 10:45 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. General Sessions and Case Studies 12:15 – 1:15 p.m. Networking Lunch 1:15 – 2:00 p.m. General Sessions and Case Studies 2:00 – 2:30 p.m. Networking Break 2:30 – 3:30 p.m. General Sessions and Case Studies 3:30 – 4:00 p.m. Keynote Conversation: Mark Lazarus

Trianon Ballroom Gramercy West/A Gramercy East/B Murray Hill Concourse Room A

Trianon Ballroom Trianon Ballroom Technology Showcase Area Trianon Ballroom Rhinelander Gallery Trianon Ballroom Technology Showcase Area Trianon Ballroom Trianon Ballroom

Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame (separate ticket required)

5:30 p.m. Reception • 7:00 p.m. Ceremony REGISTRATION HOURS MONDAY 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. • TUESDAY 7:30 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE HOURS MONDAY 4:00 – 6:30 p.m. • TUESDAY 8:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m. COAT CHECK HOURS MONDAY 8:30 a.m. – 7:30 p.m. • TUESDAY 7:30 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. page 4 / SVG SUMMIT

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MONDAY — DAY 1

MONDAY, DEC. 10 WORKSHOPS

DECEMBER 10-11, 2018 • NY HILTON MIDTOWN SVGW

8:30 – 10:00 a.m.

IP PRODUCTION

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10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

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DTVAG AUDIO PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION

10:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Concourse Room A (Concourse Level)

SVG DIGITAL

11:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Nassau

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1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

Gramercy West/A

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• CANON • CLEAR-COM • DAKTRONICS • GRASS VALLEY • KMH AUDIO-VIDEO INTEGRATION • LIVEU • PANASONIC • RIEDEL • ROSS • VITEC

GENERAL SESSIONS: 1:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. REMOTE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY

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2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Concourse Room A (Concourse Level)

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The Ongoing Battle With Latency: The Technology and Business Decisions Behind It Digital Content Case Study

1080p HDR Production Workflows: Are We There Yet?

IABM Case Study

Remote Production Design Update: New Trucks, New Trends

3:30 p.m.

4:00 p.m.

4:45 p.m.

4:30 p.m.

4:15 p.m.

3:45 p.m.

3:15 p.m.

A Whole New World: 5G, AI, HDR-Streaming On-Deck to Dominate 2019?

Networking Break

Networking Break

2:45 p.m.

2:30 p.m.

3:00 p.m.

Digital Content Case Study: Bleacher Report

Digital Technology Case Study

The State of Social Streaming: How Digital Content and Its Operations Differentiates Itself

Digital Technology Case Study

Bringing Fans Closer, Making Them Smarter: Next-Generation Graphics and Data Visualization

New Standards That Will Make a Difference

SVG DIGITAL Nassau Suite, 2nd Floor

The Virtualized Truck: Mapping Out a Software-Based Future

2:15 p.m.

2:00 p.m.

1:45 p.m.

1:30 p.m.

1:15 p.m.

1:00 p.m.

GENERAL SESSIONS: REMOTE PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY Trianon Ballroom, 3rd Floor

Networking Break

12:30 p.m.

DTVAG Audio Production and Distribution

DTV AUDIO GROUP Concourse Room A, Concourse Level

Spectrum

DTV AUDIO GROUP Concourse Room A, Concourse Level

AFTERNOON WORKSHOPS

Keynote Conversation: The Story Behind “Mike’s On!”

12:15 p.m.

12:00 p.m.

OTT and Direct-to-Consumer: Highlights From a Breakout Year Digital Technology Case Study

IT Network Security: Keeping the Wolves at Bay

Compound IT Networks: Tips and Best Practices

The Move to IP: Getting Practical

SVG DIGITAL Nassau Suite, 2nd Floor

11:45 a.m.

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10:15 a.m.

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IP PRODUCTION Gramercy Suite West/A, 2nd Floor

MORNING WORKSHOPS

Vendor-Broadcaster Q&A: State of the MAM Marketplace

LTO Roadmap and Applications: What Does the Future Hold for Tape?

Networking Break

Keynote Presentation: Inside NFL Media’s MAM Overhaul

Turbocharging Your Storage: The Power of NVMe and Next-Gen Tech

AI vs. Machine Learning: What’s the Difference and Why It Matters

SPORTS CONTENT MANAGEMENT Gramercy Suite East/B, 2nd Floor

The Flexible Future: Virtualization, SaaS, and the Move to the Cloud

MLB Case Study: How the Cloud Will Power the MiLB Media Revolution

Where’s the Line? The Intersection of Cloud-Based & Internal MAM Systems

CLOUD AND VIRTUALIZATION Gramercy Suite East/B, 2nd Floor

The Great Debate: Is HDR the Future of In-Venue Video?

Designing A Broadcast-Friendly Sports Venue That Works for Everyone

Networking Break

How Systems Integrators Make Technology Decisions and Execute Client Needs

Importance of Upfront Coordination in Control Room Design

NBA Case Study

The Latest in Fan Engagement: Local Teams Weigh In

VENUE PRODUCTION Gramercy Suite West/A 2nd Floor

Planning and Managing the Year’s Biggest Events

SVGW Nassau Suite, 2nd Floor

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MONDAY WORKSHOP GRID

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MONDAY — DAY 1

MONDAY, DEC. 10

2:45 – 3:00 p.m. NETWORKING BREAK

GENERAL SESSIONS: Remote Production Technology Location: Trianon Ballroom, Third Floor

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3:00 – 3:30 p.m. 1080P HDR PRODUCTION WORKFLOWS: Are We There Yet?

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12:55 – 1:00 p.m. OPENING REMARKS Arlene Campbell, Grass Valley, SVP, Global Sales

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1:00 – 1:45 p.m. NEW STANDARDS THAT WILL MAKE A DIFFERENCE

When it comes to future sports production formats, is 1080p combined with HDR the sweet spot in terms of cost and performance? What is the current state of an all 1080p workflow with or without HDR? And if HDR is desired, how can it most easily be layered into a production? MODERATOR: Glenn Adamo, Ivanhoe Media & Entertainment, Principal PANELISTS:

Matthew Goldman, SMPTE President, discusses the latest advances in standards development and how they will impact the way sports content is produced, managed, and distributed. Join us for this informative session that will help you stay knowledgeable on next-generation developments. PRESENTER: Matthew Goldman, MediaKind, SVP of Technology; SMPTE, President

Craig Bernstein, NBC Sports Group, Senior Director, Remote Technical Operations and Engineering Brad Cheney, Fox Sports, VP, Field Operations and Engineering Mike Francis, CBS Sports, VP, Remote Engineering and Planning Rob Willox, Sony Electronics, Director of Marketing, Media Solutions

1:45 – 2:15 p.m. BRINGING FANS CLOSER,

3:30 – 3:45 p.m. IABM CASE STUDY: Sports Production Perspective: Drivers of Change

What are the most salient recent trends in the sports broadcast production sector? IABM draws on the latest research among its 500+ member companies in 55 countries, extracting the key statistics that will point the way forward for the sports production and broadcasting business. PRESENTER: Stan Moote, IABM, CTO

MAKING THEM SMARTER: Next-Generation Graphics and Data Visualization SPONSORED BY

There are more and more ways to use Augmented Reality technology, camera tracking, and data visualization to give more impact to a sports production. What are some of the new ways that networks and leagues are using technology to engage with viewers in new ways? MODERATOR: Christina Mixon, Mixon Digital, Managing Director PANELISTS:

Carol Boyle, ESPN, Senior Creative Director, Creative and Studio Direction Bryan Bray, Ross Video, Project Manager and ARVS Production Specialist Kevin Prince, MLB, VP, Emerging Technologies Per von Rosen, Sportradar, Product Manager, Broadcast

2:15 – 2:45 p.m. THE VIRTUALIZED TRUCK:

Mapping Out a Software-Based Future

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The days of dedicated hardware and dedicated networks may be a thing of the past sooner rather than later. Some product categories are already in the midst of making the transition while others are getting ready to make the switch. How will the move to flexible infrastructures impact the way products and services are sold and managed? And are there any downsides? MODERATOR: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial Services PANELISTS:

Jeff Byle, Fox Sports Detroit, Executive Producer Nick Garvin, Mobile TV Group, Chief Operating Officer Joop Janssen, Aperi, CEO Scott Rothenberg, NEP Group, SVP, Technology and Asset Management

3:45 – 4:30 p.m. REMOTE PRODUCTION DESIGN UPDATE: New Trucks, New Trends

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A number of new trucks hit the road in 2018. Experts involved in those truck builds take to the stage to discuss their new vehicles, what new technologies made a difference in terms of future proofing and new capabilities, and what’s on the drawing board for 2019. MODERATOR: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial Services PANELISTS:

Mark Hilton, Grass Valley, VP, Live Production Joe Signorino, NEP U.S. Mobile Units, VP, Systems Integration Jason Taubman, Game Creek Video, VP, Design and New Technology Peter Wehner, Mobile TV Group, Director of Engineering

5:30 – 6:30 p.m. OPENING NIGHT RECEPTION IN TECHNOLOGY SHOWCASE AREA SPONSORED BY

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GENERAL SESSIONS: State of the Industry Location: Trianon Ballroom, Third Floor

7:30 a.m. REGISTRATION OPENS SPONSORED BY

7:30 – 8:30 a.m. NETWORKING BREAKFAST

11:30 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. OTT, SOCIAL MEDIA, AND THE IMPACT ON PRODUCTION

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As OTT and social media content delivery becomes prevalent and more important to sports fans, there is more demand than ever on production teams to create content in new ways. How are networks and leagues changing their production philosophies and workflows to keep fans engaged on every screen? MODERATOR: Brandon Costa, SVG, Director of Digital PANELISTS:

Michael Allen, NBA, SVP, Digital Product Management Andrew Barge, Twitter, Head of Sports Broadcast Partnerships Eric Black, NBC Sports Digital and Playmaker Media, CTO

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8:30 a.m. SVG CHAIRMAN’S WELCOME PRESENTED BY: Tom Sahara, Turner Sports, VP, Operations and Technology

8:40 – 9:00 a.m. ESPORTS MARKET INSIGHTS

12:15 – 1:15 p.m. LUNCH

Location: Rhinelander Gallery, Second Floor

PRESENTED BY

Who is watching esports, and what’s the potential growth in 2019? And what are the parallels to conventional sports? Industry leader Mike Sepso shares his thoughts on the future of esports. FEATURING: Mike Sepso, Electronic Sports Group (ESG), Chairman INTERVIEWED BY: Brandon Costa, SVG, Director of Digital

1:15 – 1:45 p.m. ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE

9:00 – 9:05 a.m. WELCOMING REMARKS

The combination of artificial intelligence and automated production tools is already impacting the way sports events are produced. But the technologies are still in the early stages and there is much to be learned. Are all AI systems created equal? How can one evaluate which AI system is the smartest for the task? And can AI coupled with automated production really tell the story? MODERATOR: Jason Cohen, CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network, VP, Remote Technical Operations

PRESENTED BY:

PRESENTED BY

Jamie Lerner, Quantum, CEO and President

9:05 – 9:45 a.m. WHAT’S NEXT IN SPORTS TECH? Whether it is a new POV camera, improved audio mixing, augmented reality, or data visualization, there are more ways than ever to keep fans engaged. What are some of the cool developments in 2018 that can make a difference moving forward? MODERATOR: Jason Dachman, SVG, Chief Editor PANELISTS:

Craig Bernstein, NBC Sports Group, Senior Director, Remote Technical Operations and Engineering Chris Brown, Turner Sports, Senior Director, Technical Operations Jason Cohen, CBS Sports and CBS Sports Network, VP, Remote Technical Operations Michael Davies, Fox Sports, SVP, Technical and Field Operations Carlos Jimenez, Univision Networks, Director of Technology, Sports and Entertainment

9:45 – 10:15 a.m. LAUNCHING A NEW LEAGUE: Inside the AAF with Charlie Ebersol

AND AUTOMATED PRODUCTION: The Great Debate

TUESDAY — DAY 2

TUESDAY, DEC. 11

SPONSORED BY

PANELISTS:

Dennis Cleary, ESPN, Director, Remote Production Operations Steve Grigely, Fox Sports Regional Networks, VP, Technical Operations

1:45 – 2:00 p.m. EVS CASE STUDY: Virtualizing Resources at the US Open SPONSORED BY

Hear how broadcast partners benefitted from virtualization during the coverage of the US Open Grand Slam tennis tournament at the USTA Billie Jean King National Tennis Center and U.S. Open in Shinnecock Hills Golf Club. PRESENTER: James Stellpflug, EVS, VP, Product Marketing

FEATURING: Charlie Ebersol, Alliance of American Football (AAF), Co-Founder & CEO INTERVIEWED BY: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial Services

2:00 – 2:30 p.m. NETWORKING BREAK

10:15 – 10:45 a.m. NETWORKING BREAK

SPONSORED BY

10:45 – 11:15 a.m. THE BUSINESS OF REMOTE PRODUCTION

2:30 – 3:15 p.m. ESPORTS, BROADCASTING, AND WHY IT MATTERS SPONSORED BY

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The remote-production industry is constantly in a state of motion as remote production service providers look to meet ongoing client needs and develop new facilities with an eye to a future. What are the current challenges in the remote production business? MODERATOR: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial Services PANELISTS:

Mary Ellen Carlyle, Dome Productions, SVP and GM Philip Garvin, Mobile TV Group, Founder and CEO Pat Sullivan, Game Creek Video, President and Founder Mike Werteen, NEP Broadcast Services, President

11:15 – 11:30 a.m. DOLBY CASE STUDY: The Home Entertainment Experience: From Yesterday to Black Friday and Beyond SPONSORED BY

Televisions have become cheaper, bigger, smarter, faster, and brighter. Streaming services have fundamentally changed the way consumers watch and listen to their entertainment. Hear how the home entertainment experience has evolved and why that matters. PRESENTER: Jeff Houle, Dolby, VP of Commercial Partnerships

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Esports continues to rise in prominence and traditional networks and leagues increasingly are getting involved with new efforts to get engaged with the esports community. What is the role that esports will play alongside the traditional sports community? How do esports productions and operations differ from a stick and ball sport? And what does esports mean to your business? MODERATOR: Jason Dachman, SVG, Chief Editor PANELISTS:

Jamie Leece, Major League Baseball, SVP, Games and VR Mitch Rosenthal, Riot Games, Head of Production and Operations Marc Scarpa, Simplynew, Founder Ben Winter, Turner Sports/ELEAGUE, Interactive Coordinating Producer

3:30 – 4:00 p.m. CLOSING KEYNOTE

WITH MARK LAZARUS, NBC Broadcasting and Sports, Chairman

FEATURING: Mark Lazarus, NBC Broadcasting and Sports, Chairman INTERVIEWED BY: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Co-Executive Director, Editorial Services

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TUESDAY — DAY 2

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DECEMBER 10-11, 2018 • NY HILTON MIDTOWN

KEYNOTE CONVERSATIONS TUESDAY, DECEMBER 11 Location: Trianon Ballroom, Third Floor

9:45 – 10:15 a.m.

CHARLIE EBERSOL, AAF, Co-Founder and CEO

IEbersol is co-founder and CEO of the Alliance of American Football, the eight-team professional football league that begins play in February 2019. Ebersol and The Alliance team, including co-founder Bill Polian, have assembled a vibrant property even before the league’s first snap. Part of what makes The Alliance intriguing is the mission to deliver quality football first and foremost, and to simultaneously couple the game with technology in ways that change how fans consume and interact with sports and television. The AAF blueprint includes the development of streaming video systems, data, mobile, desktop, and OTT apps that integrate the best of TV with the best of the internet. Ebersol, also an executive producer and director, in 2011 co-founded The Hochberg-Ebersol Company, THE, with Justin Hochberg and Mike Lanigan (later changing the name to “The Company,” following Hochberg’s departure). Ebersol also is co-creator and executive producer of NFL Characters Unite, a yearly television special on USA Network, and The Profit on CNBC. Further credits include: Strike Team (ESPN Films), “This Was the XFL” (ESPN 30 for 30), Gold Medal Families (Lifetime), The Moment (USA), Rooster and Butch (A&E), and the documentaries Don’t Look Down and Ithuteng: Never Stop Learning.

3:30 – 4:00 p.m.

MARK LAZARUS,

NBC Broadcasting and Sports, Chairman ILazarus is chairman of NBC Broadcasting and Sports, NBCUniversal. He oversees the NBC Sports Group, which consists of NBC Sports, NBC Olympics, NBCSN, Golf Channel, Olympic Channel, NBC Sports Regional Networks, NBC Sports Radio, NBC Sports Digital, and two transactional sports businesses, GolfNow and SportsEngine. Lazarus also oversees NBC Broadcasting, which includes the NBCUniversal-owned television stations (40 NBC and Telemundo local television stations), affiliate relations and affiliate marketing, as well as network operations and broadcast standards. Lazarus began his term as chairman of NBC Sports Group in May 2011. He manages partnerships with many of the most prestigious properties in sports, including the International Olympic Committee and United States Olympic Committee, the NFL, NHL, PGA TOUR, The R&A, PGA of America, Premier League, Notre Dame, Churchill Downs, and many more. Prior to being named chairman, Lazarus was responsible for all NBC Sports Group cable assets as president of NBC Sports Cable Group. He served as president of Media and Marketing for CSE prior to his roles at NBC Sports Group, and led the agency’s sports and entertainment Media and Marketing divisions. Lazarus was president of Turner Entertainment Group prior to joining CSE. Previously, he served as president of Turner Sports from 1999 to 2003.

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dder Technology (MB 33), the high performance IP KVM specialist, will provide expert insight on its latest broadcast solutions, including the highly acclaimed ADDERLink INFINITY 100T (ALIF100T). Complimenting Adder’s existing ADDERLink Infinity range, the ALIF100T simplifies the upgrading process of KVM systems from analogue to digital, while freeing up crucial rack space.

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JA (MB 28) offers a wide range of solutions for broadcast, production, postproduction, proAV, and more. This year, AJA will be showcasing the latest in video conversion equipment and fiber extenders. From streaming, capture, conversion, and recording, AJA has the solutions to take you to the next level.

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JT Systems, a Division of Daktronics (P 62) develops real-time live-to-air graphics rendering and video server systems for the broadcast TV industry. Our products are in use 24/7/365 with domestic and international broadcasters, delivering leading-edge graphics for sports markets. The Livebook GFX SportsApps are tailored to each sport to provide a simplified user workflow.

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ldea (L 2) is a leading provider of high quality, ultra-low latency, and reliable video services and solutions for the television and media industries. The company provides end-to-end worldwide transmission and content distribution services and operates an extensive fiber-based network, with points-of-service covering 35 cities and 25 countries throughout the Americas and Europe.

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rvato Systems (MB 29) is presenting EditMate and MediaPortal from its suite of broadcast products. EditMate is its Adobe Premiere-based PAM solution for collaborative editing and project management. MediaPortal is a powerful browser-based search tool that allows single-screen search across multiple databases, social media, and news feeds, simplifying and accelerating the creative process.

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spera, an IBM Company (MR 12) will present innovations in streaming broadcast quality video over unmanaged IP networks, solving the challenges organizations face in remote production and live event

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streaming. Learn how Aspera’s FASPStream technology overcomes limitations of live streaming over TCP, delivering media across any distance at maximum speed.

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ethink Possible. AT&T (R 74) is leading the way to the future — for customers, businesses, and the industry. The company continues to develop new technologies to make it easier for customers to stay connected. AT&T envisions a world where everything and everyone work together, a world that works for you.

studio, or a simple OB van flypack. BroaMan will display complete product portfolio including the latest Mux22 Redundant and FrameSync8.

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alrec (MB 24) will show the Brio console and RP1 Remote Production unit. With a new 96-channel expansion pack, Brio is Calrec’s biggest-ever tiny console, packed with pure broadcast features. RP1 gives broadcasters the ability to capture a range of live events and mix them in a remote facility thousands of miles away.

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rainstorm (MB 36), a specialized company in realtime 3D graphics, augmented reality, and virtual set solutions, will showcase the latest content created worldwide for sports and sports entertainment applications, using solutions such as Aston for graphics creation CG and playout, and InfinitySet for virtual set and photorealistic augmented reality with Unreal Engine.

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utanix, with Bridge Digital (MR 18), makes infrastructure invisible so that sports broadcast organizations can focus on what’s most import to them. Nutanix provides an on-premise enterprise cloud platform that brings all of the benefits of the public cloud and simplifies the management of production applications, remote locations, virtual desktop for editing, and server virtualization.

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p your game and discover a smarter, faster way to present your content. Gain on-the-fly ingest, editing, and playout capabilities with Avid (MR 17) FastServe | Live Edit. Bring visual excitement to any sport with Maestro | Live. And enlighten and entertain fans using powerful in-studio storytelling with Maestro | PowerWall.

WS Elemental, an Amazon Web Company (MB 48), combines deep video expertise with the power of the AWS cloud. Solutions services from AWS Elemental give customers the power to quickly, easily, and economically scale and optimize video operations, freeing them to focus on what matters: transforming ideas into compelling content that captivates viewers.

roaMan (R 66) offers solutions for every application that requires broadband video, audio, intercom and IP routing, conversion, and transport over fiber — whether an advanced system for broadcast

anon U.S.A. (R 67) is a leading provider of lenses, camcorders, cameras, and reference displays for the sports video production industry. The company is committed to the highest level of customer satisfaction and loyalty, providing award-winning service and support, with customized service options and state-ofthe-art centers across the country.

ith customers in more than 60 countries and an intense focus on the customer experience, CenturyLink (R 64) strives to be the world’s best networking company by solving customers’ increased demand for reliable and secure connections. CenturyLink brings 25+ years of broadcast video experience and a full portfolio of end-to-end video services and solutions.

hyronHego (P 55) will demonstrate the Sports FX Engine, which hosts multiple graphics applications, including the Paint telestrator, Virtual Placement ad insertion, and Virtual 1st Down & Distance. The Sports FX Engine is your multi-sport, multi-revenue-generating sports graphics solution. We’ll also present a new integration between our PRIME Graphics Platform and Virtual Placement.

isco (R 68) is powering new opportunities for content providers to increase revenue and profitability from enhanced audience engagement. See how Cisco has expanded the Media Blueprint by driving innovation to address the business needs of new segments such as sports, and increasing relevance across IT organizations and lines of business.

lear-Com, an HME Company (P 63), is a global provider of professional real-time communication solutions. We will be presenting new features and functions in the FreeSpeak II Wireless Intercom #SVGSUMMIT


System, SIP and Agent-IC mobile app support in the LQ Series IP Interfaces, and enhanced capacities of the HelixNet Digital Network Partyline Intercom.

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nleash your creative potential with Cloudian (MB 50) active archive storage. Get the capacity you need to support 4K, 8K, and VR/360 formats, and leverage Cloudian’s fast disk access to fit in your timepressured workflow. Free yourself from high-cost conventional disk at a cost comparable to tape. Cloudian has solutions to fit your storage needs.

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n industry innovator, Evertz (MB 46) is the leading manufacturer of broadcast equipment and solutions, delivering cutting-edge IP, live production, virtualized, cloud-based, UHD/HDR, orchestration, monitoring and analytic software, compression, remote production, and RF solutions to broadcasters around the world. Evertz’ customer base also includes telcos, satellite, cable TV, and IPTV providers.

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obalt Digital (R 69) designs and manufactures award-winning edge devices that help live production facilities transition to IP, 4K, HDR, at-homeproduction, and beyond. As a founding partner in the openGear initiative, Cobalt offers a best-of-breed interoperable platform that simplifies technological adoption. Cobalt Digital products are backed with a five-year warranty.

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omrex (P 56) EarShot IFB is a hardware-based system that provides telephone-based live studio program and IFB audio to field-based remote broadcasts. Comrex LiveShot delivers high-quality, low-latency video and audio over a range of IP networks, and is capable of providing two-way media simultaneously.

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reative Dimensions (R 71) is a trailblazer in the broadcast market. We’re a sought-after partner working with brands like ESPN, Dallas Cowboys, Baltimore Ravens, Microsoft, PepsiCo, Denver Broncos, YES Network, and more. Need something portable? We have you covered with our VERSA product line offering lightweight tool-less solutions for desks and more!

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olby (L M1) transforms the science of sight and sound into breakthroughs that deliver incredibly vivid experiences in the cinema, at home, at work, and on the go — experiences so lifelike that people feel as if they’ve been transported into an action-packed game, a captivating movie, or an amazing concert.

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NCO Systems’ (MB 37) product line crosses all aspects of today’s automated broadcast and production workflows, including closed captioning, visual radio, audio compliance, instant media playout, remote contribution, and cloud-based web streaming. Its two flagship systems, DAD and MOM, bring the industry’s best reliability, cost-efficiency, and intuitive operation to automated radio and TV operations worldwide.

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ntroduced at IBC 2018, EVS’ (R 78) innovative PMZ hypervisor allows production trucks to optimize rack space and save configuration time by virtualizing their back end resources. Used alone or grouped in a processing cluster, the PMZ’s software-defined infrastructure lets them easily scale their resources up or down for greater production agility.

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ingerWorks ReVu, the industry-leading LIVE Telestration software, is launching a partnership with neo 360, the groundbreaking touchscreen video control technology. We will have a live demonstration of FingerWorks ReVu’s full suite of telestration tools as well as neo 360’s precise touchscreen clip control of speed, direction and frame.

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OR-A’s (R 76) lineup includes: the HVS-490 HANABI switchers, ClassX content creation and graphics playout solution, Variant Systems Group’s Envivo Replay sports and live event replay solution, and ODYSSEY Insight multi-channel video server. ClassX and Envivo Replay are integrated with all FOR-A HANABI production video switchers.

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n this cognitive and multicloud era, IBM Systems (R 70) helps enterprises across all industries to transform, innovate, and grow. Combining decades of storage technology excellence, experience, and expertise across all industries — including sports and entertainment — IBM Storage helps organizations unlock the value of data while optimizing data economics.

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HSE USA’s (R 79) KVM solutions turn mobile trucks into highly efficient and easily configurable multiunit production centers with the draco tera enterprise matrix switchers. These systems use fiber interconnects to tieline A/B unit replay sources. IHSE offers a wide range of extenders for Displayport, HDMI, DVI, VGA, USB, Audio, and RS-422 control.

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eading in the world of live production with its field-proven, standards-based platforms, Imagine Communications (MB 43) enables studios, venue control rooms, and mobile facilities to take full advantage of the agility and efficiency of IP-based infrastructures, while upgrading operations to support HDR, UHD, and beyond.

IMT Vislink (MB 38) is the leading worldwide manufacturer of premium wireless camera systems. Our product line includes the lowest delay 4K solution and the smallest and lightest HD transmitter available anywhere. We offer a full range of sizes and budgets to fit any application including fancam, Steadicam, drone, and broadcast.

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ujifilm Optical Devices Division (L 3) will be showing the new additions to FUJINON’s UA Series of 4K broadcast zoom lenses — UA70x8.7 (Field Box) and UA46x9.5 (Portable). Both lenses feature Fujifilm’s latest, patented coatings and optical designs to achieve eye-popping High Dynamic Range (HDR) images and the image stabilization systems. 

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rass Valley, a Belden Brand (R 80), is focused on empowering customers to create, control and connect content wherever, however, and whenever it is consumed. We provide the innovative tools and expertise to help customers improve the efficiency of their operations while telling better stories to attract and keep viewers.

oseph Electronics (MB 45) is an authorized stocking distributor for more than 100 premier broadcast and pro A/V brands. JE also designs, manufactures, and supplies innovative custom fiber solutions for broadcasters and system integrators alike. JE can fabricate, terminate, or repair any connector, assembly, panel, breakout, or interface in use today.

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uniper Networks (MB 40) simplifies the complexities of networking with products, solutions, and services in the cloud era to transform the way we connect, work, and live. Through engineering and innovation, we remove the traditional constraints of networking to enable our customers and partners to deliver automated, scalable, and secure networks that connect the world.

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awo (MB 49) solutions support IP-based live sports and entertainment production, including V_matrix

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all-IP routing and processing with software-defined virtual modules, VSM/SOUL and SMART solutions for network control and monitoring, the infinitely expandable and scalable Distributed Multiviewer with theWALL drag-and-drop configurator, and a complete range of audio consoles and automated mix engines.

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egrand AV (L M2) will be showcasing a PSRU floor stand with a monitor on it. The PSRU is an easyto-install portable flat panel stand designed to handle the stress of building up and tearing down. It quickly breaks down to take up less storage space. Legrand AV will also have its Impact On-Wall Kiosk.

quer the complex challenges of 3D content creation, and unprecedented integration with the Adobe Creative Suite and other tools artists depend on to create motion graphics.

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icrosoft (L 9) is a leading platform and productivity company for the mobile-first, cloud-first world, and its mission is to empower everyone to achieve more. Microsoft Azure is a growing collection of integrated cloud services that developers and IT professionals use to build, deploy, and manage applications through our global network of datacenters.

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imelight Networks (P 57), an experienced leader in live and on demand sports video delivery, will highlight Limelight Realtime Streaming, the first globally scalable solution that delivers realtime live broadcast-quality video to sports fans everywhere using standard web browsers. With Limelight Realtime Streaming, you can bring your online fans into the action like never before.

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iveU (MB 41) provides the best quality live video coverage of sporting events for TV, online, and social media. The LU600 4K HEVC enables broadcasters and sports organizations to transmit and produce compelling live content using bandwidth efficiencies. The LU300 HEVC is the latest addition to LiveU’s portfolio.

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arshall (MR 14) is a leading manufacturer of cameras, monitors, converters, and A/V production equipment for the broadcast and professional A/V markets. Marshall’s industry-leading compact cameras excel at delivering crisp 4K, UHD, and HD video in a compact footprint for applications in professional sports, reality television, news, and live events.

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torage, workflow, lifecyle solutions for M&E: Masstech’s (R 81) FlashNet is a media object storage application designed specifically to optimize the storage management of broadcast and video content. MassStore is Masstech’s media object framework, a collection of services that, together, provide basic management functions of media objects, such as movement, transformation, enrichment, and search.

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irtually every broadcast outlet includes 3D motion graphics created with Maxon (R 65) Cinema 4D, especially sports programming. That’s because Cinema 4D offers powerful and flexible tools that con-

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eutrik (MR 16) manufactures connectors and fiber systems for the professional entertainment, broadcast, music, and fixed installation industries. From XLRs and patch panels to etherCON, powerCON TRUE1, rearTWIST BNCs, and fiber optics, Neutrik offers innovative solutions and superior quality in all of its products. Connectors you can depend on show after show.

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ewTek (P 61) uses innovation and technology to fundamentally change the way video is created, allowing more people to share their stories, experiences, and ideas with the world and enjoy doing it. NewTek systems are used worldwide by broadcasters, sports leagues, educators, houses of worship, live event producers, web-based talk shows, and more.

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penDrives (MR 19) builds the fastest shared storage solutions to help teams create high-resolution content faster. The OpenDrives platform is the backbone to the most forward-thnking esports, broadcasting, and postproduction teams, allowing real-team collaboration for 4K, 6K, and 8K workflows.

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anasonic (P 59) delivers game-changing technology solutions that deliver customized experiences to drive better outcomes — for our customers and our customers’ customers. Panasonic designs and manufactures reliable, flexible, and dependable products and solutions to help create, capture, and deliver information of all types, especially where, when, and how it is needed.

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uantum’s (MB 39) content platform enables professional and collegiate sports organizations to accelerate every aspect of the workflow — from ingest and collaboration to distribution and production, and even archive. With the fastest streaming performance for UHD content, power your next production with Quantum to quickly produce and monetize content.

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iedel (L 8) will showcase the Bolero wireless intercom, now available for stand-alone use. Our smartest SmartPanel, the RSP-1232HL, features hybrid lever keys, full color displays, and AES67 connectivity. Our software-defined MediorNet MicroN can perform multiple roles and includes integrated processing. Our new Managed Services division develops tailored solutions for special applications.

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oss Video (MR 15) Sports solutions are used extensively by top stadium, live event, and mobile production organizations globally. Ross has combined the expertise, experience, systems, and services to meet the specialized needs of live venues and productions. Ross equipment is designed to play well with others, integrating with technology already being used.

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ES (L 5) has the world’s largest 4K Ultra HD programming platform, including High Dynamic Range channels, and more than 30 cable operators testing and distributing our solution to subscribers. SES is highlighting two 4K Events channels featuring sports, award shows and other special events. Stop by to watch 4K college football!

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GENERAL SESSION SPEAKERS GLENN ADAMO, Ivanhoe Media & Entertainment, Principal

MARY ELLEN CARLYLE, Dome Productions, SVP and GM

Adamo brings 40+ years of experience in media, technology, broadcasting, and entertainment to Ivanhoe Media & Entertainment, an independent consulting business focused on creating value for all aspects of media organization: strategy, creation, production, and distribution. From 2003-16, Adamo was VP of media operations, broadcasting, and scheduling at NFL Films where he was responsible for the launch and creative execution of NFL Network, Thursday Night Football, and NFL Sunday Ticket.

Carlyle currently leads one of North America’s largest production services companies with its integration of mobile production, host broadcast services, and transmission services all under the corporate umbrella. She has been instrumental in leading the way in the roll-out of 4K production in North America. Under Carlyle’s guidance, Dome Productions became the very first production mobile vendor in North America to launch 4K with an NBA Toronto Raptors broadcast live to the home in Canada on January 20, 2016.

MICHAEL ALLEN, NBA, SVP, Digital Product Management

BRAD CHENEY, Fox Sports, VP, Field Operations and Engineering

Allen is responsible for the development and operations of the NBA’s digital portfolio across multiple media platforms. He oversees product development and operations for the league’s international digital products, including NBA League Pass International — the league’s full-season, live-game subscription service available to fans in more than 200 countries and territories on computers, tablets, and mobile and connected devices. Allen also works closely with NBA Digital on the day-to-day operations of all the league’s domestic digital assets.

Cheney manages technical and operational planning for golf, baseball, and college sports along with advanced-technology projects for Fox Sports Media Group. He is a leader in new technology approaches, including IP-based live and postproduction centers, IP over RF, UHD, HDR, and UAS systems. His work includes innovative production approaches and executions for in-ground audio, robotic cameras, and home run productions.

ANDREW BARGE, Twitter, Head of Sports Broadcast Partnerships, U.S.

Cleary is responsible for overseeing and driving the day-to-day remote operations, personnel, and technical management for a wide range of sports and special events. These include boxing; the Little League World Series; soccer; tennis, including the Australian Open, Wimbledon, and the US Open — ESPN’s largest annual event due to its role as host broadcaster; the National Spelling Bee; and more. In addition, Cleary oversees special projects throughout the year and coordinates research and development of new remote technologies with vendors

Barge leads partnerships with sports broadcast networks in the United States for Twitter, including ESPN, Turner Sports, Fox, and NBC, as well as emerging digital media publishers. He’s responsible for facilitating premium content partnerships that drive reach and revenue for Twitter’s portfolio of U.S.-based sports publishers. Before joining Twitter in 2014, Barge spent six years in the consumer marketing group at ESPN.

CRAIG BERNSTEIN, NBC Sports Group, Senior Director, Remote Technical Operations and Engineering Bernstein started with NBC Olympics in 2004 and has since worked on eight Olympic Games. He has overseen technical planning on several events across NBC Sports Group including Super Bowls, PGA Majors, Stanley Cup Finals, and NASCAR Championships, among all of NBC’s other properties.

ERIC BLACK, NBC Sports Digital and Playmaker Media, CTO Black manages all IP-delivered platforms for NBC Sports Digital, including its numerous websites, applications, and connected devices. He also oversees NBC Sports’ Playmaker Media, a separate business that provides end-to-end video support service for companies in need of best-in-class live streaming and VOD solutions. Under Black’s leadership, NBC Sports Digital and Playmaker Media have streamed some of the most prestigious properties in sports, including six Olympic Games, three Super Bowls, and more.

CAROL BOYLE, ESPN, Senior Creative Director, Creative and Studio Direction Boyle oversees and forecasts the creation and execution of multiple on-air animation and informational graphic projects. Her team consists of creative directors, concept designers, and art directors. Boyle also heads up both the Los Angeles and New York creative design groups. In her role, she works very closely with multiple ESPN departments to plan, strategize, and maintain the network’s numerous brands across all platforms.

BRYAN BRAY, Ross Video, Project Manager and ARVS Production Specialist Bray is a live sports and entertainment production specialist in the collegiate sports market and live music industry. He has strong analytical, planning, and organizational skills to complement a creative drive that leads a production team from start to finish. Bray has led production teams internationally, nationally, and locally with a broad connection with the other professionals in the industry. For the last three NFL seasons, Bray was on the road with NBC’s Sunday Night Football as the producer of augmented reality content.

CHRIS BROWN, Turner Sports, Senior Director, Technical Operations Brown oversees the coordination of technical and remote operations across all Turner Sports properties. This includes all remote productions and studio operations for NBA TV, with roughly 50 hours per week of live (studio or remote) and taped programming during the regular season. Prior to joining Turner Sports and NBA Digital, Brown served as director of operations for National Mobile Television’s east coast office, where he was responsible for up to 80 mobile-unit engineers and truck drivers.

JEFF BYLE, Fox Sports Detroit, Executive Producer Byle is responsible for all of the network’s content, hiring, placement, and process systems. Byle manages all talent, production, operations, and digital staff. Prior to his current role, Byle held identical roles at Fox Sports San Diego (2012-16) and Fox Sports North (2006-2012). He has also been a coordinating producer (2003-06) and producer/ director at Fox Sports Detroit (1997-2003).

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DENNIS CLEARY, ESPN, Director, Remote Production Operations

JASON COHEN, CBS Sports & CBS Sports Network, VP, Remote Technical Operations Cohen’s primary day-to-day focus is on overseeing the remote technical equipment and facilities used for both broadcast and cable linear telecasts. He also researches, implements, and executes new technology and workflows. A recent addition to the CBS Sports team, Cohen departed HBO Sports after working there for more than 15 years. He now works intimately on the remote broadcasts for all of the CBS major sporting platforms such as the NFL, college football, college basketball, and golf.

MICHAEL DAVIES, Fox Sports, SVP, Technical and Field Operations Davies manages all day-to-day aspects of live broadcast operations and oversees the integration of new and emerging technologies for Fox Sports and Fox Sports 1. With over two decades of experience in sports television, Davies specializes in technical production and innovation for large sporting events. As the head of field and technical operations, he manages a team responsible for the thousands of live sports broadcasts yearly at Fox, including the technical execution of Super Bowls XLII, XLV, XLVIII, and LI.

MIKE FRANCIS, CBS Sports, VP, Remote Engineering and Planning Francis leads all technical planning for the marquee events on CBS including Super Bowls, The Masters, the PGA Championship, the Final Four, and the SEC Championship. In addition to his engineering responsibilities, Francis also helps find and implement new technologies to all of CBS Sports’ properties. Prior to joining CBS, Francis spent 14 years working in live sports and entertainment broadcasting for companies such as Game Creek Video and Mobile TV Group.

NICK GARVIN, Mobile TV Group, Chief Operating Officer Garvin’s responsibilities include strategic partnerships, management of all day-today operations for Mobile TV Group’s mobile unit fleet covering more than 4,000 live events annually, and its audio/video manufacturing facility called Colorado Studios. He is also the founder of Stackup, an education technology company that uses artificial intelligence to deliver metrics on students reading and learning on the web to K-12 school districts around the United States.

PHILIP GARVIN, Mobile TV Group, Founder and CEO Garvin is the founder and CEO of Mobile TV Group (MTVG), responsible for the production of over 4,000 live events a year and the main provider to regional sports networks. He is also the president of Colorado Studios, which is an audio/ video manufacturing facility specializing in building mobile units and supporting live video transport. Garvin has built his businesses around his experience as a creative producer and technologist in order to offer unique, cost-effective production solutions.

MATTHEW GOLDMAN, MediaKind, SVP of Technology; SMPTE, President Goldman is focused on video processing and media delivery solutions. He has been actively involved in the development of DTV systems since 1992. He helped create the MPEG-2 Systems standards and has been influential in SMPTE, AIMS, ATSC, DVB, SCTE, and the Ultra HD Forum. A SMPTE Fellow, he is also a senior member of the IEEE and an inductee of the Academy of Digital Television Pioneers.

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STEVE GRIGELY, Fox Regional Sports Networks, VP, Technical Operations

MIKE SEPSO, Electronic Sports Group (ESG), Chairman

Grigely transitioned to Fox Regional Sports Networks in 2015, after serving as director of technical operations for Fox Sports. He currently oversees operations for Fox Sports Regional Networks and focuses on improving mobile unit equipment, finding production efficiencies, and expanding technology in Fox Sports Regional broadcasts. He joined Fox Sports in 2007.

Sepso is a world-leading entrepreneur and executive in the esports and gaming industry. He was instrumental in the creation of the esports industry itself and continues to be a key figure in what is now a fast growth, multi-billion-dollar segment at the cross-section of the gaming and sports entertainment industries. A successful entrepreneur, public company executive, CEO, and spokesperson, Sepso is a unique mix of visionary, dealmaker, and operator.

MARK HILTON, Grass Valley, VP, Live Production Hilton is responsible for product strategy, roadmaps, detailed product definition, and general success of this segment of the business. He rejoined Grass Valley in 2015 and has led a number of businesses including the networking business. Prior to joining Grass Valley, Hilton held several product line manager positions for HP Networking’s enterprise switching, routing, UC&C, and AllianceONE platforms. He also served within HP as European marketing manager and technical product line manager for the networking division.

JOOP JANSSEN, Aperi, CEO

JOE SIGNORINO, NEP U.S. Mobile Units, VP, Systems Integration Signornio has been an engineer with NEP for more than 30 years, beginning at NEP in 1988 as an engineer-in-charge. Since joining the company, he has worked as a technical manager, engineering manager, senior project engineer, and now is the vice president of systems integration. Signornio has also been instrumental in technical project management for top networks such as Turner, ESPN, CBS, NBC, and Fox.

Janssen has over 25 years of experience in creating value in the high-tech media, broadcast, professional video, audio, and telco industries. Janssen is currently CEO of Aperi, a provider of live IP Media Function Virtualization (MFV) solutions for the broadcast media industry. He is also the senior principal of Yoap Holding and involved in business angel investments and board-level advisory across various industries. Prior to Aperi, Janssen served as president and chief executive officer of EVS.

JAMES STELLPFLUG, EVS, VP, Product Marketing

CARLOS JIMENEZ, Univision Networks, Director of Technology, Sports and

PAT SULLIVAN, Game Creek Video, President and Founder

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Sullivan is part of a team that manages strategic planning and corporate sales for Game Creek Video. In the 25 years since Game Creek was founded, the company has grown from two mobile units to 56 production and support units. Game Creek has the largest fleet of 1080p and 4K capable trucks in the United States. In addition, the company launched the first IP-based remote production facility in the world in 2014 and has now helped facilitate over 100 live 4K productions for various clients.

Jimenez is an award-winning technical executive with expertise in long-term planning, engineering management, and large-scale remote productions. He has a 30year proven track record in strategic planning, innovation, and execution of largescale projects. Since joining Univision, Jimenez has designed and deployed multiple projects that include an international IP mesh topology satellite contribution network in 2008 and a UDP file contribution system for domestic and international bureaus in 2006.

JAMIE LEECE, Major League Baseball, SVP, Games and VR Leece is responsible for MLB’s gaming and virtual reality (VR) divisions and the worldwide strategy for all games and VR initiatives. In 2018, under Leece’s direction, MLB successfully shifted its popular VR video game, Home Run Derby VR, to the first-ever competitive video game championship tournament as part of All-Star Week in Washington, DC.

CHRISTINA MIXON, Mixon Digital, Managing Director

Stellpflug has more than two decades of industry experience, including facility design and integration, mobile satellite communication, and mobile TV production. In his roles, he has overseen several major technology transitions, including migrations from analog to digital, SD to HD, and more recently, from linear to cloud and VOD distribution. He has been with EVS Broadcast Equipment since 2000.

JASON TAUBMAN, Game Creek Video, VP, Design and New Technology Taubman spearheads Game Creek Video’s efforts in truck design and helps service the company’s vast profile of high-profile sports clients, including ABC, CBS, ESPN, FOX, HBO, NBC, MLB, NBA, the YES Network, USA Network, NFL Network, and Winnercomm. Prior to joining Game Creek in 1999, Taubman was an engineer-incharge for National Mobile Television and VTE Mobile Television Productions.

PER VON ROSEN, Sportradar, Product Manager, Broadcast

Mixon established Mixon Digital in 2012, having had a rich and exciting history working as a graphics producer for the NBA and ESPN. Her productions included ESPN’s motorsports, figure skating, alpine skiing, and track and field events, together with the NBATV 24-hour network, NBA All-Star Game, NBA Draft, and NBA Global Games. She is an accomplished and dynamic speaker and has presented at sports, digital, and broadcast technology conferences and events all over the world.

von Rosen works with Sportradar’s broadcast products, including multi-sport data packages for graphics and Radar360 (Sportradar’s multi-sport research tool). He also works with Sportradar’s research team that currently supports 5,000+ live broadcast per year. Prior to Sportradar, von Rosen worked with ChyronHego to make player tracking relevant to broadcasters both as a production-tool and as a storytelling element. After successfully partnering with MLBAM to get Statcast on-air for Fox, Turner, and MLB Network, von Rosen moved to Sportradar in 2017.

STAN MOOTE, IABM, CTO

PETER WEHNER, Mobile TV Group, Director of Engineering

A highly respected industry veteran, Moote was involved in the original SMPTE Digital Video Standards Committee meetings creating CCIR-601 and continues by coordinating activities within the industry for standards groups. Through his domain knowledge working with video and audio, Moote developed several patents and focuses on workflow solutions, new technology, and interoperability.

MITCH ROSENTHAL, Riot Games, Head of Production and Operations Rosenthal has been in the television industry for the last 16 years, working on everything from entertainment news, reality, live sports, and now esports. Rosenthal has been with Riot Games for the last four years and has built teams to support North America and Europe while advising globally. He oversees all production and operations in studio, as well as remote production and operations for esports in North America and for their Central shows, which include the Mid-Season Invitational, Worlds, and All-Star events done on different continents year to year.

SCOTT ROTHENBERG, NEP Group, SVP, Technology and Asset Management Rothenberg focuses on understanding and matching clients’ needs with NEP’s technical capabilities and capacity. He works tirelessly across all of NEP’s divisions to ensure that the right equipment is always in the right place — and that NEP is always working to develop technical solutions to meet emerging client needs. In addition, Rothenberg is responsible for improving NEP’s internal operations and processes, and works with key vendors to source and develop specialized equipment.

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Wehner’s responsibilities include overseeing engineering for over 4,000 live events a year with a fleet of 25 mobile units and advancing new technologies. He is also an integral part in new mobile unit construction such as 39 FLEX, which was the first purpose-built 4K and high-dynamic-range mobile (HDR) unit built in the U.S. Prior to taking on the director of engineering role, Wehner was an engineer in charge for nine years and responsible for the early implementation of dual-feed production at Mobile Television Group.

MIKE WERTEEN, NEP Broadcast Services, President Werteen is responsible for the company’s broadcast services business globally. He joined the company in 2008 as VP of sales of U.S. Mobile Units operations when NEP acquired NCP. He was promoted to co-president of the company’s U.S. Mobile Units Division in 2014. Promoted to his current role in 2017,Werteen oversees teams in the U.S., UK, Australia, Europe, Middle East, and Asia Pacific region. He supports and advocates for each division and is a key resource for NEP clients worldwide.

BEN WINTER, Turner Sports/ELEAGUE, Interactive Coordinating Producer Winter is responsible for the ideation, development, and execution of all creative productions from ELEAGUE, Turner and IMG’s premium esports content and live tournament brand. He has served in his current role since 2016 and leads the creation of studio shows, live tournament coverage, and other originally-produced esports content distributed across Turner’s leading cable network TBS, along with online platforms Twitch and ELEAGUE.com.

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1:00 – 1:45 p.m. Attracting Younger News Audiences with Technology SmithGeiger’s Andrew Finlayson looks at how broadcasters can use their brand strength to draw younger viewers, especially with mobile and streaming video. PRESENTER: Andrew Finlayson, SmithGeiger, SVP, Digital Strategies

1:45 – 2:30 p.m. Day One Keynote: Valari Staab, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, President Valari Staab, president of NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, explains how her group has overhauled its technology and expanded its reporting. INTERVIEWED BY: Harry A. Jessell, TVNewsCheck, Editor and Co-Founder

2:30 – 2:45 p.m. Networking Break

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Lessons from the front lines of the IP transition from industry experts who have led the way. MODERATOR: Marcy Lefkovitz, Disney ABC Television Group, VP, Technology and Workflow Strategy PANELISTS: Matt Keiler, TVU Networks, VP, North American Sales Brad Plant, NBCUniversal Owned Television Stations, Director, Technology and Operations Tony Plosz, WCAU and Telemundo62 Philadelphia, VP, Engineering and Operations

3:30 – 4:15 p.m. Social Media Awards Presentation and Panel

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TVNewsCheck presents its inaugural awards honoring remarkable achievements in audience engagement among broadcast stations and talent. MODERATOR: Kim Wilson, Social News Desk, President and Founder PANELISTS: Chris Boex, WTVT, Senior Web Producer Kristen Hampton, Raycom Media, “Duchess of Merriment” Josh Johnson, WSFA, Chief Meteorologist Christie O’Sullivan, WTVT, Social Lead Hope Wilson, KCCI, Digital Editor

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4:30 – 5:15 p.m. Technology and Next-Gen News Storytelling

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Innovative journalists share how they’re evolving news storytelling with the help of emerging digital tools. PANELISTS: Bob Bikel, NBC Left Field, Managing Editor Emily Kassie, The Marshall Project, Director of Visual Projects Matt Pearl, WXIA-TV, Chief of Storytelling and Development Frederic Roux, Dalet, Director of Sales, Americas

9:00 – 9:45 a.m. OTT and the News: Technology, Content, and Monetization

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OTT pioneers share emerging best practices in optimizing content and technology and maximizing revenue on the platform. PANELISTS: Jeff Benninghoff, WWSB ABC 7, VP and GM Derek Gebler, TownNews, VP, Broadcast and Video Frank Mungeam, ASU Cronkite School of Journalism, Knight Professor of TV News Innovation Ian Stinson, Cox Media Group, Executive Director, Digital Audience and Product

9:45 – 10:00 a.m. Dalet Case Study

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2:45 – 3:30 p.m. Live News Production Over IP

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10:00 – 10:30 a.m. Day Two Keynote: Christy Tanner, CBS News Digital EVP and GM Christy Tanner, CBS News Digital EVP and GM, discusses the network’s ambitious multiplatform strategy, particularly as an early mover on OTT. INTERVIEWED BY: Harry A. Jessell, TVNewsCheck, Editor and Co-Founder

10:30 – 10:45 a.m. Networking Break 10:45 – 11:30 a.m. Optimizing Production in the Field

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Experts explain how to shape the story from the newsroom and how to acquire video anywhere anytime, anyhow and how to get it back securely and economically. MODERATOR: Hank Volpe, MDR Consulting, Consultant PANELISTS: Jack Kane, NBC Connecticut, Technical Manager Larry Lafferty, ABC News, Director, Domestic and International ENG Operations Peter McGowan, WCBS-TV/WLNY-TV, Director, News Operations and New Technology Dave Sirak, WFTV/Channel 9 (ABC) Television, Director, News Technology Ray Thompson, Avid, Director Market Solutions, Broadcast and Media

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11:45 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Top Technologists on the SPONSORED BY Bleeding Edge - IP, AI, AR, News Personalization; Future Workflows Broadcast’s leading technologists tackle the cloud, ATSC 3.0, AI, and the industry’s other most pressing issues. MODERATOR: Andrea Berry, The G.A.P. Media Group, CEO PANELISTS: Michael Englehaupt, CTO, Graham Media Tish Graham, ABC Owned Television Stations Group, VP, Broadcast Technology Hank Hundemer, Tribune Broadcasting, SVP, Engineering Mike Palmer, Masstech Innovations, CTO

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