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SVG COLLEGE SUMMIT: VIRTUAL CAMPUS 2020

Innovation isn’t postponed! There are few dates on the calendar that we at Sports Video Group (SVG) look forward to more than the three days that we get to spend with you — the college sports video community — at the SVG College Summit in Atlanta. Naturally, in light of the suspension of play across collegiate athletics in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, we, instead, needed to shift to an all-virtual format to continue to serve you. We hope this event brings you some excitement during a tough time. We all love the thrill of live sports. We wouldn’t put in all of the hustle that is required to succeed in this business if we didn’t. We empathize that these past three months may have been the most difficult of your career. But, as we attempt to come back from this, the challenges are just beginning. This year’s SVG College Summit: Virtual Campus 2020 is dedicated to getting you and your teams back to work safely and efficiently; whatever that means in your respective campuses and states. From control room logistics to storytelling creativity, we don’t promise to have all the answers (spoiler: no one does), but this community is here get through this together. Hopefully, this year’s program will bring questions to light that you hadn’t even considered and you can begin working through them with your teams. We also know that one of the major draws of the in-person SVG College Summit is the chance to browse and demo the latest in video-production technology designed to meet your specific needs as a college sports video pro. You can still do that! Take a visit to our online Tech Portals to check out the latest product demos, watch indepth interviews, read valuable resources, and much more. So, in conclusion, no, this isn’t the same. We acknowledge that. But we certainly hope these four days offer you a valuable opportunity to reconnect with your colleagues, plan for the year ahead, and remind yourself why we love our jobs. The year ahead will be challenging, but we believe if anyone can solve these challenges, it’s this community. This is a time where creative problem solving will not only win the day — it will be essential. And when you feel like you need help? We’ll be here for you.

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ADVISORY COMMITTEE

CHAIRMAN Ken Cleary, University of North Carolina, Assistant AD COMMITTEE Rick Bagby, Clemson University, Assistant AD, Video and Technology Mike Bilbow, University of Georgia, Assistant AD for Production/Digital Michael Bruce, University of Alabama, Assistant Professor of Telecommunication Dan Butterly*, Mountain West Conference, Commissioner Kelly Carney, Conference USA, Associate Commissioner Katie Cavender, College Football Playoff, Assistant Director of Communications Megan Coffey, University of Cincinnati, Associate Director – Creative Services and Multimedia Stephen Dombroski, St. John’s University, Associate AD for Communications Mark Fragale, Rochester Institute of Technology, Assistant Director, Video Production Services Mark Fratto, Linacre Media, Principal and Director of Business Development Jonathan Gantt, Clemson University, Director of New Media Imry Halevi*, Harvard University, Assistant Director of Athletics, Multimedia and Production Scott Hecht*, Syracuse University, Senior Producer Erin Iwaskiewicz, America East Conference, Senior Director, Creative & Video Joel Kitay, Kitay Productions, President John Kvatek, University of Central Florida, Associate AD, Multimedia and Creative Travis Llewellyn, Sun Belt Conference, Associate Commissioner, Electronic Media Michael Martin, Texas Christian University, Film, Television, and Digital Media Professor Kate Morgan, University of San Francisco, Director of Creative Video Jim Nachtman, Penn State University, Director of Broadcast Operations Ken Norris, UCLA, Director of Video Operations Tom Odjakjian, American Athletic Conference, Senior Associate Commissioner, Broadcasting Matt Panto, The Ivy League, Assistant Executive Director, Digital Media and Communications Scott Rinehart*, University of Notre Dame, Director, Broadcast Technology John Servizzi, Tupelo Raycom, EVP, Engineering and Operations Kurt Svoboda, University of Michigan, Associate AD for External Communications and Public Relations Chris Taylor*, Ball State University, Director of Digital Sports Production Bob Vecchione, NACDA, Executive Director Richard Wanninger, Patriot League, Senior Associate Executive Director for External Relations * Previous Chairman

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JUNE 22-25, 2020


SVG COLLEGE SUMMIT VIRTUAL CAMPUS PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE

MONDAY YOUR CHANGING WORLD

WEDNESDAY YOUR LIVE EVENT PRODUCTIONS

12:25 p.m. Executive Welcome

12:30 p.m. K eynote Conversation: Directing an Elite Live Event

12:30 p.m. State of the Industry – What Now and What’s Next?

1:00 p.m. Venue Edge Case Study: Rebranding a Classic

1:30 p.m. Pixellot Case Study: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Automatic Production

Tournament

1:15 p.m. Tech Focus: At-Home Production Tools

1:45 p.m. P roduction Blueprint – What Does a Live Sports

1:45 p.m. Strategies and Tech for Integrating Deeper Storytelling

2:05 p.m. Tech Focus: Production Efficiency

5:00 p.m. N etworking Happy Hour: What Will Your

Production in the COVID-19 Era Look Like?

5:00 p.m. N etworking Happy Hour: Small Staffs and One-Person Video Teams

TUESDAY YOUR EVOLVING CONTROL ROOM 12:30 p.m. C hange Starts at Home – Preparing Your Facilities For a Post-COVID World and How IP Can Help

1:30 p.m. Imagine Communications Case Study: Texas A&M,

12th Man Productions: One Year in With SMPTE ST 2110

Into Live Event Production

Production Operations Look Like When Live Sports Come Back?

THURSDAY YOUR SOCIAL SYNERGY 12:30 p.m. C apturing the Moment – Advice From the Front Lines of Championship Social Video

1:30 p.m. VITEC IPTV Case Study: Scalable Solution for LSU 1:45 p.m. Tech Focus: Campus Connection

1:45 p.m. T he Industry Road Map – Broadcaster Relationships in a

2:15 p.m. G eneration Now – Lessons from the Stars of the IGTV

2:15 p.m. Tech Focus: Control Room Essentials

5:00 p.m. Networking Happy Hour: Social Send-Off

5:00 p.m. N etworking Happy Hour: SVGW Women in Sports

7:00 p.m. S  VG COLLEGE SPORTS MEDIA AWARDS

Post-COVID World: Fox Sports

Production Meetup

Playmakers Campaign

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JUNE 22-25, 2020


SVG COLLEGE SUMMIT VIRTUAL CAMPUS AGENDA

MONDAY | YOUR CHANGING WORLD Monday focuses on our temporary normal. The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating effect on the collegiate sports world, leading to the cancelation of the winter championship and spring sports seasons. However, video production professionals are innovative and ambitious people. We discuss how we’ve all responded to this challenge while also diving into some new and unique live productions that are sure to inspire you for when we all get the sports we love back.

12:25 – 12:30 p.m. Executive Welcome

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PRESENTER: Kevin Cottam, Ross Video, Director of Sports & Live

Events – Global

12:30 – 1:30 p.m. State of the Industry – What Now and What’s Next? The COVID-19 pandemic has turned the video production world on its head. But, it’s also opened up the industry to a world of innovation that we normally never would have been exposed to. Leading video directors from athletic departments and conference offices share how their strategies have shifted to create content in the present and how they are innovating their infrastructure in anticipation of the future. MODERATOR: Brandon Costa, SVG, Director of Digital and

SVG College Summit Program Director

PANELISTS:

Dan Butterly, Big West Conference, Commissioner Ken Cleary, University of North Carolina, Assistant Director of Athletics, GoHeels Productions Michelle Glover, University of Arkansas, Assistant AD Broadcast Services John Kvatek, University of Central Florida, Associate AD, Multimedia and Creative presented by 1:30 – 1:45 p.m. Case Study: What About Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Automatic Production?

As sports budgets are being decreased, and crowds are not allowed to attend games, colleges and conferences will need to find innovative ways to engage audiences and generate revenue. Find out how Pixellot and America East Conference are working together to bring back sports and scale production across their conference. PRESENTERS:

Amy Huchthausen, America East Conference, Commissioner David Shapiro, Pixellot, President, North America PAGE 8

1:45 – 2:05 p.m. Production Blueprint – What Does a Live Sports Production in the COVID-19 Era Look Like? As video departments across the country hope to return to a schedule of fall sports broadcasts, what’s an example of what a live sports production in a COVID-19 world might look like? We’re joined by a veteran of the live college sports video production space ­­— Tupelo Raycom’s John Servizzi — to take you inside his compnay’s recent series of live productions of the American Cornhole League for syndication on ESPN. MODERATOR: Jason Dachman, SVG, Chief Editor PRESENTER:

John Servizzi, Tupelo Raycom, EVP, Engineering and Operations

2:05 – 2:35 p.m. Tech Focus: Production Efficiency

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When sports return in a post-coronavirus world, there’s the potential for things to be very different. Will you need more automated tools? End-to-end solutions? Even more budget-friendly — but trustworthy — toys in your in your toolbox? Vendors that specialize in cost-conscious options break down the pain points of your production that can be met at a time when budgets are being crunched even more than ever. MODERATOR: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Executive Director, Editorial PANELISTS:

Robert Erickson, Grass Valley, Strategic Account Manager, Sports and Venues Janel Fleming, LiveU, Director of Sports Sales Vinnie Macri, Clear-Com, Market Outreach Manager Will Waters, NewTek, Head of Product Management

5:00 – 6:00 p.m.

NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR

Join us for a curated, themed Networking Happy Hour on Zoom, where you can converse and connect with your colleagues in the sports video production community.

Small Staffs and One-Person Video Teams You aren’t blessed with a generous budget and sometimes you feel alone in your video-related passions and struggles on your own campus. Meet with others in the business just like you in this networking event geared specifically to those of us making the most with the least.

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JUNE 22-25, 2020


SVG COLLEGE SUMMIT VIRTUAL CAMPUS AGENDA

TUESDAY | YOUR EVOLVING CONTROL ROOM Tuesday offers an in-depth look at how our video-production homes continue to rapidly change. Whether your team operates out of a robust control room, with a nimble production van/flypack, or you are making magic with limited resources, we break down the latest in live event video production infrastructure and take a look at where the industry is headed. sponsored by 12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Change Starts at Home – Preparing Your Facilities For a Post-COVID World and How IP Can Help

How do you produce your live events? From a centralized control room? A mobile production facility? With a flypack? Either way, your staff and equipment deployment will need to be handled differently next academic year as live sports returns in a world still under COVID-19 social-distancing restrictions. We also address how IP technologies made centralization possible before COVID and is supporting safe decentralization in the new environment. There will be many more questions than answers but this promises to be an important session for planning for your “new normal.” MODERATOR: Brandon Costa, SVG, Director of Digital and SVG College Summit Program Director PANELISTS:

Bennie Ashford, Mississippi State University, Associate AD, Broadcast Operations Zack Bacon, Texas A&M University, Chief Broadcast Engineer Imry Halevi, Harvard University, Assistant Director of Athletics Scott Rinehart, University of Notre Dame, Director, Broadcast Technology Jared Schatz, Ross Video, VP of Sales, U.S.A. and Canada presented by 1:30 – 1:45 p.m. Case Study: Texas A&M, 12th Man Productions: One Year in With SMPTE ST 2110

12th Man Productions, the sports broadcast and post facility for Texas A&M University, moved to IP connectivity to provide a common production platform for all its sports venues. Zack Bacon, Chief Broadcast Engineer for 12th Man Productions, discusses how things are going one year in and the challenges they were able to overcome by moving to IP. MODERATOR: Cassidy Phillips, Imagine Communications, VP, Networking Solutions PRESENTER: Zack Bacon, 12th Man Productions, Chief Broadcast Engineer PAGE 10

1:45 – 2:15 p.m. The Industry Road Map – Broadcaster Relationships in a Post-COVID World: FOX Sports

Included among the many challenges facing a post-COVID world of collegiate athletics is how will the relationship with your broadcast partners change? Will they expect more from you in live game production? What will it look like when they come to campus for a marque event? What are their recommendations for ensuring efficiency and safety in your productions? Pros from Fox Sports join us to share their perspectives. MODERATOR: Brandon Costa, SVG, Director of Digital and SVG College Summit Program Director PANELISTS:

Dave Jones, Fox Sports, Director, Technical Operations Sarita Meinking, Fox Sports, Director, Field Operations

2:15 – 3:00 p.m. Tech Focus: Control Room Essentials

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When your control room is your home away from home, you want to ensure that you are supporting it with the infrastructure that meets your needs. Whether it’s your switcher, replay system, graphics engine, or even your router or comms, what are the important factors to consider when drawing up your blueprint? Vendors in the space share their advice. MODERATOR: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Executive Director, Editorial PANELISTS:

Michael Bergeron, Panasonic, Senior Product Manager, Live Production Systems Bob Caniglia, Blackmagic Design, Director of Sales Operations, North America Vinnie Macri, Clear-Com, Market Outreach Manager Will Waters, NewTek, Head of Product Management

5:00 – 6:00 p.m.

NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR

Join us for a curated, themed Networking Happy Hour on Zoom, where you can converse and connect with your colleagues in the sports video production community.

SVGW Women in Sports Production Meetup SVGW Women in Sports Production is a networking group that aims to enhance the role of women in the creation, production, and distribution of sports content. Come listen, learn, exchange ideas and best practices, while meeting fellow women in the college-sports industry.

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JUNE 22-25, 2020


SVG COLLEGE SUMMIT VIRTUAL CAMPUS AGENDA

WEDNESDAY | YOUR LIVE EVENT PRODUCTIONS On Wednesday, we talk our bread and butter: games. Our treasured live games will return and, when they do, we’ll be there to tell their stories better than ever before. Whether it’s through interpersonal relationships or technological enhancements, how are collegiate athletics live event producers not only presenting a live broadcast of the game, but telling the deeper stories of their student athletes, coaches, and campus to add a deeper layer of engagement to the live game broadcast?

12:30 – 1:00 p.m. Keynote Conversation: Directing an Elite Live Event A fireside chat analyzing the art of directing a live event production with a professional director. MODERATOR: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Executive Director, Editorial PRESENTER:

Artie Kempner, Fox Sports, Director

1:00 – 1:15 p.m. presented by Case Study: Rebranding a Classic Tournament Venue Edge worked with the Mountain West Conference to create a new energy for the game day presentation of their longtime basketball championships. Venue Edge Founder David Saphirstein will be joined by former Mountain West Associate Commissioner Dan Butterly to discuss the process and share what makes a successful fan experience. PRESENTERS:

Dan Butterly, Big West Conference, Commissioner David Saphirstein, Venue Edge, Founder

1:15 – 1:45 p.m. Tech Focus: At-Home Production Tools

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PANELISTS:

Olaf Bahr, Variant Systems Group, Co-Founder / VP, Marketing Joseph Bischof, EVS, Sales Manager Marcus Schioler, Haivision, VP of Product Marketing

1:45 – 2:30 p.m. Strategies and Tech for Integrating Deeper Storytelling Into Live Event Production While the core tenant of any live sports broadcast is to deliver the game to the viewer, content creators these days are looking for new ways to better tell the stories of not only the score, but the athletes, coaches, and campus life behind each program. Whether it’s through technology (graphics, replay, cameras, lenses, microphones, connectivity) or strategy (relationships with coaches, on-air talent, SIDs), how are live college sports broadcasters taking the live game to the next level to developer deeper affinities among viewers? MODERATOR: Kristian Hernandez, SVG, Associate Editor PANELISTS:

Mark Fragale, Rochester Institute of Technology, Associate Director of University Sports and Events Production Kristin Hennessey, Syracuse University, Producer Parker Leppien, Auburn University, Senior Producer Bradley Wasilition, Ross Video, Business Development Manager, Piero Sports Graphics – Americas

5:00 – 6:00 p.m.

NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR

Prior to the coronavirus outbreak, the sports video industry’s accepted definition of “at-home” or “REMI” production looked quite similar to a centralized control room on a college campus. Now, as the college industry hopes to get back to live events, collegiate content creators are looking for creative solutions to deploy a production crew safely with solutions that may take some positions out of the control room environment. Technology experts gather to share their learnings from the past couple of months to help you make decisions on what “at-home” tools may help you get your live events back on the air safely and efficiently.

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MODERATOR: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Executive Director,

Join us for a curated, themed Networking Happy Hour on Zoom, where you can converse and connect with your colleagues in the sports video production community.

What Will Your Production Operations Look Like When Live Sports Come Back? Let’s be real: it’s been a tough couple of months! But there’s a light at the end of the tunnel. Sports will return. When they do, however, our live production operations may be drastically changed. Come spend some time with your industry colleagues and share when you’ve been planning for how to execute your productions in a post-COVID world.

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JUNE 22-25, 2020


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THURSDAY | YOUR SOCIAL SYNERGY Thursday is dedicated to video content creation strategy and execution on major social media platforms. As the lines blur between live production and creative within athletic departments, many are looking to take a more streamlined approach to video content. However, that doesn’t mean that each social media platform still doesn’t possess its own inherent qualities and paths to video success. Break down standards and best practices in content ideation, staff organization, and gear deployment in this in-depth workshop that will surely bolster your team’s engagement.

1:45 – 2:15 p.m. Tech Focus: Campus Connection

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With the sports video industry on the precipice of faster delivery and connectivity mechanisms like 5G, WiFi-6, and ATSC 3.0, what transport trends should you be considering? Vendors share what deserves your confidence and what needs more time to mature. MODERATOR: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG, Executive Director, Editorial PANELISTS:

12:30 – 1:30 p.m. Capturing the Moment – Advice From the Front Lines of Championship Social Video

Tom Buffolano, LTN Global, VP, Sports Chris Crump, Comrex, Senior Director of Sales Matt McEwen, TVU Networks, VP of Product Management

Engagement through highly produced video for social media skyrocketed again this year with innovative athletic departments finding new and captivating ways to tell their stories, intrigue recruits, and entice longtime supporters. There’s no better time to capitalize on the hype around a program than during a championship run. Content creators from teams that have enjoyed championship moments share their advice for organizing resources and gaining access, as well as break down the tools of the trade that help them deliver thumb-stopping content their viewers will never forget. MODERATOR: Katie Cavender, College Football Playoff, Assistant Director of Communications

2:15 – 3:00 p.m. Generation Now – Lessons From the Stars of the IGTV Playmakers Campaign

PANELISTS:

Brandon Berrio, Louisiana State University, Associate Director of Creative and Digital Content Jonathan Gantt, Clemson University, Associate AD/Creative Solutions Maggie Tyler, James Madison University, Director of Video Services Alyson Vander Steen, North Dakota State University, Assistant AD - Marketing and Fan Engagement presented by 1:30 – 1:45 p.m. Case Study: Scalable Solution for LSU

VITEC’s IPTV Platform was originally deployed in LSU’s Tiger Stadium to replace the limited capability RF-broadcast system. The new IPTV offering delivers advanced video and digital signage capability, plus it is a scalable solution that supports IPTV deployments in facilities across the campus. PRESENTERS:

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This year, Facebook and Instagram teamed up to introduce a program that spotlighted student content creators considered rising stars in the sports video business. These students worked together to create incredible content for Instagram’s IGTV from the sidelines of championship events like the CFP Championship Game and the Women’s Final Four. These “IGTV Playmakers” break down their experiences while also sharing their creative advice. MODERATOR: Shanae Dixon, Instagram, Partner Solutions Manager PANELISTS:

Maddie Anderson, University of Oregon, IGTV Playmaker Sam Bowen, University of South Carolina, IGTV Playmaker Kailee Collins, University of Connecticut, IGTV Playmaker Mary Desmond, Virginia Tech, IGTV Playmaker Ashley Gutierrez, Florida International University, IGTV Playmaker

5:00 – 6:00 p.m.

NETWORKING HAPPY HOUR

Join us for a curated, themed Networking Happy Hour on Zoom, where you can converse and connect with your colleagues in the sports video production community.

Social Send-Off Sign off of a week’s worth of learning with a collaborative conversation around storytelling and video production geared for success across the growing array of social platforms. Tell us how you really feel about vertical video!

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JUNE 22-25, 2020


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Ross Video announced the Ross Live | 2020 program of product launches, solutions updates and live production seminars in a ten week schedule. Kicking off April 28th with a look at exciting updates to XPression real-time motion graphics and closing on July 14th with a ‘One More Thing!’ reveal, Ross will be unveiling some brand-new solutions designed to help Collegiate Sports productions to create high impact, high efficiency productions. Also, part of the program is a weekly Living Live podcast, in audio and video form, that will focus on a different element of live production and explore it fully.

Canon USA, a leader in digital imaging solutions, reveals details behind two of their major NAB 2020 product introductions – the C300 Mark III Cinema EOS camera and the CINE-SERVO 25-250mm T2.95-3.95. What’s more, details will be shared on the new “Ask Canon” Series, an online education series dedicated to supporting the college sports production community with technology overviews and operational techniques provided in the areas of Video Production and Sports Photography.

Cloudian is a file and object storage company specializing in 100% native S3 API storage systems. Cloudian’s object-based platform, HyperStore, provides limitless scalability to help enterprises deal with the explosive growth of unstructured data affordably and easily, and HyperFile extends object storage capabilities to file storage.

Daktronics is excited to introduce an expansion to our Show Control product portfolio, including Studio and Live product lines, which provide solutions for more applications than ever before. The entire Show Control product portfolio forms a cohesive, integrated solution, with workflows fulfilling many different needs in your sporting events control room — from LED display control to live broadcast. Check out our portal resources for more information, including access to our virtual presentation program which gives an inside look at the exciting capabilities of our Show Control product portfolio.

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Signiant The sports world has had to adapt quickly during this pandemic and find creative ways to keep fans engaged and fill air time. We’ve seen acceleration of some trends that were happening anyway from an explosion of remote production, a surge in cloud adoption, more Esports events and the repurposing of archived content. Signiant software plays a key role in each of those things and we would love to share some thoughts on what we’re seeing across the industry during this unique time.

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SPEAKER BIOS ZACK BACON, Texas A&M University, Chief Broadcast Engineer acon is responsible for the technical operations, monitoring, and management of broadcast and big screen video systems for all Athletics venues. He is also responsible for the direction and implementation of all new broadcast technologies for Texas A&M Athletics.

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OLAF BAHR, Variant Systems Group, Co-Founder / VP, Marketing ahr has 30 years of experience in live remote broadcast production with ABC, CBS, NBC, ESPN, TNT, and Pac-12. He is a master of slow-motion replay systems in the industry, having seven years of experience as a product manager of slow-motion replay products. Bahr is an expert in workflow management and design for live broadcast systems.

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MICHAEL BERGERON, Panasonic, Senior Product Manager, Live Production Systems ergeron is currently managing Panasonic’s growing broadcast studio system business. He has previously served many roles at Panasonic including four years as camera product engineer and four years as chief technologist for workflow. Bergeron has also managed co-development projects with other U.S.-based technology companies over the years and is currently focused on launching KAIROS Panasonic’s IT/IP-based live production platform.

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BRANDON BERRIO, Louisiana State University, Associate Director of Creative and Digital Content errio just completed his fourth year on the LSU Athletics Communications Staff as the department’s associate director of creative and digital content. Berrio serves as the secondary communications contact and leads the social media strategy for the reigning national champions. The staff in Baton Rouge came together last year to create new and engaging content that set records for engagement on multiple social media platforms.

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JOSEPH BISCHOF, EVS, Sales Manager ischof is a sales manager at EVS. Although he is new to the EVS Family, he is an energetic, accomplished and dynamic technology sales professional with a demonstrated history working in the IT, broadcast, sports, media, and entertainment industries helping organizations achieve their full potential through his unique industry knowledge and experience.

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TOM BUFFOLANO, LTN Global, VP, Sports uffolano is a highly experienced entertainment and sports media executive. He has held positions in sales, marketing, business development, production, and programming with MTV Networks, CSTV/CBS College Sports, and various other companies. Buffolano founded and chaired the SVG College Sports Summit from 2009 – 2014 and still holds the position of chairman for the SVG College Sports Media Awards. He joined LTN Global in 2014 to start the sports division.

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DAN BUTTERLY, Big West Conference, Commissioner utterly was named the fifth commissioner of the Big West Conference in June 2020. He was previously the senior associate commissioner of the Mountain West Conference, where he worked for the last 21 years. He served as the primary sport and championship administrator for Mountain West men’s basketball, acting as liaison between coaches and institutional administrators, athletic directors, Joint Council, and Board of Directors on all men’s basketball-related issues.

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BOB CANIGLIA, Blackmagic Design, Director of Sales Operations, North America aniglia began working in the film and television industry in 1985 as a part-time cameraman and editor on industrial videos. He finished school at night while working full-time as a commercial producer/director at a local CBS affiliate. Eventually, Caniglia found himself in L.A. as an editor for The Disney Channel and 525 Post Production, later working on music videos for Prince, Madonna, and Michael Jackson. Leveraging his real-world industry experience, Caniglia made the transition to working with a variety of production and postproduction manufacturers including Panasonic, Quantel, Snell, DaVinci Systems, and Blackmagic Design.

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KEN CLEARY, University of North Carolina, Assistant Director of Athletics, GoHeels Productions leary manages the Go Heels Productions and Creative Services units. The groups are responsible for all of UNC’s ACC Network and live broadcast activities, as well as in-venue productions for 16 sports in eight venues on the Chapel Hill campus. Additionally, the Creative Services unit provides video production, graphics production, and social media support to the Carolina Athletic Department and its 28 teams.

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CHRIS CRUMP, Comrex, Senior Director of Sales rump has served as the senior director of sales and marketing for Comrex since 2004. In 1987, he began his professional radio career at ABC/Cap Cities Detroit before taking the features editor position at MediaBase Research/Monday Morning Replay. On-air, remote broadcast engineer, and creative services director roles followed for Capitol Broadcasting in Orlando and the Ron & Ron Radio Network in Tampa/St. Petersburg.

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ROBERT ERICKSON, Grass Valley, Strategic Account Manager, Sports and Venues member of the Grass Valley team since 2008, Erickson has more than 19 years of experience in the broadcast and IT markets with previous roles covering systems engineering, television station management, broadcast network design, and RF transmission systems. Throughout his career, his focus has been on designing and maintaining infrastructure and playout systems based on new and emerging technologies for both existing and greenfield broadcast facilities.

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JANEL FLEMING, LiveU, Director of Sports Sales leming is responsible for driving the strategy for LiveU’s Sports Group. She has been integral in bringing LiveU Sports solutions to professional teams, sports associations, and production companies, allowing them to create more unique live content and increase fan engagement. Throughout her career, Fleming has worked with broadcasters, producers, and distributors of sports, entertainment and news seeking reliable and robust backhaul video services.

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MARK FRAGALE, Rochester Institute of Technology, Associate Director of University Sports and Events Production ragale started the RIT SportsZone program with a handful of students and transformed the program into a 65-student production team with three full-time staff members. As executive producer, Fragale has directed the many aspects of sports video production from a sports news magazine program to live broadcasted sporting events on local stations and streaming services.

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JONATHAN GANTT, Clemson University, Associate AD/Creative Solutions antt has more than a decade of experience working in sports digital, on both the pro and college levels. As head of digital/creative for Clemson Athletics, Gantt led its digital transformation beginning in 2013 and helped the Tigers earn recognition from Forbes, Sports Business Journal, Sports Illustrated, and others as trendsetters in social content.

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MICHELLE GLOVER, University of Arkansas, Assistant AD - Broadcast Services 020 will be Glover’s 21st season working in athletics and video production. She oversees SEC Network productions and video board production, as well as creative video for Arkansas Razorback platforms. In her role at Arkansas, she has overseen video board upgrades at all venues, as well as an entire production facility inclusive of three control rooms.

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IMRY HALEVI, Harvard University, Assistant Director of Athletics, Multimedia and Production alevi joined Harvard University Athletics in 2012 as director of multimedia and production, and was promoted to his current role as assistant director of athletics in 2018. Halevi manages Harvard Athletics’ multimedia team, and leads all department-wide multimedia and production initiatives. He has completely reorganized video board productions and live game broadcasting for the Crimson, bringing these efforts in house, and expanding their scope and reach.

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SPEAKER BIOS AMY HUCHTHAUSEN, America East Conference, Commissioner he 2019-20 academic year marks Huchthausen’s ninth year as commissioner of the America East Conference where she has increased the conference’s profile through expansive media partnerships, a robust social and digital media strategy, and a progressive approach to the student-athlete experience. Under Huchthausen, the conference secured an 11-year agreement with ESPN providing a digital streaming home for a majority of its live content.

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DAVE JONES, Fox Sports, Director, Technical Operations ones is nearing 40 years in the broadcast industry, having started his junior year of high school. He has been with Fox since 2009 in various roles from freelance to contract. Jones joined the staff in 2016. Since 2011, Jones has managed tech and operations for college football through the fall and NASCAR, Golf, and XFL through the spring.

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ARTIE KEMPNER, Fox Sports, Director empner is in his 26th year with Fox Sports. The 12-time Sports Emmy Winner directs NFL and NASCAR for the network. Kempner worked for CBS Sports from 1982-94, before coming to Fox Sports as part of the start-up of the network after acquiring the rights to the NFL in 1993. He directed Super Bowl XXXIX (Eagles vs. Patriots) and Super Bowl XLII (Giants vs. Patriots), as well as 17 Daytona 500s.

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JOHN KVATEK, University of Central Florida, Associate AD, Multimedia and Creative vatek has overseen unprecedented growth in the Video Services Department at UCF, starting with the Knights since 2004. The department began with producing all coaches’ video and the department has since assumed responsibility for producing all video board content, coaches shows, television ads, and live-event ESPN+ Campus Productions. Kvatek was involved with the design and construction of UCF’s Football Stadium (originally called Bright House Networks Stadium), which opened in 2007.

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PARKER LEPPIEN, Auburn University, Senior Producer eppien is in his second year as a senior producer at Auburn Athletics and helps oversee the live broadcasts that originate out of Auburn’s control rooms for ESPN. Parker has spent the last six years helping with the SEC Network project at both Auburn and the University of Missouri. In addition to producing live sporting events, Parker has also helped with cost analysis reports at Auburn.

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VINNIE MACRI, Clear-Com, Market Outreach Manager acri oversees the market outreach program at Clear-Com, working directly with consultants, system/sound designers, and end-users to keep them informed of Clear-Com’s latest products and capabilities. He also brings market feedback back to product management. Macri has over 40 years of experience in theatre, live performance, and broadcast intercom resulting in a deep understanding of audio distribution technologies.

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MATT McEWEN, TVU Networks, VP of Product Management cEwen leads the TVU Networks Product Management team. He has over 17 years of experience developing award-winning broadcast and professional video products. Prior to TVU Networks, McEwen was director of product management at Focus Enhancements, a leading manufacturer of professional video solutions that was acquired by Vitec Multimedia in 2010. While at Focus, he was responsible for multiple product lines including the award-winning line of FireStore DTE Recorders, which was a key technology in the transition to tapeless acquisition in the broadcast market.

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SARITA MEINKING, Fox Sports, Director, Field Operations einking has worked at Fox Sports for 7+ years in field and technical operations. She started her career as an intern at NFL Films, before moving onto MLB Network and then Big Ten Network. At Fox, Meinking oversees the college basketball package, as well as golf and the Super Bowl.

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DAVID SAPHIRSTEIN, Venue Edge, Founder aphirstein is the founder of Venue Edge, a company focused on helping partners to better engage with their fans through innovative content, activations, and new technology. Saphirstein is a media executive with a proven track record for merging creativity and technology. He launched ESPN’s Sports Lab based at Full Sail University in Orlando and led/directed teams to develop new technologies, content, media, and applications.

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JARED SCHATZ, Ross Video, VP of Sales, U.S.A. and Canada chatz spends most of his time with the U.S. and Canadian sales teams translating Ross Video’s technology into valuable solutions with channel partners and customers. Schatz joined Ross Video in 2005 and has been a key participant in the company’s dramatic growth in the U.S. in various market spaces including sports and television news production.

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MARCUS SCHIOLER, Haivision, VP of Product Marketing chioler has over 20 years of experience in technology and product development, with a number of industry-leading companies. This experience has allowed him to develop a broad base of knowledge in video streaming and expertise in postproduction for film, television, and video games. Schioler frequently presents and writes on numerous video-related topics including broadcast streaming, cloud media routing, remote production, and low latency video. 

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DAVID SHAPIRO, Pixellot, President, North America hapiro is currently Pixellot’s president of North America. He is the former CEO of Steel Sports and brings with him nearly 20 years of experience in management, coaching, and corporate development in the youth sports arena. In addition to his time at Steel Sports, Shapiro spent 13 years helping build Positive Coaching Alliance, a national non-profit with the mission of developing ”Better Athletes, Better People” and is currently a member of its National Board of Directors.

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JOHN SERVIZZI, Tupelo Raycom, EVP, Engineering and Operations ervizzi is co-founder and executive vice president for engineering and operations at Tupelo Honey. An award-winning producer turned above-average engineer, Servizzi established WebStream Sports in 2006, bridging experience in high-level sports television production and high-quality, low-cost digital production methods.

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MAGGIE TYLER, James Madison University, Director of Video Services yler is the director of video services at James Madison University. At JMU, she is responsible for overseeing and leading the video department, with an emphasis on developing content to support social media and web distribution needs.

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ALYSON VANDER STEEN, North Dakota State University, Assistant AD - Marketing and Fan Engagement ander Steen was hired as NDSU’s assistant athletic director for marketing and fan engagement in June 2018. She oversees the marketing and promotional activities for NDSU athletic events, implementation of ticket promotions and sales plans, advertising campaigns, in-game entertainment, social media efforts, the multimedia department, and community and statewide outreach events.

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BRADLEY WASILITION, Ross Video, Business Development Manager, Piero Sports Graphics – Americas asilition is business development manager for Piero and sports analysis at Ross Video. His previous experience includes roles as director of sports analysis at ChyronHego, sports analyst at Hego US, research analyst for the NFL Network, football and salary cap analyst for the Tennessee Titans, and graduate assistant football coach at the University of Florida.

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WILL WATERS, NewTek, Head of Product Management aters has an extensive background in A/V and broadcast workflow design with practical implementation. During his tenure at NewTek, Waters led the creation of a sales organization in EMEA, and oversaw the launch and delivery of numerous NewTek video solutions, including NDI. Most recently, as VP of NewTek customer success, Waters was responsible for the design and implementation of extensive NDI-based workflows. JUNE 22-25, 2020 FOLLOW SVG COLLEGE SUMMIT AT #SVGCollege

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