Agenda: Thursday, June 2


Time Session
10 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Technology Showcases Open

8:00 a.m. -

Registration Opens

9:00 a.m -

Opening Remarks

Brandon Costa, Sports Video Group, Director, SVG College
David Ross, Ross Video, Founder and CEO
Imry Halevi, Harvard University, Director of Multimedia & Production

9:10 a.m. -

From the Front Bench: Producing and Directing an Elite Live Event

Preparing for and executing a live event broadcast is a unique undertaking and one that takes a tremendous amount of planning and foresight. Top producers and directors from across the industry offer their thoughts on preparing your crew, establishing storylines, and how to make it look like you have more camera sources than you actually do. Even with limited technological resources, a professional-caliber production is within your grasp.
Moderator:
Ken Kerschbaumer, Sports Video Group, Executive Editor
Speakers:
Steve Ackels, ESPN/SEC Network, Coordinating Producer
Mark Fragale, Rochester Institute of Technology, Asst. Director – RIT Production Services
Renardo Lowe, Turner Sports, Director
John Servizzi, WebStream Productions, Founder and CEO

9:55 a.m. -

Technology Case Study

Single Operator and Wireless Solutions for Sports Production
presented by JVC

In this case study, JVC will share its latest solutions that aim to assist a single operator from a high school or college to stream high quality coverage of a sporting event and how, by utilizing low cost wireless network antennas, robust streaming solutions can be applied to even the most challenging of applications.
Presenter:
Ian Scott, JVCKENWOOD, VP, Professional Video Division

10:10 a.m. -

Keynote Speaker

Robert Shaw, Facebook, Global Sports Media Partnerships

Mastering Facebook: Success at the Intersection of Video and Social
In this keynote address, Shaw will speak about the latest developments at the social media giant, his keys to success in a digital-first content world, and how to get the most out of your Facebook content strategy.

10:30 a.m. -

Networking Break

Visit the Technology Showcases in the exhibit area.

11:10 a.m. -

Storytellers Stage

Features are a powerful way to share the story of your program. Annie Gottlieb of Pac-12 Networks goes inside a unique piece she put together on Oregon State men’s basketball.
Presenter:
Annie Gottlieb, Pac-12 Networks, Sr. Show Producer

11:25 a.m. -

Building and Maintaining a Conference Digital Network

Conferences large and small have found the value in keeping their institutions united under one banner for programming, branding, and operations. However, conference-wide networks require a lot of planning and forethought: Who makes gear decisions? How are programming and production responsibilities assigned? How do individual institutions best contribute to the greater mission while maintaining their own brands?
Speakers:
Ezra Broder, West Coast Conference, Assistant Director, Video Services
Mark Bryant, Big South Conference, Director of Multimedia Development
Jordan Foreman, Conference USA, Director of C-USA Network
Paul Lollis, Southern Conference, Director of Video Productions
Matt Panto, The Ivy League, Asst. Executive Director, Digital Media & Communications

12:10 p.m. -

Award Presentations:
SVG/NACDA Technology Leadership Award & SVG College Pioneer Award

12:30 p.m. -

Networking Lunch

1:45 p.m. -

Storage Challenges: Protecting and Archiving Your Video Assets

From valuable historical content to the hundreds of hours of new video being produced each academic year, athletic departments are faced with a tremendous task of getting the most out of its archived video assets. With a viable wide-scale solution yet to hit the market, in what ways can a program better safeguard its most valuable content and quickly utilize it for various purposes, including integration into live event productions and social media?
Moderator:
Jason Dachman, Sports Video Group, Chief Editor
Speakers:
Ian Krabacher
, Avid, Senior Principal Product Designer
Scott McBurney, Atlantic Coast Conference, Associate Commissioner, Advanced Media
Eric Pelloni, University of Colorado, Asst. Director, BuffVision
Scott Rinehart, University of Notre Dame, Broadcast Technology Program Director, FIDM

2:30 p.m. -

Technology Case Study

Elemental Technologies

2:45 p.m. -

Storytellers Stage

Few do features better than the team at Big Ten Network’s The Journey. Bill Friedman of BTN pulls back the curtain on his piece looking at the amazing childhood of University of Iowa guard Peter Jok.
Presenter:
Bill Friedman, Big Ten Network, Coordinating Producer

3:00 p.m. -

Networking Break

Visit the Technology Showcases in the exhibit area.

3:45 p.m. -

Venue Videoboard Production and Engaging Fans in Their Seats

Whether your in-venue video board is massive or modest, entertaining and informing fans with it is becoming a new art form all of its own. How do some of the best at all levels pump up the crowd, showcase their best content, design captivating graphics, and coordinate all of the sales and marketing elements that need to go into making a complete in-venue scoreboard production?
Moderator:
Karen Hogan
, Sports Video Group, Senior Editor
Speakers:

Ryan Brown, Wingate University, Director of Broadcasting & Productions
Kevin Cottam, Ross Video, Business Development Manager, Sports & Live Events
Imry Halevi, Harvard University, Director of Multimedia & Production
Jim Nachtman
, Penn State University, Asst. Athletic Director, Media and Video Production
Andy Young, Auburn University, Assistant AD/Video Services

4:30 p.m. -

Gone In 6 Seconds: Video, Engagement, and Storytelling in the Social Media Landscape

New social media platforms are completely changing the game of engagement and storytelling. Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, SnapChat, and Vine – just to name a few – have content creators thinking less about longer form content and more about designing and distributing video content that is no more than 30, 15, or even 6-seconds long. How can you more effectively use video in your social strategy and what kind of video content works best on each platform?
Moderator:
Brandon Costa, SVG College, Director
Speakers:
David Bassity, University of Houston, Associate Athletics Director for Strategic Communication
Dan LaTorraca, Carolina Panthers, Manager of Digital Content and Strategy
Chris Mycoskie, Southland Conference, Assistant Commissioner, Television and Electronic Media
Jermaine Spradley, Bleacher Report, Executive Editor

5:15 p.m. -

SVG/NACDA College Sports Media Awards Ceremony

Join us for this annual event honoring the best in college sports programming, storytelling, operations, and more.

Full list of 2016 College Sports Media Awards Finalists

6:30 p.m. -

College Sports Media Awards Celebration & Networking Reception

In Exhibitor Area