Location: Clinton, Second Floor

The SVG College Initiative returns to the SVG Summit this year to offer informative presentations and discussions addressing the robust college sports video production industry. With major networks, conference digital networks, and athletic departments all producing more live and on-demand college sports content than ever before, a whole new industry of sports video production has emerged with its own set of unique challenges and opportunities. Join us at the SVG College: New York workshop at the SVG Summit in New York City to network with industry peers and leaders in technology development and help take your career and your organization to the next level.

SVG College Initiative Update and Survey Presentation
Receive an update of the latest activities and opportunities available to members and sponsors through the SVG College Initiative. Also, results from the latest SVG College Initiative survey will be presented to offer a snapshot of the state of the college sports video industry.
Brandon Costa, Sports Video Group, Director, SVG College

Closed Captioning: Legal Ramifications and Execution
The FCC has declared it law that closed captioning be included in all online video, which offers a new set of challenging for the college sports video production community. What does the law require of you? What are some best practices for efficient execution?
Imry Halevi, Harvard University, Director of Multimedia and Production
Bill McLaughlin, EEG Enterprises, Vice President, Product Development

Tech Spotlight: EVS C-Cast and the University of Nebraska
James Stellpflug, EVS Americas, VP, Product Marketing

Guest Speaker (TBD)

The Art of Replay and its Impact on the Game Broadcast 
Replay has grown from more than a production element within a videoboard show. Now it’s critical to the game itself as officials rely on it more and more. How are new replay workflows having an impact on productions? Who is responsible for the technology, costs, and execution?  Plus, how are schools and conferences working together to coordinate the implementation of this key technology?
Scott Rinehart, University of Notre Dame, Lead Technologist, Fighting Irish Digital Media