The latest event in the series drew more than 100 sports-video pros to the Scottsdale, AZ production facility
On Jan. 24, the latest event in SVG’s Regional Platinum Series took place at Sneaky Big’s state-of-the-art studios in Scottsdale, AZ. More than 100 sports-video-production professionals turned out for a full tour of Sneaky Big’s facility, an inside look at the upcoming launch of the Alliance of American Football, a panel focused on at-home production, and a closing reception that helped bring together the thriving sports-production community in Arizona and surrounding areas.
An opening session entitled “State of At-Home Production: The Evolving REMI Landscape” addressed how the explosion of at-home productions in recent years has dramatically changed the face of the live-sports industry. While many networks and content creators are using their own facilities as the base for these at-home shows, third-party production facilities like Sneaky Big are also playing a larger role in this evolving ecosystem.
The panel discussion (see full video) – moderated by Bill Hague, EVP of Magid and Associates – featured Chris Brown, Senior Director of Technical Operations at Turner Sports; Tom Carlisle, Senior Engineer at SNEAKY BIG; Michael Davies, SVP, Technical and Field Operations at Fox Sports; and Stephen Wharton, COO & CTO at Skycam.
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