Feb 10, 2021
We revisit the team side of the sports video production industry to discuss the continuously evolving challenge of using video to build an in-venue experience, while simultaneously engaging with fans at home who - largely - can’t be in attendance at live games due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Joining us on The SVG Podcast is Kurt Doster, Director of Arena Video Production for the Miami Heat, who will share how his team is partnering with their local RSN to recreate the control room at AmericanAirlines Arena. Also, we speak with Golden State Warriors' SVP of Marketing Jen Millet and Director of Facility Health and Hygiene Jackie Ventura to get the scoop on how the new Chase Center is combating the challenges of the day, including a look at their "Dub Hub" project, which is brining fans at home into the building to experience Warriors games this season.
Both interviews are conducted by SVG's Associate Editor Kristian Hernandez.
This episode of The SVG Podcast is sponsored by Dolby. Live sports bring communities together like nothing else. And the multidimensional sound of Dolby Atmos puts fans in the center of the action, so they feel like they are part of the event. For several years, Dolby has been working with both broadcasters and our ecosystem partners to transport fans from their living rooms to the stadium and the immersive experience of Dolby Atmos has helped to preserve communities as they rally around their favorite teams. For more, visit the company online at professional.dolby.com.
The SVG Podcast is for the sports-video–production professional looking to keep up with the latest in sports-video–production operations and technology. The program features interviews with some of the biggest, most influential names in the sports-video business talking trends and topics that are making an impact on the industry.