Sports Video Group LLC

19 W 21st St
New York NY 10010

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  • Mon: 9am-5pm
  • Tue: 9am-5pm
  • Wed: 9am-5pm
  • Thu: 9am-5pm
  • Fri: 9am-5pm

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About SVG Sports Video Group was formed in 2006 to support the professional community that relies on video, audio, and broadband technologies to produce and distribute sports content. Leagues, owners, teams, players, broadcasters, webcasters, and consumer technology providers have joined the SVG to learn from each other, turn vision into reality, implement new innovations, while sharing experiences that will lead to advancements in the sports production/distribution process and the overall consumer sports experience. To provide a knowledge resource for the growing community of sports video professionals working for broadcast/broadband organizations, professional teams and leagues, collegiate and secondary schools, and facilities. To facilitate a dialogue with manufacturers, suppliers and technology developers that will improve the quality and profitability of sports programming. Leagues, Schools and Teams: In the world of sports entertainment, these are the content owners the owners and providers of the programming that demands new levels of production quality, content management systems, and worldwide distribution systems. Statistical data needs to be standardized. Video footage needs to be archived and managed. New business models need to be analyzed. Production techniques need to maximize the entertainment value and profitability of the programming. Coaches and Trainers: Increasingly, sports leagues, teams, and athletes are using video to improve on-field performance. Video is everywhere: whether it's breaking down game films, studying a golf swing, or helping the pit crew study its performance during a recent NASCAR event. By bringing together video professionals with equipment makers the latter will now know how to retool their products to best serve the individual market needs. Stadiums and Arenas: Scoreboards, digital signage, audio systemstoday's stadiums and arenas are a bastion of cutting-edge video technologies. This will continue to grow as stadium owners look to better entertain everyone in the arena: from the fans in high-end luxury suites to those in the cheap seats. while the venues themselves become the working stage for worldwide broadcast and broadband sports performances.