Agenda: Thursday, June 24

All Times are Eastern

* Agenda topics and speakers subject to change.

Time Session
1:00 - 1:05 p.m.

Welcoming Remarks

1:05 - 2:00 p.m.

All the Feels: The Art and Science of Elite Video Storytelling

The task of telling the stories of your institution, student athletes, coaches, and more extends far beyond the game itself. Some of the industry’s best postproduction content creators share their creative inspiration while also cutting into the nitty-gritty of the technical processes that power the creation and effective distribution of the gorgeous and engaging content that has become synonymous with college sports.

2:00 - 2:15 p.m.

SVG College Technology Case Study

A leading technology vendor offers an in-depth look at a solution or service designed to meet the demands of college sports-video production.

2:15 - 2:45 p.m.

Campus Connection: Virtual Facility Tour

Miss visiting your colleagues’ facilities and getting inspired to bring some new ideas back to your campus? Take a focus tour of a new control room or live-production facility and get the chance to ask questions of those who built it.

2:45 - 3:15 p.m.

Tools of the Trade: Evolving Solutions and Technology That Feed the Content Beast

Everyone wants to find more-efficient ways to capture, edit, and distribute content. What solutions are making content-creation teams more productive (and less stressed) than ever, and how are these services paving the way for content to be built and shared at greater scale with greater efficiency?

3:15 - 4:30 p.m.


Postproduction content creators from across the world of collegiate athletics gather to share the latest gear, technology, workflows, and solutions that help make their content-creation plans possible. Don’t miss this peer-to-peer look behind the scenes at how some of the year’s most engaging video-content creators do what they do.


Want a more personal touch to your learning and networking experience at this year’s SVG College Summit? Sign up to participate in one of our “Mentor Circles.” These meeting rooms will place you in a specially curated group of four or five individuals comprising other collegiate Athletic Department professionals and technology leaders. Each Mentor Circle will feature a diverse collection of people representing various school sizes, geographies, and more to allow professionals and students of all experience levels to share ideas, glean advice, and ask questions to solve the unique challenges they face on campus. Mentor Circles will be themed on such concepts as control-room new builds, control-room renovations, production gear, and department management.