The 2011 College Sports Video Summit begins on Tuesday, June 7 with a keynote address by Chris Plonsky, Women’s AD/Sr. Associate AD Athletics External Services, The University of Texas, and continues with three general sessions. The Summit continues on Wednesday, June 8 with three tracks of in-depth workshops:
Track 1: ROI Across the (Video) Board. Designed for schools with healthy video resources that are looking to increase ROI, this track reflects the challenges that video departments face as they look to increase revenue. Topics include building digital networks, creating content for tablet devices, working with marketing departments, and production safety for student workers.
Track 2: Getting Resourceful: Going Outside the Box to Improve Video Production. This track is designed for SIDs and video personnel at programs with more limited budgets who want to increase the value of their productions. Topics include building relationships with regional sports networks, working with on-campus academic programs, and creating electronic media guides.
Track 3: Sports Production Boot Camp. While buying the tools to create audio and video content may be easy, understanding how to produce compelling content is not. The CSVS Sports Production Boot Camp is designed to provide an overview of best practices for equipment operation and an understanding of production techniques, distribution options, and much more.