SVGW: Women in Sports Production will host its Networking Breakfast and Annual Meeting on Monday, Dec. 16, from 8:30 to 10:00 a.m. All are invited to attend this annual kickoff to the SVG Summit, which features a continental breakfast, plenty of networking time with women working in sports production, and a panel discussion: “Changing Careers, Changing Industry: Transition in Sports Production”.
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Changing Careers, Changing Industry: Transition in Sports Production
They say the only constant is change, and nowhere is that more true than in the sports-production industry. Whether that’s embarking on a change in career or adapting to the changes in the industry brought about by technological innovation, working in sports production requires flexibility, resilience, and a desire to learn new skills and take on new challenges. Learn from leading women who have built their careers by adapting to industry changes, embracing new technologies, and creating new opportunities.
Moderator: Karen Hogan Ketchum, SVG, Director of Production and Director, SVGW
Mary Ellen Carlyle, Dome Productions, SVP and GM
Patti Fallick, USTA, Managing Director, Broadcast
Michelle Munson, Eluvio, Co-Founder and CEO
SVGW (formerly SVG’s Women’s Sports Media Initiative) is a networking group that aims to enhance the role of women in the creation, production, and distribution of sports content. SVGW members are an integral part of the larger SVG community and work for sports leagues, teams, television networks, technology companies, and start-ups where their focus is the business and technology behind sports production.
In 2019, the SVG Summit marks its 14th year as the place to be for those involved in any aspect of sports production, content creation, or distribution. Once again it will bring together more than 1,000 industry professionals from across the country and around the world for two full days of networking, panel discussions, and more!
The event will be highlighted by informative workshop tracks covering a wide range of industry market segments and production disciplines. There will also be a general session track on Tuesday, Dec. 17 that will bring together the biggest names in sports TV for lively panel discussions.
If you or your company are involved in sports production for broadcast distribution, venue operations, college or team operations, asset management, digital, and more then make sure you join us at the New York Hilton Hotel beginning on the morning of Monday, Dec. 16.
Along with numerous workshop tracks will be the opportunity to meet with more than 70 exhibitors who will be displaying their latest products and technical solutions for the sports production professional.
For more information on registration, please contact Andrew Lippe, SVG Member Services, at [email protected].
Book your hotel room now at our discounted rate of $299 at the New York Hilton Midtown hotel.
For sponsorship opportunities, please contact SVG Managing Director of Worldwide Sponsorship Development Rob Payne ([email protected]) and SVG Manager of Sponsorship Development Andrew Gabel ([email protected]).