New Speakers, Sponsors Added to CSVS Program

The second-annual College Sports Video Summit, taking place June 8-9 in Atlanta, is growing in scope and scale. New speakers are added to the program each week and the three workshop tracks — Strategic Partnerships, Cost-Effective Technology Solutions, and A Video Marketing Plan — are now complete. Some of the most recent additions to the program include:

  • Duane Lindberg, assistant commissioner of the Pac-10 Conference, will offer his View from the Commissioner’s Office in the event’s closing panel
  • Tom Odjakjian, associate commissioner of the Big East Conference, will debate the merits of a Conference-Specific Network in the opening panel of Day 2
  • Randy Ray, director of broadcast engineering at West Texas A&M University, has joined the Cross-Campus Connections workshop
  • Chris Ostien, senior producer/director for West Virginia University’s Mountaineer Sports Network, will participate in the Student-Run Productions workshop
  • Bryan Bray, director of BaylorVision at Baylor University, will discuss Running Your Athletic Video Department: From Staff to Stuff, in the second general session on June 8

Be sure to visit CSVSummit.com/program for all the latest program updates and bios of every speaker taking the stage in Atlanta.

All college and conference employees who register to attend the Summit before April 15 — at the discounted rate of $125 — are entitled to a free hotel room. Register today at CSVSummit.com to claim yours!

In addition, the Technology Showcase that this year’s event will be more robust than ever, thanks to support from a growing number of sponsors. Already committed to the showcase are Diamond Sponsor Sony and MVP Sponsor Bexel; Champion Sponsors Ericsson and Orad; and All-Star Sponsors Abekas, EVS, Fujinon, Grass Valley, Intelsat, Ross, Salzbrenner Stagetec, SOS Global Express, and Telecast Fiber Systems. Sponsorship opportunities and information are available at CSVSummit.com.