Learn Something New: Register for Road to CSVS, Schubin Cafe Webinars

In the upcoming weeks, the Sports Video Group will be bringing together some of sports video’s movers and shakers and attendees won’t have to go any further than their desks. Topics ranging from online to the future of the TV will be the focus of two webinars brought to you from the College Sports Video Summit and the Schubin Cafe.

Digital networks have grown into a prized commodity for colleges both large and small. Video professionals looking to take their video productions online should register for the third installment of The Road to CSVS webinar series “Digital Networks: Managing and Distributing Video to Reach a Larger Audience.”

Heralded television technology expert Mark Schubin returns to SVG for a webinar to discuss the future of TV beyond high-definition. 4K, and even 8K, resolutions were a major topic of conversation at this month’s Consumer Electronics Summit (CES) and Schubin has the details behind the tech that will take the consumer viewing experience to the next level.

The Road to CSVS
Digital Networks: Managing and Distributing Video to Reach a Larger Audience
Tuesday, Jan. 24, 2 p.m. ET | Register

Sponsored by XOS Digital, this webinar will discuss how a school, conference, or rights holder can develop a digital network, why it’s important to their brand, and how to use it to help build revenue streams.

Hosted by College Sports Video Summit chairman Tom Buffolano, special guests include Mark Bryant, Director of Multimedia at Big South Conference, Jeremy Guy, Director of Communications, Mid-American Conference, and Barry Loudis, VP Digital Sports Networks, XOS Digital.

Schubin Cafe
Beyond HD: Resolution, Frame-Rate, and Dynamic Range
Thursday, Feb. 9, 2 p.m. ET | Register

Join multiple Emmy Award winning SMPTE Fellow Mark Schubin for a look at what’s what in the possible futures beyond HD.

Proponents of HDTV are pushing 4K and 8K resolution, higher frame rates, and high dynamic range, not to mention stereoscopic 3D. Are any of these necessary? Beneficial? Harmful? Find out the answers with this free webcast.