Football Production Summit: Austrian, Dutch, Italian and Polish broadcasters discuss Match-Day Production

SVGE_480 x 320px guide openSVG Europe’s flagship Football Production Summit takes place in two weeks time, Wednesday 23 March at Stade de France in Saint-Denis. Joining SVGE moderator Catherine Wright for our ‘Match-Day Production: Broadcasters Pushing Boundaries’ session will be Manuela Baraschi, Sky Italia, Head of Sports Production and Operations; Marcin Serafin, Ekstraklasa Live Park Poland, Head of Operations; Henk van Meerkerk, Fox Sports Netherlands, Head of Production; and Michael Voegler, ORF Austria, Head of Directors Sport.

Football rightsholding broadcasters around Europe continue to push boundaries in production of events, seeking ever-closer access to players and coaches plus adoption of the very latest tools to tell compelling high-profile stories. What’s the latest in European football match-day production? Where are we now in hot-topic areas like remote production, social media, second screen, IP, VR, player tracking? Senior football broadcasting figures discuss the current outlook and also what they think is coming next in terms of technology and production techniques.

Football remains a major driver of sports broadcast technology innovation in Europe. SVG Europe’s Football Production Summit is a unique forum for broadcasters, OB providers, federations, leagues and clubs to learn about Euro 2016 preparations and to explore match-day acquisition, OB production, pitch-side innovation and studio content presentation for both top-end and lower-cost football shows.

An integral part of the annual SVG Europe technology conference calendar, Football Production Summit is an invaluable opportunity to explore the present and future broadcast workflows shaping the coverage of this sport.

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