SVG Europe’s FutureSport drawing near – register now!

The final SVG Europe technology summit of 2014, FutureSport, will take place at Lord’s Cricket Ground, London, on 2 December, and include sessions on 4K, IP delivery, object-based audio, ultra slow-motion replay and wireless cameras – among other topics set to define the future of sports broadcasting over the next couple of years.

Once again, SVG Europe has assembled an enviable roll-call of influential figures from sports broadcasting and related technological disciplines, including: Sky technical manager Robin Broomfield, Sky chief engineer broadcast strategy Chris Johns, Sky Sports director of operations Keith Lane, Devoncroft Partners principal Josh Stinehour, BBC R&D lead engineer IP studio project Peter Brightwell, DYVI Live general manager Philippe Van Walle, Calrec sales & marketing director Henry Goodman, Lawo Group director R&D Stefan Ledergerber, Clear-Com product marketing manager Vinnie Macri, Riedel Communications CEO Thomas Riedel and Telos Alliance director of technology Greg Shay.

Also taking part are: Ravensbourne College consultant Michael O’Sullivan, Dolby snr product marketing manager Rob France, Grass Valley senior segment manager live production Eric DuFossé,  Broadcast-Solutions GmbH product manager international Sandro Glanzer, EVS market solution manager OB & live production Laurent Petit, I-MOVIX CEO Laurent Renard, Broadcast Rental CTO Martijn Swart, Cobham Broadcast systems director Stuart Brown, Broadcast RF technical director Mark Houghton, LiveU regional sales director Paul Shepherd, Vislink solutions engineering manager Laurence Venner, Presteigne Broadcast Hire director of operations Alan Bright, Riot Games technical producer and Production Associates COO Colin Cradock, IMG Media SVP global director of engineering & technology David Shield, and Riot Hames global technical producer and Production Associates CEO Michael Thuney.

For a full programme, and to register, please visit

Subscribe and Get SVG Europe Newsletters