Venue Production and Technology Roundtable

Tuesday, December 15, 2020
Time: 2:00 – 3:15 p.m.

Without fans in the stands, in-venue professionals had to devise other ways to put their control rooms to use. From videoboard elements to producing fabricated crowd noise, crews had to get creative with their planning and execution. In this roundtable, directors and managers of in-game presentation discuss how content strategies and production philosophies have shifted since the return of live sports, what lessons can be learned from NFL franchises with in-stadium fans, and how remote/cloud-based technologies played a vital role while crew members were working from home.

Confirmed Speakers:
Justin Casserly, Las Vegas Raiders, Director, Game and Event Presentation

Chris DeRuyscher, Texas Rangers, Senior Director of Ballpark Entertainment & Production
Tina DiVilio, San Jose Sharks, Event Presentation Manager

Russ Jenisch, Denver Broncos, Senior Director of Event Presentation and Production
Billy Johnson, Cincinnati Reds, Productions Manager
Aron Kennedy, San Francisco 49ers, VP, Game Day Productions and Video Operations
Joe Kuchie, New Jersey Devils, Senior Manager of Scoreboard and Live Production

Kristen Pugh, Kansas City Chiefs, Manager of Game and Event Entertainment
Mike Stevens, Indianapolis Colts, Operations Manager of Video Engineering

Sponsored by: Microsoft

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Time Session
2:00 - 3:15 p.m.

Venue Production and Technology Roundtable