The sessions will begin with a Sport Production Leaders Briefing. Sky Germany SVP of sport production Alessandro Reitano will be joined by Trevor Turner, F1’s Head of New Technologies for Broadcast & Media, Sky Sports Executive Director of Production Services and Operations Inga Ruhl, and Mediapro CTO and operations manager Emili Planas for a state of the nation style panel discussion. Topics under the spotlight will include production, operational and technology priorities for both themselves and the wider sports broadcasting industry.
Marc Risby, DigiBox Managing Director and CTO will be discussing the impact of NDI on the industry. Connect with Marc here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcrisby/
On the same bill, BBC Sport Lead Executive, Major Events, Ron Chakraborty and BBC Sport Creative Director, Motion, John Murphy will discuss the BBC’s Tokyo Olympics coverage, including the attention-grabbing virtual set that was used for presentation.
In addition, the newly appointed CTO of NEP, Pete Emminger, will take part in his first public interview since being appointed, discussing his new role and his plans for the future.
Other speakers include:
- Per Lindgren, CTO, Net Insight
- Anna Lockwood, Head of Global Sales, Telstra Broadcast Services
- Karl Kathuria, Customer Solutions Director, Never.no
- Chris Clarke, CEO and co-founder, Cerberus Tech
- Marina Kalkanis, CEO, M2A
- Rasmus Larsson, Product Director, Sony Sports
In addition to the conference sessions, Sport Production & Technology Summit will also include the prestigious Sports TV Awards, sponsored by Canon, as well as networking opportunities, exhibits and a tour of the iconic stadium.
It is essential that you register in order to attend this event, so if you haven’t already, register now to secure your place. You will not be able to turn up on the day and gain access as numbers are limited and we have already introduced a waiting list.
For more information and to register visit: Sport Production & Technoolgy Summit