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About Sports Video Group (SVG) Advancing the Creation, Production and Distribution of Sports Content.
The Sports Video Group was formed in 2006 to support the professional community that relies on video, audio, and broadband technologies to produce and distribute sports content. Leagues, owners, teams, players, broadcasters, webcasters, and consumer technology providers have joined the SVG to learn from each other, turn vision into reality, implement new innovations, while sharing experiences that will lead to advancements in the sports production/distribution process and the overall consumer sports experience.
Hockey, Judo, F1 Rowing, Sailing, Table Tennis, Skiing, Squash, Cycling, Volleyball, Archery, 3x3 Basketball, Full Court Basketball, Canoeing, Modern Pentathlon, Ice Skating, Muaythai, Extreme Sports, Urban Games and more.

Presspool Roberto Landini is the Italian correspondent for SVGEurope.org


Euro Media Group for "XXX Summer Universiade", Naples

The recognised ability of Euro Media Group to design and implement every service required by the entire production chain in today's audio and video world is the technological-operative heart that allowed the production of all the audiovisual content for the recent Universiade, thirtieth edition, "XXX Summer Universiade", held in Naples last July.

The French company, with headquarters in Saint Denis has a multinational reach thanks to companies in seven countries, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, United Kingdom, Switzerland and Italy.

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L'Opera Broadcast Video Service and their new OB7, 14-meter truck with 28 4K UHD HDR cameras.

L'Opera Broadcast Video Service was born 35 years ago in Foggia, following the intuition that, in order to survive in the South of Italy and in a difficult working situation, it was necessary to differentiate from the qualitative point of view by creating a strong profile.

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SVG Sport Summit part 2

Here is the second part of SVG Sports Summit in Sky Italy, Milan.

[Link to part 1]

Panel: NAB2019 - What Was Seen and What Was Interesting? (part 2)
Other important points addressed by the Panel were:
"Is the cloud a valid ally? And virtualization? And how to exploit some artificial intelligence applications to enrich sports content with metadata? Are we facing a valid accelerator for television production? Can the cloud be used for automatation using low-cost tools?

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OUR MAIN COURSES (FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS): PressPool Press office "main courses" (for international customers) are: * Creating press releases and case studies on target * Create and populate international websites * Web videos, pure...

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