CoSIDA (College Sports Information Directors of America) is a 3,100+ member organization comprised of athletic communications, creatives and sports public relations/ information professionals throughout all levels of collegiate athletics in the United States and Canada.
Convention organizers will use TVU Producer, TVU Partyline and a TVU Transceiver to live stream three different events during the convention to its website at CoSIDA.com. The CoSIDA live streaming events are: An All-Star Night of Honors presented by ESPN (June 27); the Academic All-America Hall of Fame & Dick Enberg Award luncheon (June 28); and the CoSIDA Special Awards Luncheon (June 29).
CoSIDA will use the TVU Producer live production platform to assist in producing all three of the streaming shows, including lower third graphics. TVU Producer will enable CoSIDA to move multi-camera, remote production to the cloud for a more agile workflow, as well as a reliable live streaming distribution to any platform.
Former Dartmouth College basketball star and now President and CEO of Fortune 20 health company Anthem, Gail (Koziara) Boudreaux, will attend the 2022 CoSIDA Academic All-America® Hall of Fame Induction remotely from New York. She will use her laptop to join the event via TVU Partyline. Using TVU Partyline, a real-time, ultra-low latency, cloud-based collaboration platform, live production teams and guests can work together as though they’re in the same studio.
CoSIDA Convention live streams will be delivered in broadcast-quality HD up to 1080p60. The TVU Transceiver is built for low latency, high speed, efficiency and adaptability while routing and distributing IP content throughout multiple networks. Smart VBR (Variable Bit Rate) enables TVU Servers to adapt quickly and efficiently to extreme fluctuations in bandwidth during live transmissions.