TVU Networks Appoints Greg Doggett as Director of Sports and Entertainment
By Media Entertainment Tech Outlook | Friday, July 31, 2020
TVU Networks has appointed Greg Doggett as Director of Sports and Entertainment for its TVU Sports group division.
FREMONT, CA: The market and technology leader in cloud and IP-based live video solutions TVU Networks has appointed Greg Doggett as Director of Sports and Entertainment during the pandemic due to an increase in interest and demand for TVUs remote video solutions. He will help the company by leading the deployment of their IP based cloud solutions in the Sports and Entertainment markets.
Doggett also has 25 years of experience in broadcast media sales and business development. He came to TVU with experience gained from the broadcast and media division of Rhode and Schwartz. Before that, he was also positioned in numerous senior management and executive sales positions at Grass Valley, Snell, and Miranda Technologies.
According to Kyle Luther, Vice President of Sales, North America, TVU Networks, "We're excited to have Greg on board. He will work closely with current sports customers on identifying their remote live video needs as well as introduce our complete portfolio of cloud-based solutions to the larger industry, including professional and collegiate teams and leagues."
The TVUs cloud solutions that are utilized for live video acquisition, transmission, production, and distribution are intended to assist the sports organizations so that they can engage and interact with fans no matter where they include their living rooms. Besides, its popular TVU Anywhere app that transforms a mobile device into a live video transmitter, TVU Grid that is utilized for Internet-based video switching, routing and distribution, and TVU Producer, which is a simple and accessible cloud-based solution for broadcast-quality production recently the company has introduced their TVU Partyline, that is a revolutionary development for social production.
TVU Partyline also offers every member a remote production environment so that they can communicate effortlessly, which will look like they are all in the same physical space. It even permits the production crews, talent, and guests to make use of the production tools and cooperate remotely in real-time with full HD video quality, perfectly coordinated audio and video, and mix-minus one audio feedback. Cooperation within TVU Partyline is possible due to the Real-Time Interactive Layer (RTIL).