Need Help? The Sports Broadcasting Fund is here for YOU!

Life, as they say, happens. Fires that cause the loss of a home. Illnesses that cause the loss of income. And, of course, death. Those are just three of the many reasons the Sports Broadcasting Fund is here for you. The Fund, established in 2012 by the Sports Video Group, is designed to offer financial support for industry professionals who […]

Program Productions Makes Five-Year Commitment to Support the Sports Broadcasting Fund

Program Productions, one of the leading labor management firms in the broadcasting and live event industries, announced that it will make the Sports Broadcasting Fund the focus of its charitable efforts for the next five years. “We are pleased and excited to announce this major initiative today,” said Program Productions President and CEO Robert Carzoli. “When [my father] he started […]

Sports Broadcasting HOF Benefits Sports Broadcasting Fund and Those in Need

SVG Sports Broadcasting Fund Chairman Ken Aagaard addresses the crowd at the Sixth-Annual Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame Ceremony. The 2012 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame ceremony, held on Dec. 11, 2012, raised more than $100,000 for the Sports Broadcasting Fund. “The Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame continues its evolution from a celebration of excellence to an event that is […]

Former NBC Executive Dick Ebersol and Wife Susan Saint James Pledge $100,000 to SVG Sports Broadcasting Fund

2011 Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame Inductee Dick Ebersol and his wife Susan Saint James celebrate the “family of sports television” with a founding pledge to the Sports Broadcasting Hall of Fame. View video here.

Alliance Productions Donates $100,000 to SVG Sports Broadcasting Fund

Alliance Productions, the consortium of remote production service providers founded in 1997, provided the highlight of the NAB Convention in Las Vegas when its members voted to donate $100,000 to the SVG Sports Broadcasting Fund,

SVG Sports Broadcasting Fund Establishes Ken Romano Memorial

The SVG Sports Broadcasting Fund has established a memorial in honor of longtime slow-motion-replay operator Ken Romano, who worked with CBS Sports, YES Network, and others. Romano passed away last week at the age of 46 from cancer and donations to the memorial will be used to help his two daughters and wife during this time of need. For those […]