Video on campus: insights and best practices

Discover how four AV experts are innovating at their respective universities to solve the challenges of the ever-growing demand for video on campus:

  • USC – Joe Way on new media content creation
  • MTSU – James Copeland on classroom capture
  • Vanderbilt – BC Hatchett on one button studios
  • University of Oregon – Scott LaBounty on athletics and events
  • 1 hour 10 minutes

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Participate in an insight-rich discussion

  • Multistreaming

    Designing a winning tech stack

    What platforms and tech do other college and university AV teams use in their video solutions? Get a glimpse from our panelists, and maybe learn about a new tool or two.

  • Lecture capture

    Solving setup pain points

    The path to success isn’t always a straight line. Learn which challenges these AV pros had to overcome to get to the winning solution.

  • Rigorously tested

    Advice on your project

    Do you have questions about sourcing, deploying, and managing a solution? Engage in a live discussion and ask relevant questions about your trials.

Your panel of experts

Seize the opportunity to interact live with our panel of higher education AV experts:

  • Joe Way, Director, Learning Environments, University of Southern California

    Dr. Josiah Way is the Director of Learning Environments at the University of Southern California and 2019 AV Professional of the Year. He was named to EdTech’s Higher Ed IT Top Influencers list, and most recently was awarded 2021 AV Project of the Year for his revolutionary hybrid learning space installation at USC. Joe is the CEO of the Higher Ed AV Media Group, hosts Higher Ed AV podcast, and is the co-founder and chair of the Higher Education Technology Managers Alliance (

  • BC Hatchett, Associate Director, Classroom Technology, Vanderbilt University

    BC Hatchett is the Associate Director of Classroom Technology at Vanderbilt University. An instructional technology professional with experience in both educational and media production settings, BC is passionate about enhancing education through the use of technology. BC will be sharing his experience building self-serve video recording studios.

  • Scott LaBounty, Associate Athletic Director, Broadcasting and Video, University of Oregon Athletics

    Scott LaBounty is the Associate Athletic Director of Broadcasting and Video at the University of Oregon Athletics. Scott has managed and overseen numerous oversees and manages the video department for the University of Oregon Athletic Department. Scott will be speaking about athletic event capture and streaming.

  • James Copeland, IT-AV Team Director, Classroom Technology Client Services, Middle Tennessee State University

    James is the IT-AV Team Director of Classroom Technology Client Services at MTSU. James is the architect behind one of the largest classroom capture deployments in the country and will be presenting this project.

  • Julian Fernandez, Product manager, Epiphan Video

    An innovative marketer, Julian is an expert in building messaging to demystify technology and illustrate customer benefits to drive sales and improve market positioning.

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