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American Athletic Conference’s Morgan Uber to Host Ceremony in Atlanta on Monday

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Winners in Outstanding Social Media Video and Outstanding Program Series to be announced this Thursday

Morgan Uber, Director of Video Communications and Reporter for theAmerican Athletic Conference, will serve as the Master of Ceremonies for the 2022 SVG College Sports Media Awards ceremony, which is set to be hosted at the Omni Atlanta Hotel on Monday, June 13 beginning at 5 p.m. ET.

Awards will be presented in the categories of Outstanding Live Game Production, Outstanding Live Non-Game Production. Outstanding Special Feature, and Outstanding In-Venue Video.

MORE: 2022 SVG College Sports Media Awards Finalists

NOTE: Winners in the categories of Outstanding Program Series and Outstanding Social Media Video will be announced on Thursday, June 9 here at sportsvideo.org and at @SVGCollege on Twitter.

REGISTER: SVG College Summit (June 13-14, Atlanta)

If you are unable to attend the 2022 SVG College Sports Media Awards ceremony in Atlanta, follow @SVGCollege on Twitter where results will be shared in real-time on Monday.

For more information on the SVG College Summit’s agenda, activities, and schedule, email SVG College Summit program director Brandon Costa at brandon@sportsvideo.org.

To reserve your place now or to receive additional registration information leading up to the 14th-annual SVG College Summit, please email Andrew Lippe at andrew@sportsvideo.org.

Technology vendors interested in exhibiting at the event, please email Rob Payne at rob@sportsvideo.org or Andrew Gabel at agabel@sportsvideo.org.

To stay on top of all of the latest with the SVG College Summit, visit our website at www.svgcollege.com and follow us on Twitter @SVGCollege.





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