For the sixth consecutive year, DVSport has partnered with ESPN during the College Football Playoff National Championship Presented by AT&T for Film Room on ESPNEWS and Refcast on the ESPN App.
This year's Film Room features SEC Network college football analyst Gene Chizik, Liberty head coach Hugh Freeze and two DVSport coaching clients in Wake Forest head coach Dave Clawson and North Carolina A&T’s Sam Washington. As in the past, Film Room features the coaches providing in-depth analysis in a film room equipped with DVSport’s On-Air Talent Replay System. This system will provide immediate access to multiple camera angles and full control of those angles (program, All-22, SkyCam and high endzone) on air.
Refcast will feature Arizona State head coach Herm Edwards and ESPN commentator Jason Bennetti along with former officials John Parry and Matt Austin who will provide commentary from a referee's prospective. Refcast will also utilize DVSport's On-Air Talent Replay System to move between multiple camera angles allowing commentators many viewing options throughout the game.
DVSport's On-Air Talent Replay System was most recently featured when Kirk Herbstreit provided fans a behind the scenes look at his home set-up for the College Football Playoffs. DVSport's On-Air Talent Replay System has been used by Herbstreit in the College Game Day broadcasters booth since the 2014 season.
DVSport, Inc. is a software company founded in Pittsburgh, PA specializing in digital video acquisition, analysis, and play-back software designed specifically for the sports market. DVSport has provided Instant Replay in college football since 2005 and college basketball since 2010.
DVSport is the current provider of Instant Replay for NCAA college football for the ACC, American, Big Ten, Big-12, Big South, Big Sky, Colonial, MAC, MEAC, Mountain West, Missouri Valley, OVC, Pac-12, SEC, Sun Belt and SWAC conferences. In addition, DVSport has been the exclusive postseason Replay Solution provider for the College Football Playoff (“CFP”), FCS, D-II, D-III playoffs and the NAIA championship game.