From Cloud to Air: The NHL’s Live Game Broadcast in the Cloud with AWS

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Originally Aired - Sunday, April 14   |   3:50 PM - 4:20 PM PT

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On March 22, 2024, the NHL became the first professional league to produce a game in the cloud for live television in North America. The live cloud production journey began in March 2023, with a shadow production of a Seattle Kraken game. That proof of concept led the NHL to producing multilingual world feeds of preseason games in Melbourne, Australia. This exploration continued with additional shadow broadcasts for a handful of games in the US, all produced on AWS. Join this session to hear from NHL executives and AWS about this journey and how the NHL continues to innovate, lean in to cutting-edge technology and look for new ways to bring more content to fans.


David Lehanski
Executive Vice President, Business Development & Innovation
National Hockey League
Grant Nodine
SVP Technology
Andrew Reich
Senior Industry Specialist


Julie Souza
Global Leader, Strategic Business Development, Sports