Stuart Reynolds

Diversified, Director, Sports and Live Events

Stuart Reynolds began his career freelancing at northern Utah sporting events for NBC affiliate KSL-TV as an audio tech, cameraman, and tape-op while completing a BA in broadcast communications at Utah State. Part of Reynolds’ early foray into sports began by editing quarterback training tapes for then offensive coordinator, Brian Billick.

Reynolds moved on from Utah State to work at both the University of Oregon’s (Coach Rich Brooks) and Stanford University’s (Coach Bill Walsh) Athletic Departments managing their facility audio and video systems, as well as directing team coaching analysis. Reynolds was instrumental in the infrastructural design of both the Casanova Center and the Arrillaga Family Sports Center on each of these campuses.

Reynolds went on to begin an entrepreneurial venture, funded partially through Stanford University, called Home Team Advantage. Home Team Advantage combined early MPEG-I video codecs with a robust relational data base and client/server networked computer systems to provide the world’s first facility-networked coaching analysis system. Remnants of this early system’s functionality still exist today in products provided by XOS Digital.

Reynolds' last professional engagement, before joining Diversified, occupied over 14 years of his professional career. As a vice president and senior consultant for Acoustic Dimensions of Dallas, Texas he design-engineered and project-managed the installation of large screen display, sound reinforcement, video production replay, broadcast infrastructure, and distributed video systems for multiple major league sports projects and many minor league and collegiate team projects, as well.

Reynolds continues his deep involvement with sports for Diversified, playing a balanced role for the team in assisting business development, sales, and project engineering. Reynolds brings 30 years of live video production engineering and facility design experience to the Diversified team. His personal resume includes project management and design engineering work for Oakland Alameda Coliseum, Hard Rock Stadium, Wrigley Field, Coors Field, Rogers Arena, Honda Center, Rio Tinto Stadium, Avaya Stadium, Peoria Sports Complex, and Colorado State Stadium.

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