Julie Kindinger is beginning her second year as the Coordinator of Creative Production, overseeing the video control room in Renaissance Coliseum in addition to overseeing Bradley's video and web streaming production.
Kindinger also serves as a liaison between Bradley Athletics and the University's Sports Communications program, as well as independent television production entities assigned to broadcast Bradley Athletics events, and works closely with the University's Office of Web Marketing/Communications to coordinate website content and video production.
She arrived on The Hilltop following a three-year stint as the Audio/Video Production Coordinator for Global Spectrum at the Ted Constant Convocation Center in Norfolk, Va. Among her many duties at the Constant Center, Kindinger coordinated daily operations of the arena's audio/video department, including the production of Old Dominion University football, men's and women's basketball games and wrestling matches, as well as visiting events that included the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament and performances by the Harlem Globetrotters.
Kindinger began her video production career as a high school student, working on the video board team at Ohio State University from 2000-04. As an undergraduate student at Elon University, Kindinger was the Athletics Video Coordinator from 2004-05 then worked as a technical director, segment producer and editor for a student-produced sports show in the Elon School of Communications from 2006-07. After interning for NBC during the 2006 Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, Kindinger completed a second internship at the RBC Center in Raleigh, N.C. in the spring of 2007 as a member of the CanesVision staff.
A double major in broadcast communications and leisure & sport management, Kindinger graduated cum laude from Elon University in 2007. She was a panel participant at the 2010 College Sports Video Summit and is a member of the Information Display and Entertainment Association, as well as the Sports Video Group.