February 1, 2023

About Memory to Video Productions


Memory to Video Productions, LLC specializes in providing live streams and sports videography from Michigan to Connecticut and even Canada. We cover football, soccer, hockey, lacrosse, basketball, rugby and more. We also stream LIVE all types of events, from plays and dance recitals to business seminars and wedding ceremonies!

Management Background And Career

MVP President Joey Delgado built his first career in sports journalism, working first at The Miami News and then at other newspapers throughout Florida, North Dakota and California. Joey worked as a sports reporter, columnist and eventually Sports Editor of a daily newspaper owned by Gannett — The Salinas Californian.

In 2008, Joey was recruited by ESPN and left the West Coast to join ESPN’s Sports Information Group in Bristol, CT where among other duties, he managed direct oversight of ESPN’s famous BottomLine sports ticker. His main goal was to help evolve the ticker from scores and schedules into a storytelling platform, with actual quotes from movers and shakers in the sports world and breaking news alerts.

Joey left his career as an Associate Director at ESPN in 2011 to launch MVP.

Joey brings years of experience covering sports at all levels, from youth to high school to professional boxing to the NHL, to Memory to Video Productions and is a lifelong hockey player and coach.

Joey brings years of experience covering sports at all levels, from youth to high school to professional boxing to the NHL, to Memory to Video Productions and is a lifelong hockey player and coach.

He approaches his video work from that perspective, which sets Memory to Video Productions apart from other gameday videographers.

Joey grew up in Islip Terrace, Long Island, and in Florida and is a huge fan of the New York Islanders, Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Jets.

INTERVIEWING SAN JOSE SHARKS LEGEND PATRICK MARLEAU IN 2005

MANAGING ESPN’S BOTTOMLINE TICKER IN 2010

MANAGING THE BOTTOMLINE TICCKER AT ESPN

SIGNING ESPN CONTRACT IN 2008