Sherilyn Fiveash started Hi Five Digital Productions in 2000, after a successful career as a sports information director at the NCAA Division I level. During her time in collegiate athletics, Fiveash promoted many top teams, athletes, and coaches. Her 1985 and 1986 Western Kentucky women’s basketball team participated in the NCAA Women’s Final Four. She hosted numerous conference, regional, and national championships throughout her career.
Fiveash stays involved in collegiate sports by filming the Georgia State football and basketball coach’s shows, and webcasting Emory University women’s softball games, as well as the SouthEastern Lacrosse Championships.
She has also assisted in media and event management during such prestigious events as the: Nokia/Allstate Sugar Bowl, BCS National Championship Game, Super Bowl, NCAA Division I Men’s and Women’s Final Four, NCAA Division I Softball Regional Championships and the NCAA Division I Women’s Golf Championships.
What We Do
Hi Five Digital Productions tapes athletic events and produces single game, team, and individual highlight reels. We tape all events from the press box or a designated area to get the best angle of the game.
We can connect our HD cameras to a DVD burner so a game DVD is available to the coach immediately following the game. Teams that use coaching software may request a SDHC card after the game or, have the Hi Five staff connect directly into a laptop so game films may be streamed to the sidelines for instance analysis.
Hi Five takes game files and custom slates and packages them as DVDs and BluRays for parents, fans, and boosters. Additionally, Hi Five provides clients with the option to view games online through our online store or password-protected game links.
Additionally Hi Five uses its game tapes to produce end-of-season team highlight and recruiting reels for student-athletes. Hi Five can accept game films shot by others to produce highlight reels.
Hi Five films and produces more than just sports. Below are some examples of our corporate work:
American Breast Care
Kay Yow Cancer Fund
Women’s Basketball Coaches Association – You Want To Be A Coach