Brandon Meier joined the SoonerVision staff in July of 2007 as Executive Director of Video Production and was promoted to Assistant Athletics Director for Broadcast Operations in 2011.
Meier oversees SoonerVision, the multimedia production center for OU Athletics, which includes the operation and production of TV broadcasts, scoreboard and videoboards at eight OU Athletic venues, coaches shows and live webcasts on SoonerSports.com. One of the most aggressive production units in college athletics, SoonerVision produces more than 220 events from the high definition studios inside Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.
In 2008 Meier led one of the largest technology upgrades in OU history as new LED video displays were added to four athletics venues (Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium, Lloyd Noble Center, Dale L. Mitchell Field and Marita Hynes Field) and the SoonerVision studios were upgraded to high definition.
In 2010 and 2011 SoonerVision won the Golden Matrix Award for Best Overall Video Display in the University category at the annual IDEA Conference.
In addition, Meier has produced and directed two documentaries on the history of OU football, "Birth of a Champion 1895-1946" and "Legacy of Winning 1947-1963".
Meier came to OU after spending four years as the Production Manager/Producer for the Houston Rockets. From 2003-2007 Meier operated the video systems inside the Toyota Center and led the in-game production for the Rockets.
Meier earned his Master's degree in Marketing and Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Nebraska. While studying at Nebraska, he also worked as a student assistant and producer for HuskerVision. Nebraska was the first college to install a videoboard in 1995.
Prior to Nebraska, Meier spent three years as a photographer/reporter for KNOP-TV in his hometown of North Platte, Nebraska.
He and his wife Beth, have one son, Brady.