2014 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and on LIVE-Production.TV


The 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil again confirms: LIVE drives longer viewing times across all devices. This year’s World Cup has become a global multimedia event. While watching the match live on TV remains the most popular way for people to follow the competition, a variety of other options are also available. Tablet devices and quasi-permanent connectivity (3G, 4G, LTE, Wi-Fi) have changed the way people consume an event. In response to this new and rapidly developing sector FIFA has developed a wide range of multimedia services that complement and enhance Media Rights License's (MRL) multimedia coverage of the 2014 FIFA World Cup Brazil. In our SPORTS section below you will find 7 stories highlighting some of this year’s innovations and how they help to keep LIVE TV figures growing.