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Since the legendary Wembley-goal during the FIFA WC 1966 sports fans all over the world are discussing more and more complicated game situations and wrong decisions. In many sports tournaments decision-making by referees often is facing doubt and distrust. Today fans often have a clearer view using e.g. their smartphones to watch the television signal inside the arena or just by having a better position of view. Every wrong decision and the emotions coming with it are frustrating the fans even more but also the sportsman for sure.
As in the past, Eurovision provided rights-holding broadcasters worldwide with a high definition integrated feed allowing viewers to enjoy the most compelling disciplines of the Championships. Additionally, for the first time, in association with the European Athletics, Eurovision showcased innovative digital services that helped increase the visibility of the event.
RTS equipped six IMSP (Indianapolis Motor Speedway Productions) trucks, two NEP (North Eastern Production) vehicles, and several smaller video and RF hub trucks in the communications compound to live broadcast the 100th Indy 500. All race day communications relating to the actual production (camera cues, commercial breaks, specific camera shots, commentator comments) were supported on an RTS ADAM intercom.
On a Sunday evening that will be forever etched in the memory of Portuguese football fans, there was more than one reason to celebrate in the Stade de France. Having made history by defeating hosts France and winning its first UEFA EURO title, Portugal have also guaranteed their first-ever appearance at the FIFA Confederations Cup, the next edition of which is in 2017. The “Tournament of Champions” is set to take place between 17 June and 2 July, in four Russian Host Cities: St Petersburg, Kazan, Moscow and Sochi.
Robe was a very proud sponsor of the 2016 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships held in Nové Město na Moravě, Czech Republic … It continued Robe’s 2016 ‘Working with Winners’ initiative which has also included sponsorship of the Czech Fed Cup Tennis team, supporting the Quantum Racing team in the 2016 P1 UK SuperStock powerboat racing championship and British Touring Car Championship driver Jack Goff in the current BTCC season.
Broadcaster NOS has asked United to register the European Athletics Championships 2016. This will be one of the most prestigious assignments in United’s history. A major challenge in a summer crammed with sports events: We will be working at the European Football Championships, the Tour de France and, of course, the Olympics.
When the world’s best tennis players came together at the historic grounds of Stade Roland-Garros for the 2016 French Open, RF Transmission s.a. was given the daunting task of providing complete wireless coverage for this Grand Slam Championship. In order to ensure there were no double faults in signal coverage, RF Transmission s.a. took the court with Wisycom, designer and builder of the most sophisticated RF solutions for broadcast, film and live production.
EVS, the leader in live video technology for broadcast and new media productions, today announced that Rogers Centre, home to the Toronto Blue Jays professional baseball team, has added to its EVS-led live production workflow to enable a live production to archive solution.
Ncam, in collaboration with Vitec Videocom, has implemented its camera tracking system for Match TV, the new Russian broadcaster formed by the amalgamation of NTV+ and the outside broadcast specialist Panorama. The studio provided a unique set of challenges for Ncam which were comprehensively solved through on-site development, refining the product to meet the needs of all users.
The 84th 24 Hours of Le Mans (French: 84e 24 Heures du Mans) was an automobile endurance event held from 15 to 19 June 2016 at the Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France. The race was organised by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest – and the new AMP VISUAL TV Millenium Signature 12 truck was the center of the worldwide broadcasting of the event.
Leading French broadcasting group France Télévisions and the global media solutions provider Globecast have signed a five-year deal to renew their partnership to bring iconic cycling events, including the Tour de France, to screens. This year’s Tour starts on Saturday, July 2nd.
Bruin Sports Capital, an international media, sports, marketing and branded lifestyle company, today announced the acquisition of deltatre, one of the world’s leading sports media service companies, whose clients include global sports leaders UEFA, FIFA, the English Premiere League, ATP, BBC, BT Sport and Fox. The announcement was made by George Pyne, founder and CEO of Bruin Sports Capital, and Giampiero Rinaudo, CEO and co-founder of deltatre.
Gearhouse Broadcast, a leading supplier of specialist broadcast solutions, has installed unilateral facilities within the International Broadcast Centre (IBC) at Paris Expo Porte de Versailles in Paris for several leading rights holders including ITV which shares the UK’s rights for the tournament.
Nine companies came to find out more about the experiments, which are due to start on an "offline" basis in August after the first participants were announced earlier this month. FIFA is supporting The IFAB with technical expertise and research around the VAR experiments.
Eleven Sports Network Singapore, the exclusive broadcaster for all UEFA Euro 2016 matches aired in Singapore, is using a new STX-200 unit from Riedel Communications to create an interactive experience for fans throughout its broadcasts of football matches. The STX-200 broadcast-grade professional interfaces allow Eleven Sports Network to bring any Skype™ user at any match venue into the professional broadcast. As a result, the broadcaster can leverage unique user-generated content to further engage local fans in the excitement of the event.