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Montreal, the next stop on the global F1 tour, and to kick start this week’s action at the Circuit Gilles Villeneuve our friends from Red Bull Canada lined up a little challenge with a difference for the Bulls.
The new deal to televise the Bundesliga German national football league whereby no single operator will hold exclusive rights will bring the country into line with other major markets says research from IHS.
Conventional wisdom says that traditional linear TV’s continuing appeal in the US lies in live events. Streaming services lag behind in offering real-time fare like live sports and competition shows, most of which dwell on broadcast networks, which rarely ink deals with OTT providers. That leaves pay-TV with a big differentiator even as OTT adoption continues.
Realtime rider data shown live on TV and made available through a new mobile app at the Tour de Suisse
Shortly before the start of the Tour de Suisse, Velon – the company owned by 11 UCI WorldTour teams – launched their new app for Apple iOS* devices to bring rider data from the event to life, in real time. In addition, rider data will be shown live in the TV feed. Graphics outlining key indicators like position, speed, heart rate, cadence, power and acceleration will show rider performance as never before. The Tour de Suisse, the nine-stage international event, takes to the road tomorrow in Baar, Switzerland.
Swatch is thrilled with the news that both the women's and the men's Swatch Beach Volleyball teams have qualified for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Proteam athletes Joana Heidrich and Nadine Zumkehr, both Swiss, and their Swatch Beach Volley Proteam colleagues from Austria, Clemens Doppler and Alexander Horst, have just made a gigantic leap forward in their careers.
As eSports audiences grow across the globe, dedicated live stream video games studios are turning to professional broadcast equipment to help capture and share game play live. ProArena’s founder, Raied Al Jolayfi, takes us behind the scenes of Saudi Arabia’s first purpose built eSports Live stream studio .
Already well established in Asia, eGaming is becoming a global phenomenon. Dutch entertainment and sports production company Watertube.tv is producing an ambitious and innovative e-gaming competition of the popular online game League of Legends. Now in its first 10-week season on Fox Sports, Inside eSports is a Dutch College League competition held at Vue Cinema in Hilversum. By elevating the Dutch College League competition to a live broadcast, complete with referees, officials and match commentators, Inside eSports brings the excitement of electronic gaming to the broadcast audience, with a live audience in a cinema stadium.
Yoshihide Muroya wrote a new page in Japan’s sporting history on Sunday with his first race win – and the first-ever for Asia – at the Red Bull Air Race World Championship stop in Chiba, Japan. The home hero needed luck as well as supreme skill in a breathtakingly close battle, where Martin Šonka of the Czech Republic claimed second, while the USA’s Kirby Chambliss took third.
MOOV, a leading broadcast graphics company in the UK, harnessed the latest virtual placement and graphics technology to showcase the Professional Squash Association (PSA) Dubai World Series Finals 2016 to audiences across the globe. MOOV provided outside broadcast production services to enhance coverage of the tournament staged in a purpose-built indoor venue at Burj Park, Downtown Dubai, with Burj Khalifa, the world’s tallest building, in the background. The season-ending tournament took place from May 24 – 28 2016.
Competitions in Australia, Brazil, Germany, Portugal, the Netherlands and the United States are the first to agree to the requirements drawn up by The IFAB and FIFA to participate in experiments with video assistant referees (VARs).
On May 8th 2016, HDwireless broke new ground at the “World Run – Wings for Life” event in Olten, Switzerland. In order to cover the marathon via wireless camera live signals were transmitted from several motorcycles to a specially equipped plane circling over the race circuit. This craft had been rigged to serve as receiving and transmitting unit, and its live pictures reached the local “WirelessVideoVillage” via a tall signal mast.
Calrec has entered the French broadcasting market with panache. Outside broadcasting (OB) giant AMP VISUAL TV has chosen the company's Apollo, Artemis, and Artemis Light audio consoles for its landmark new vehicle, marking Calrec's first sale in France. The new truck, the Millenium Signature 12 (MS12), will be the standard-bearer in the AMP VISUAL TV fleet and will make its debut for coverage of the 24 Hours of Le Mans endurance automobile race in June.
The only Red Bull Air Race stop in Eastern Asia – Chiba, Japan – serves up volatile open-water conditions and crowds that are crazy about motorsport. Factor in the intense pressure on pilots as the World Championship battle nears its halfway point, and this June the skies of Tokyo Bay are set for some of the most heart-pounding action of the season.
The 2016 European Rowing Championships in Brandenburg, Germany began with over 500 athletes from 34 countries and ended with 23 nations earning medals. This is the widest medal spread ever at the European Rowing Championships which was first founded in 1893. The wind on the Beetzsee lake regatta course made for challenging rowing conditions but the talent of the field saw solid racing and stand-out performances.
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