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Harris Corporation and Concilium Technologies Team to Support Broadcasters During the Football Games in South Africa

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EBU and FIFA World Cup™

Almost 60 years ago, in 1954 the European Broadcasting Union (EBU) delivered 9 FIFA World Cup™ matches to 5 European countries. It was a historic moment in the development of television and the story of football. International broadcasting and sharing exciting pictures across countries became a reality and audiences loved it.
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EBU and FIFA World Cup™

9:1 to Electro-Voice – World-Championship-Sound Reinforcement for South Africa’s football Stadiums


• Cacophonous vuvuzelas, stringent safety norms, awkward climatic conditions and challenging architecture call for sophisticated sound reinforcement strategies „
• EV distributor Prosound Ltd. has equipped nine of the ten host stadiums in South Africa with Electro-Voice systems„
• Comment from Prosound founder Terry Acres: “Electro-Voice best satisfies our requirements”
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9:1 to Electro-Voice – World-Championship-Sound Reinforcement for South Africa’s football Stadiums

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Room With A View

The City of Johannesburg put a lot into the redevelopment and design of Soccer City Stadium, so it is only right that the stunning view of the calabash-inspired venue, flanked by the iconic city skyline, takes cen­tre-stage in the broadcast coverage of the FIFA World Cup™.
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Room With A View

Arqiva to Provide Extensive SNG Services for ESPN’s World Cup Coverage

Arqiva is supporting sports broadcaster ESPN’s distribution of World Cup coverage by providing them with extensive SNG services. This includes two HD SNGs; two SD SNGs; one HD&SD Production SNG truck; two TVROs; and an HD flyaway. The SNGs, all fully crewed by Arqiva engineers, will move between venues uplinking news and information content for production and turnaround to ESPN’s global audience.
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Arqiva to Provide Extensive SNG Services for ESPN’s World Cup Coverage

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SIS LIVE Backs the Bid for England 2018 FIFA World Cup

SIS LIVE, Europe’s largest outside broadcast (OB) and uplink supplier, is proud to announce that it is an official supporter of the England 2018 World Cup Bid. As part of its commitment to helping England secure the backing of FIFA, SIS LIVE is offering its technical expertise and its experience in running major sporting events to the England 2018 team. Specifically, SIS played a major part in helping England 2018 to develop its broadcast offering within its proposal to FIFA. England’s Bid Book was officially delivered in Zurich on May 14th.
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SIS LIVE Backs the Bid for England 2018 FIFA World Cup

The World Cup on GOL TELEVISION

After the end of the BBVA League and with three games to go in the Liga Adelante, GOL TELEVISION turns its attention to the World Cup which gets underway this week in South Africa, the year’s most important sporting event held every four years. The channel will provide viewers with comprehensive coverage right from the kick-off on 11th June and throughout the tournament which comes to a close a month later on 11th July. To get things moving, GOL TELEVISION will cover the opening concert of the World Cup on 10th June from 22.00, from the Orlando Stadium in Soweto, Johannesburg which will feature performances from Shakira, Alicia Keys, Black Eyed Peas and Juanes.
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The World Cup on GOL TELEVISION

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Arqiva Provides Sky with Satellite Capacity for the World Cup

Al Jazeera at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa

Bringing the best FIFA World Cup™ experience to your audience is the key objective of every MRL, but some go a little further and bring the fans to the event. “We are running a special draw for Al­gerian subscribers,” explained Yousif Al-Obaidli, Al Jazeera Sport’s Head of Overseas Services and World Cup Project Manager. “Five hundred fans will be drawn to come here and we will fund their travel, tickets and accommodation. It is a nice way to support our community.”
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Al Jazeera at the FIFA World Cup in South Africa

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Hat trick for Arch in Windsor, Chambliss on podium

Austria's Hannes Arch won his third straight race in the Red Bull Air Race World Championship with a stirring performance in Windsor on Sunday, bouncing back with an emphatic victory in Canada just two days after suffering one of the worst pylon hits of his career. Britain's Paul Bonhomme took a close second in the difficult track that straddles the Canada-U.S. border over the Detroit River, his 11th straight podium, while American Kirby Chambliss made the top 3 for the first time this year with third place. Canada’s Pete McLeod was a disappointing ninth in front of his home crowd.
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Hat trick for Arch in Windsor, Chambliss on podium

Lamb wins Windsor Qualifying, Hall survives scare

Britain's Nigel Lamb won the first Qualifying point of his career on Saturday by posting the fastest time in Windsor ahead of Sunday's fourth race of the 2010 season. Britain's Paul Bonhomme was second with Hannes Arch of Austria third in front of a crowd of 48,000 spectators. Matt Hall’s plane touched the surface of the Detroit River, with his wings and right wheel splashing off the top of the water. The Australian quickly recovered and returned safely to the Race Airport in his slightly damaged airplane.
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Lamb wins Windsor Qualifying, Hall survives scare

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FIFA MAX Server- Footage at Your Fingertips

Of all the broadcast solutions available to MRLs at the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, one of the most powerful is the FIFA MAX (Media Asset Exchange) Server, which provides its users with the opportunity to access tournament-related footage from a dedicated library. The FIFA MAX Server is built on the foundation of the Media Server, which was unveiled to great ac­claim during the 2006 FIFA World Cup™ in Germany, but has been significantly ex­panded and refined in response to tech­nological developments as well as to the extended production plan for this year’s tournament, which includes far more non-match footage than ever before.
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FIFA MAX Server- Footage at Your Fingertips

VIP Crowd Gathers to Open IBC for Business

The International Broadcast Centre for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ was officially opened yesterday morning by a number of dignitaries including FIFA President Joseph S. Blatter, Chairman of the FIFA Organising Committee Issa Hayatou, Director of FIFA TV Niclas Ericson and HBS CEO Francis Tellier. The ceremony featured an official ribbon-cutting in the African Plaza, a visit to the African Union of Broadcasters' (AUB) unilateral premises and the switching-on of the Master Control Room (MCR).
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VIP Crowd Gathers to Open IBC for Business
Mediatec Broadcast- Host Producer of the IIHF World Championship 2010

Mediatec Bowled Over by MHz Outside Broadcast Trucks

Megahertz (MHz), a leading independent international systems integrator, has recently delivered two custom-built vehicles to Mediatec UK. The outside broadcast (OB) vans will be used in conjunction with modular and mobile LED screens at major sporting, music and corporate events, including coverage of all international and domestic cricket matches. The 2010 season will see over 100 televised matches including the international series against Bangladesh, Australia and Pakistan.
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Mediatec Bowled Over by MHz Outside Broadcast Trucks

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