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24h Le Mans 2016

Only an exceptional event could be the maidenly broadcast for the exceptional OBVan from AMP VISUAL TV. So AMP VISUAL TV decided to debut the Millenium Signature 12 (MS 12) at the world’s most famous endurance race in Le Mans. With the production of a 24-hour non-stop program for 30 international broadcasters for the delivery to 35 million spectators in 190 countries, the target was set very high.

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24h Le Mans 2016

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3D Production – Wimbledon 2011

The All England Lawn Tennis Club’s (AELTC) 125th Wimbledon Championships were the first to feature 3D coverage. The project was the result of the AELTC’s three year partnership with Sony, a partnership that continues the history of both companies at the forefront of broadcast innovation. Four matches were covered this year. The Men’s Singles Semi-Finals, The Women’s Final, and the Men’s Final. All matches took place on Centre Court.
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3D Production – Wimbledon 2011

3D Production: FIFA World Cup™ 2010

In December 2009, FIFA and Sony announced plans for 3D coverage of 25 FIFA World Cup matches. Integral in the selection and adoption of the technologies were Peter Angell, HBS director of production & programming, who served as FIFA special 3D project leader, and Duncan Humphreys, 3D consultant to HBS for the World Cup and partner in UK-based 3D production company Can Communicate. The aim was to deliver to TV-viewing soccer fans a new experience of their sports and to cheer even more about the World Cup. The tournament should help to kick off what TV makers, networks – and advertisers – hope to become a new dimension in home sports viewing and sports viewing in cinemas.
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3D Production: FIFA World Cup™ 2010

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A Brief Review on HDTV in Europe in the early 90’s

Biathlon World Championships 2012 in Ruhpolding

The 2012 edition of the IBU Biathlon World Championships marks the fourth time that Ruhpolding has hosted the event, with previous editions in 1979, 1985 and 1996. The junior World Championships in1979 and 1993 were also held here. Ruhpolding is a regular stop on the annual Biathlon World Cup tour, with 28 visits to this Bavarian village over the years. For the 2012 World Championships a new stadium was built as well as to meet the demands of the future.
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Biathlon World Championships 2012 in Ruhpolding

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Calrec Don’t Miss a Shot in Moscow

The 2008 UEFA Champions League Final was a football match that took place on Wednesday, 21 May 2008. The match was played at the Luzhniki Stadium, in Moscow, Russia, to determine the winner of the 2007–08 UEFA Champions League. This was the first European Cup final staged in Russia, and hence the easternmost final in the tournament's history. The final was contested by Manchester United and Chelsea, making it an all-English club final for the first time in the history of the competition. The game was won by Manchester United 6–5 on penalties, after a 1–1 draw following extra time.
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Calrec Don’t Miss a Shot in Moscow

CCTV Live Broadcast of Beijing Olympic Games 2008

China Central Television (CCTV), China’s national television service, was named the sole provider of the 2008 Olympicsin Beijing to mainland China. With a network of 18 channels broadcasting different programming, CCTV reaches more than a billion viewers on the Chinese mainland.
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CCTV Live Broadcast of Beijing Olympic Games 2008

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Clear-Com Secures Intercom for Formula E

Petrol heads may still see it as sacrilege, but after two successful seasons Formula E, the racing championship for electric cars, has proved popular and is making people look at motor sports in a different way. New technology is also playing a major role behind the scenes, providing the vital communications link not only between the team engineers and their drivers but also allowing televisions viewers to hear the instructions being given and enabling commentators to interact with the racers.

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Clear-Com Secures Intercom for Formula E

Creating an Immersive Experience for Connected Sports Fans

A 22-question, multiple-choice questionnaire was designed to measure the attitudes and preferences of sports fans with reasonable detail (descriptive research). Through random probability sampling, fans were interviewed at a variety of venues – both onsite at major sports events and at public areas such as sports bars, airports and commercial centers. It covered five sports (football/soccer, basketball, hockey, baseball and tennis) across Germany, Belgium, Spain and three major cities of the United States (New York, Chicago and Dallas). Respondents were all 18 years of age and older and identified as a keen spectator of any sport (at least two hours per week spent following sports in person, on television or through any other media). Cross tabulation and chi square segmentation analysis was utilized to formulate results.

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Creating an Immersive Experience for Connected Sports Fans

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Dorna Sports and the MotoGP

Since 1992, Dorna has been the exclusive holder of all commercial and TV rights for the FIM MotoGP World Championship. The company also participates in the management, marketing, and distribution of other motorsports properties, such as the Spanish Road Racing Championship (CEV).
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Dorna Sports and the MotoGP

Driving Broadcast Innovation: SAM and Timeline TV Deliver Live 4K Sports

Based in London, Timeline Television is a well-known name in UK broadcasting. For the past 10 years, the company has been spearheading broadcast solutions from concept to completion, including: outside broadcasts, post-production and studio-based productions. With two sizeable post production facilities in London and a third in MediaCityUK (Salford), Timeline works with many of the UK’s broadcasters to deliver technical and creative facilities for programmes that vary in size and scope from live music and awards shows to political party conferences, global and domestic sports competitions, and current affairs. 

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Driving Broadcast Innovation: SAM and Timeline TV Deliver Live 4K Sports

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Elemental Multiscreen Video Coverage for the 2012 London Olympics

The technology and ingenuity of broadcasters with distribution rights to the 2012 Olympics were thoroughly tested in an effort to serve a wider viewing audience than ever before, measured both geographically and by sheer audience numbers. Following extensive evaluations to find the best encoding platforms for both live and on-demand video streaming, the BBC, CTV, Terra, NHK and Eurosport all selected Elemental video processing solutions to support coverage of the 2012 Olympics.
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Elemental Multiscreen Video Coverage for the 2012 London Olympics

EVS Sports360: The All-Round Sports Workflow

The sports media business is undergoing rapid changes bringing on tough challenges for today’s broadcasters, including the partitioning of rights, the merge between IT and traditional broadcast technology, as well as the profusion of competing digital media platforms.
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EVS Sports360: The All-Round Sports Workflow

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French Open got Sony 3D treatment

It is increasingly rare to find a major sports event which isn't covered at least in part by 3D stereoscopic cameras. The FIFA World Cup will provide the largest global grandstand for the format but 3D recording and transmission also debuted in 2010 at cricket in India, ice hockey in New York and at the World Championships in Germany, the rugby Six Nations tournament in London & Paris and the State of Origin in Australia, Ryder Cup, Golf Masters and PGA Tour, while events like surfing, darts and boxing have all received 3D trials. After the UEFA Champions League final in Madrid, UEFA is mulling plans to transmit select matches of the Champions League in 3D while nearly all motorsports bodies have also conducted tests. Selected matches of the English Premier League and the French Ligue 1 are covered on Sky 3D UK respectively Orange since April, as well as NFL matches on ESPN 3D. And two of the German Football Cup matches were aired live within 24 hours on Sky 3D Germany in October.
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French Open got Sony 3D treatment

Halibut HD developed in record time

SIS LIVE’s Research and Development facility was given a challenging job in the summer of 2009; five weeks to design, build and install a fully working underwater high definition camera system, for the 13th FINA World Swimming Championships in Rome.
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Halibut HD developed in record time

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