Gravity Media Australia confirms broadcast and technology undertakings to deliver complete global television coverage of the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Melbourne
Melbourne hosts the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) across 13-18 December 2022.
Gravity Media Australia has been appointed by Swimming Australia as the “host” broadcast companyfor the Championships.
Beyond providing all broadcast technologies and as “host” broadcast company, Gravity Media Australia has also been appointed by Swimming Australia as the television production company, delivering the complete television production of the event for the world. Gravity Media Australia will produce more than 48 hours of live coverage across the six days of the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) and create the complete “turn-key” global television production.
Gravity Media Australia is accessing internationally acknowledged camera, broadcast and production technologies designed and developed by Gravity Media.
Gravity Media Australia will deploy two state-of-the-art high definition broadcast trucks, more than 30 cameras, including SNG, speciality and robotic cameras and drones, and a crew of 110 to deliver coverage across major international broadcast platforms, including the Nine Network in Australia.
Saul Shtein – Director, Production and Content at Gravity Media:
“We are looking forward to producing the telecast of the FINA World Swimming Championships. It is a significant broadcast production and will be a tremendous event. Gravity Media is honoured to be the host broadcast company that will take the Championships to an international audience.”
Gravity Media Australia
Gravity Media Australia’s partnership with Swimming Australia in delivering the broadcast and technology solutions and creating the television production for the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Melbourne builds on Gravity Media’s acknowledged broadcast technology and production partnerships across major sports in Australia, including the Melbourne Cup and all major horse racing events in Australia, the Australian Open Tennis, the PGA Tour of Australasia, the Supercars Championship including the Bathurst 1000, the FIM World Supercross Championship, the Tour Down Under Cycling Event, a partnership with Cricket Australia for the coverage of multiple competitions, and the rapidly expanding and developing AFLW.
Through its studios, production, and post-production centres, outside broadcast facilities and specialist camera technologies, Gravity Media Australia is also currently involved with major production companies, television networks and pay television and streaming platforms in Australia across projects including Australian Ninja Warrior, The Masked Singer, Australia’s Got Talent, and I’m A Celebrity.