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Zürich Open Air Sparkles To The Design Of Leo Herrmann

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Zürich Took Centre Stage for 2014 European Athletics Championships

The 22nd European Athletics Championships in Zürich crossed the milestone of 1,000 hours of live television coverage, with 35 international broadcasters from across Europe planning to televise the biggest athletics event of the year. Host broadcaster is Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SRG SSR) and broadcasters taking the feed include BBC UK, NRK Norway, France Télévisions, NOS Netherlands, YLE Finland, RAI Italy, ARD and ZDF in Germany, TV4 Sweden and TVP Poland.
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Zürich Took Centre Stage for 2014 European Athletics Championships
 LYNX Technik Announces 8K SDI <> Fiber Converter at IBC2019  

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 Tomorrowland gets Hyperreal with L-ISA

Tomorrowland, held over two scorching weekends this July in the Belgium town of Boom, is one of the world’s foremost music festivals. Its organisers, We Are One World are always on the hunt for imaginative ways to unite hundreds of thousands of fans from around the globe at this unique event. This year, Tomorrowland revealed the brand-new Atmosphere Stage, a futuristic tent where L-ISA Immersive Hyperreal Sound delivered deeply vibrant beats as festival goers bathed in stunning visuals for a completely unprecedented musical experience. 

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 Tomorrowland gets Hyperreal with L-ISA

£1bn broadcaster investment Brexit risk

International broadcasters invested a record £1.02 billion (€1.15bn) in the UK in 2017, an increase of more than 50 per cent on the comparable figure (£679m) in 2011, according to independent research commissioned by UK trade body the Commercial Broadcasters Association, who warns that this investment is at risk unless the Government secures access to EU markets once the UK leaves the EU.

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£1bn broadcaster investment Brexit risk

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Ágatha & Duda lift their first World Tour Finals title

Åre 2019 Inspired the World to Ski

The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Åre 2019 concluded Sunday, 17 February, with the men’s slalom competition and the closing ceremony. To officially mark the end of the season’s highlight event in Åre, Sweden, the local organizing committee handed over the flag of the International Ski Federation (FIS) to the organizers of the 2021 World Ski Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy.

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Åre 2019 Inspired the World to Ski

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Åre 2019 Opening Ceremony: A grand show of 1000 years of music in Åre

Monday, 4th February will see the official opening of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019 in Åre with a ceremony in the Åre park located between Åre Torg (Åre Town Square) and Åre Station. The park will be transformed into an open-air stage – Medals Plaza – where the Championships visitors will be treated to the award ceremonies and a series of concerts in the course of the next two weeks.

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Åre 2019 Opening Ceremony: A grand show of 1000 years of music in Åre

ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championship – from the Swedish Wilderness

LiveU’s is pleased to announce that Swedish communications company Spocks Family, which specialises in storytelling for video production, turned to LiveU to bring the complete 2016 ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championship live in high quality to online viewers. The LiveU technology and support was provided by Mediability (formerly AVIT Systems).

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ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championship – from the Swedish Wilderness

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‘Dans le bus’ with MaTélé

An innovative ‘Citybus’, housing a mobile studio built entirely with Blackmagic Design products is broadcasting local news and features from the heart of a community in northern France. Matélé, a local TV station launched in May 2013, broadcasts to 315,000 households in Saint Quentin, in the Aisne department in Picardy. Its daily program, Dans Le Bus, features 40 minutes of interviews and footage with local personalities, business owners and the general public, produced from a Mercedes Sprinter, which travels around the city, filming constantly for five hours a day.
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‘Dans le bus’ with MaTélé

‘Design Thinking’ Rocks Innovation Night at ATOMIC

ATOMIC, a creative company providing rental solutions, set construction, design and production services for the live event industry, hosted the inaugural event for the Rock Lititz Innovation Series. Presented by ATOMIC leaders Lydia Henry, VP of Strategy and HR, Daniel McPhillips, President and Rob Barber, VP of Rental Solutions, the evening was focused on “Design Thinking.” The interactive evening was a creative, fun success with employees from several of the Rock Lititz companies, including ATOMIC, Clair Global, TAIT and PEDG, among others.

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‘Design Thinking’ Rocks Innovation Night at ATOMIC

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‘EL CLASICO’ PLAYED IN 4K

‘Fly on the Wall’ Incorporates Dejero to Simplify Logistics of TLC’s ‘This is Life Live’ Production

Dejero, an innovator in cloud-managed solutions that provide video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, enabled America’s leading unscripted production company, Fly on the Wall Entertainment (FOTW), to reach a new level of flexibility during its production of the second season of TLC’s ‘This is Life Live’ show using Dejero’s mobile transmission technology.

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‘Fly on the Wall’ Incorporates Dejero to Simplify Logistics of TLC’s ‘This is Life Live’ Production

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‘Futuristic’ Elation Lighting for O&L Group Roadshow in Namibia

For the past 14 years, the O&L Group has been connecting with their almost 6000 employees across Namibia through a special outreach called the Mwenyopaleka Employee Engagement Roadshow. Rental company dB Audio Namibia, a leader in the technical events industry in Namibia, has been associated with the roadshow for years and this year turned to Elation Professional’s dynamic ACL 360 Bar™ effect to give the show a more modern, futuristic look.

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‘Futuristic’ Elation Lighting for O&L Group Roadshow in Namibia

‘Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar’ Musical Makes A Point in Madrid

“Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar” (HNMPL - Today I Can’t Get Up) is a hugely successful Spanish ‘jukebox musical’ from Drive Productions telling the story of two struggling young musicians surviving in Madrid against a backdrop of drugs, AIDS and other social phenomena and chaos in the 1980s and immediate aftermath of Franco’s collapsed fascist regime.
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‘Hoy No Me Puedo Levantar’ Musical Makes A Point in Madrid

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