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Gearhouse Broadcast Chooses Freespeak II Wireless Intercom for Australia's Tripple Eight Race Engineering
– In Australia, Gravity Media’s Gearhouse Broadcast Pty Limited (Gearhouse) and Triple Eight Race Engineering Australia Pty Ltd (Triple Eight) have entered into a four-year service partnership for communications systems, with
In association with its partner Studio Hamburg MCI, DTC Broadcast recently deployed a complete DTC broadcast wireless system for coverage of the Hankook 24Hr DUBAI endurance race at the Dubai Autodrome in the United Arab Emirates, part of the 24Hr SERIES powered by Hankook.
Alexis Pinturault has been in stellar shape this winter. On Monday afternoon, he received his reward by grabbing gold in the men’s alpine combined.
Vattenfall, one of Åre 2019's national partners, has a vision of being fossil-free within a generation. To this effect, Vattenfall is contributing to the climate-smart World Championships in Åre and invites everyone to take a nice ride on an electric snowmobile.
NEP Connect (formerly SIS LIVE), the UK’s fastest growing provider of media fibre connectivity with its Anylive® fibre network, announced that it has won a contract with Premier Sports, Dublin, to provide fibre network broadcast HD connectivity services for Guinness PRO14 Rugby coverage.
To the amazement of 50,000 spectators across the opening weekend of the 2019 Red Bull Air Race season in Abu Dhabi, the 2017 World Champion Yoshihide Muroya (JPN) claimed the race win by just 0.003s over his longtime rival, defending World Champion Martin Sonka of the Czech Republic. The result sets the tone for the eight-race season to come, and with third-place Michael Goulian (USA) just one point behind Sonka in the overall standings, plus 11 other elite contenders in the mix, there is no telling who will be on top at the November finale.
Snowfall overnight is downhill racers’ and organizers’ worst nightmare. Regardless, the Åre 2019 grandstand was full and the Norwegian team the clear crowd favorites as the Norwegian ski fans made their way to Åre 2019 and they were not disappointed.
Aksel Lund Svindal bid good-bye to professional ski racing by winning the silver. Today, Lindsay Vonn matched this ideal departure from the world stage by hanging on to bronze at today’s women’s downhill. Fittingly, Sweden’s ski legend Ingemar Stenmark waited in the finish area to give her a big hug and a flower bouquet.
Sweden’s national public broadcaster Sveriges Televison (SVT) and media solutions provider Net Insight have partnered with Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, to undertake remote IP production for the broadcast of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships – being held in Åre, Sweden, from February 4-17, 2019. The production setup for the competition boasts the largest number of cameras deployed and the highest volume of remote signals – video, audio and data – transmitted to date from a live location to SVT’s headquarters in Stockholm, over 600 km away.
Tension was in the air at Qualifying for the Red Bull Air Race season opener in Abu Dhabi on Friday, as a new rule awarded World Championship points to the top three. The 2017 World Champion Yoshihide Muroya of Japan seized the opportunity, earning three points and the top of the overall standings in first. Canada’s Pete McLeod took second and the USA’s Michael Goulian earned third. With 25 points on offer to the winner of Saturday’s race, in less than 24 hours any one of the 14 international pilots could claim the head of the overall leaderboard.
billion in revenue in less than a year on the market and has rapidly become a firm favourite with Esports fans. Held across November/December 2018 and January 2019, the EE Mobile Series Clash Royale was a 3-stage tournament organised by ESL that brought together the world’s top players, culminating in a live final that was broadcast live from the BT Studios in London, UK, on 20th January 2019.
Some of the biggest names in the 2019 Red Bull Air Race World Championship took a breathtaking flight over Abu Dhabi, UAE, which will host the sport’s season opener for a record 12th consecutive time this weekend.
FloSports, the innovator in live digital sports and original content, live streams more than 10,000 live competitions per year across its platform. In order to keep pace with its 24/7 schedule of live and on-demand sports coverage, the company selected TVU Networks, the global technology and innovation leader in live IP video solutions, to help address its growing need for on-location live video capturing and sharing.
Aksel Lund Svindal was the talk of the day before the men’s super G, the first race for the men in Åre 2019, which is one of the last races of the speed giant’s career. But the Norwegian was defeated with a margin by Italian Dominik Paris who set the bar high, starting as number three.
As Smart Energy Partner, Vattenfall joins Åre 2019 to enable climate-neutral World Ski Championships
Vattenfall has joined Åre 2019 as Smart Energy Partner, contributing advice and expertise to help the Championships become as climate smart as possible. Vattenfall also provides various technology solutions to ensure sustainable energy supply. This cooperation is an important piece of the puzzle to enable fossil-fuel free transport, to ensure continuous renewable power supply and to help compensate the event’s climate impact.