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Vizrt Introduces Viz Sports Online

Sports broadcasters, leagues, and teams are looking to create dynamic, custom websites to satisfy the most ardent sports fan’s thirst for sports information. They want to create an online mecca where fans can get the latest news, statistics, highlights, events, and opinions—everything about their favorite sport. Until now, creating dynamic websites required the help of professional web designers.
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Vizrt Introduces Viz Sports Online

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"What are the Economic Consequences of the Current Crisis on the Financing of Sport, Lessons Learned and the Alternatives?"

Zigzagging across South Africa – reports and live broadcasts from the top locations of the World Cup

On 4th June the broadcast transmission specialist Josef Rade and his production team, consisting of a cutter and a cameraman, picked up their SNG at the port of Durban. They made a few minor changes to the production technology in the SNG and also had to configure the parts that were flown out from Germany at the last minute. Then finally it was off to the North-East of South Africa, where the SNG North team underwent its final test in Johannesburg on 7th June and was given the all clear for “unrestricted transmission readiness”.
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Zigzagging across South Africa – reports and live broadcasts from the top locations of the World Cup

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Radio Nacional Espana at the FIFA World Cup 2010

A Spanish flag with the words ‘Plaza de España’ adorns the wall in the corridor of Hall 6 which houses the radio broadcasters from Iberia. How­ever, if Spain defeat Germany tonight to reach the FIFA World Cup™ Final there will be no party on the Plaza as they will be busy relaying the atmosphere, ambience and action from Durban and various Spanish cities to their listeners.
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Radio Nacional Espana at the FIFA World Cup 2010

Sound Advice from the Audio Production Team

It is the job of the HBS audio team to provide the aural landscape of each live match in creating an ambient backdrop for commentary and recreating the overall sense of being at the stadium for the viewing and listening public.
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Sound Advice from the Audio Production Team

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SKY Italia at the FIFA World Cup 2010

Every FIFA World Cup™ is dif­ferent – in more ways than one, as Sky Italia Producer Da­miano Joli has discovered. “For me it is a very different expe­rience, in 2006 I exclusively followed the Italian team as producer for their matches,” explains Damiano. “Here it is a completely new experience, because I am Sky Italia’s main contact in South Africa. It has been a good challenge for me and I am finding it really exciting.”
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SKY Italia at the FIFA World Cup 2010

Gearhouse Broadcast Provides Broadcast Solutions for World Cup 2010

THE football World Cup is often described as the ‘Greatest Show on Earth’, and once again Gearhouse Broadcast is right at the heart of it as the finest players around the globe descend on South Africa this summer.
With a worldwide TV audience of billions, Gearhouse Broadcast is being used by seven major multinational broadcasters to supply both project solutions and equipment.
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Gearhouse Broadcast Provides Broadcast Solutions for World Cup 2010

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Asturmedia, host broadcaster of European Canoeing Championship Trasona 2010

This weekend saw the European Canoeing Championship take place on the Trasona reservoir, in Corvera (Asturias). Asturmedia was appointed by the Spanish Canoeing Federation to be the host broadcaster for the event. Among the TV channels from more than 60 countries who broadcast the event were: Eurosport, Eurosport HD, Sport 1 (Lithuania), TPA, TPA HD, ARD, Hungarian TV, etc.
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Asturmedia, host broadcaster of European Canoeing Championship Trasona 2010

BBC at the FIFA World Cup 2010

While most broadcasters have set up base in Johannesburg, the BBC’s strict remit regarding their studio facility means they have made Cape Town home. “Since Germany in 2006 the thing that has set our coverage apart is using an iconic backdrop that people instantly recognise as be­ing a landmark of the host country,” explained Richard Bainbridge, Resource Manager.
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BBC at the FIFA World Cup 2010

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Indian Premier League supported by Creative Technology

The Indian Premier League (IPL), was launched in April 2008 and has since gone from strength to strength. Played as a Twenty20 cricket tournament, the IPL consists of eight franchises, Chennai, Delhi, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Jaipur, Kolkata, Mumbai and Mohali, each of which is responsible for managing a single cricket team. The league is played over 44 days and features 59 games with the winners of the taking home around US$2million.
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Indian Premier League supported by Creative Technology

ARD and ZDF at the FIFA World Cup 2010

Taking up the largest space at the IBC (2,500m2 ), with approximately 300 of their 550 team members based in Johannesburg, is the joint ARD/ZDF operation. Shipping 180 tonnes of equipment, partly coming direct from their Olympics operation in Vancouver and partly from home, the two broadcasters cover the whole of Germany. Both are public nationwide stations, ZDF being a single entity, and ARD a coalition of regional stations combining to create a nationwide network.
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ARD and ZDF at the FIFA World Cup 2010

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TV Globo at the FIFA World Cup 2010

As the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ reaches its latter stages attention naturally begins to turn to Brazil’s hosting of the event in 2014, and for broadcasters in the host country that should make life a lot easier, right? “Well, in terms of the logistics we could think it will be easier but it will not be because Brazil is such a huge country,” explained TV Globo’s Executive Producer Fernanda Conte. “We will be able to have more people involved, not that we don’t have a big crew here, and, naturally, it is an advantage to be in our home country and speaking our own language.”
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TV Globo at the FIFA World Cup 2010

“Women in Sport”

During the discussions of the 21st International Symposium, to be held on Tuesday 12 October 2010, at 10:30 am during SPORTEL in Monaco, outstanding female personalities will be sharing their opinions about the status of women in the world sport.

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“Women in Sport”

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Eyeheight Multi-Rate Downstream Keyer Takes Centre Court at Wimbledon

Eyeheight's DK-2M downstream linear keyer helped convey the excitement of the world's most famous tennis tournament in June and early July as part of the equipment relaying the event in 1080i HD to television viewers. Chosen by a major UK-based outside broadcast company, the keyer was used to process the output from a production switcher feeding the games to an international audience.
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Eyeheight Multi-Rate Downstream Keyer Takes Centre Court at Wimbledon

A perfect match: grandMA joins 2010 FIFA World Cup on TV

With all eyes on South Africa for the 2010 FIFA World Cup, SABC (The South African Broadcasting Corporation) set up the hub for its World Cup broadcast studio in Exhibition 1 at the Sandton Convention Centre, central Johannesburg. All the match coverage and several regular programmes are being transmitted from the studio for the duration of the tournament.
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A perfect match: grandMA joins 2010 FIFA World Cup on TV

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