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SuperSport International at the FIFA World Cup 2010

Most broadcasters have the hopes of a nation resting on their coverage, for pay-channel SuperSport International it is nearly an entire continent. Transmitting all 64 matches and with 250 staff working on the project, SSI are taking the FIFA World Cup™ to more than 40 nations and island territories, from markets as large as Nigeria, Ethiopia and the Democratic Republic of Congo – as well as their home South Africa – down to tiny audiences in Sey­chelles and Sao Tome.
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SuperSport International at the FIFA World Cup 2010

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Streambox® Live™ Delivers Real-Time Video From the Slopes of Mount Everest

Streambox® today announced that its Streambox Live™ broadband video contribution service provided a vital communications link for 13-year-old climber Jordan Romero's ascent of Mount Everest. Romero, the youngest person ever to attempt and reach the summit of the world's highest peak, used the service to send up-to-the-minute, high-quality video reports of his progress from various locations on the mountain — one of which was included in CNN's broadcast coverage of the expedition.
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Streambox® Live™ Delivers Real-Time Video From the Slopes of Mount Everest
CBS Sports and Orad Recognized for Outstanding Technical Achievement in Sports Production

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Huge Technical and Staff Deployment for laSexta’s Coverage of the F1 Grand Prix from Valencia from 25th to 27th June

laSexta is preparing a huge technical and staff deployment for this week’s European Grand Prix on 25th, 26th and 27th June in the streets of Valencia. In order to cover the Spanish leg of the race championship in what is turning out to be one of the most exciting series of races ever, the channel is deploying a big team of technicians and a host of cutting-edge technical equipment.
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Huge Technical and Staff Deployment for laSexta’s Coverage of the F1 Grand Prix from Valencia from 25th to 27th June

Always on the move: travelling up to 5,700 km with the German team

Our team comprising Martin Hofstetter and Steffen Schäfer have covered around 5,700 kilometres across South Africa in their HD-SNG on their “Mission Black-Red-Gold”. The steady speed they travel at belies the tight timescale of their assignment: their objective is to reach each new venue at least one day ahead of the German team despite travelling at an average speed of 50 km/h as a result of the condition of the South African roads.
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Always on the move: travelling up to 5,700 km with the German team

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TF1 at the FIFA World Cup 2010

The French national team’s troubles in this 2010 FIFA World Cup™ have had at least one positive repercussion for France’s TF1: they have fully validated its strategy of dividing its operations between the IBC, the team’s base camp and its headquarters in Paris. With much of the news coming from the base camp in Knysna (near Cape Town) rather than from the stadiums, TF1’s twelve ENG teams have had plenty of work, including covering every one of the team’s many press conferences live.

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TF1 at the FIFA World Cup 2010
CT Dubai supports Abu Dhabi Red Bull Air Race

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System Solutions provides advanced A/V integration for new 70,000-seat Moses Mabhida stadium for 2010 FIFA World Cup

The newly-built 70,000-seat Moses Mabhida stadium in Durban is one of ten premier venues (spread across nine cities) which hosts matches in the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Located in KwaZulu Natal, and purpose-built on the site of the former Kings Park Stadium which was demolished in late 2006, it has been designed as a world-class, multi-purpose facility which will be used long after the World Cup has finished.
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System Solutions provides advanced A/V integration for new 70,000-seat Moses Mabhida stadium for 2010 FIFA World Cup

Sogecable at the FIFA World Cup 2010

With an overall crew of 80 – 40 technicians and production personnel at the IBC, 20 at the Spanish National Team training camp and ten two-man ENG crews – Sogecable can certainly be said to have a presence at this tournament. “The main work is, of course, sending the live matches back to Spain, which we are doing across six fibre optic lines – two in HD and four in SD,” explains Alberto Arrillaga Imaz, Technical Manager for Sogecable, “however, on top of this, we are producing a lot more content.”
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Sogecable at the FIFA World Cup 2010

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Bonhomme Triumphs in Red Bull Air Race New York

Paul Bonhomme of Britain won the first-ever Red Bull Air Race in New York on Sunday with a scintillating performance under pressure in front of the most spectacular setting in the eight-year history of the sport. Nigel Lamb took second place in a thrilling four-way battle between the Statue of Liberty and Lower Manhattan while American Kirby Chambliss got his second straight podium with third place.
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Bonhomme Triumphs in Red Bull Air Race New York

TV2 Denmark at the FIFA World Cup 2010

“TV2 are operating in two parts at this World Cup,” explained Henrik “Bob” Fre­deriksen, Production Executive for TV2, “one team of three to four people are working with the match feeds and the FIFA MAX footage to send back home. The remaining 17 members of the team are purely concentrated on the Danish team.” This second part includes an ENG crew dedicated to following the team’s training sessions, as well as an OB van at the Danish matches.
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TV2 Denmark at the FIFA World Cup 2010

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Athletics CG, well succeed Artistic Gymnastics World Cup

FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Cup was the seventh event of this years' season and took place between June 18 and June 20 in São João da Madeira, near Porto - Portugal. It was the first Artistic Gymnastics World Cup in Portugal and wTVision couldn't miss it.
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Athletics CG, well succeed Artistic Gymnastics World Cup

Arch Top of Town in New York with Qualifying Victory

Austria’s Hannes Arch qualified fastest for the first-ever Red Bull Air Race in New York on Saturday and collected one championship point that cut Paul Bonhomme‘s lead at the top to just one point before Sunday’s race. Canada's Pete McLeod took a remarkable third place on the turn-filled track on the Hudson River, between the Statue of Liberty and Manhattan skyscrapers. Americans Kirby Chambliss and Michael Goulian were in strong position for Sunday in fourth and fifth place, respectively.
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Arch Top of Town in New York with Qualifying Victory

TVNZ at the FIFA World Cup 2010

“Football is not tremendously popular in New Zealand,” admits Rodney Haugh, Project Engineer for Special Events with TVNZ at the IBC, “or rather, it was not tremendously popular until the All Whites qualified. That popularity has definitely grown with the opening result - viewing stats were through the roof back home.”
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TVNZ at the FIFA World Cup 2010

More than 50 Lawo Systems for the Sound of World Football

More than 50 Lawo systems, used by numerous national broadcasters and for the production of international audio feeds, are in use at the World Cup in South Africa. Audio feeds from all the commentators are sent digitally from the stadiums to the International Broadcast Center (IBC) via a Lawo Nova73 HD routing matrix, and are available directly from the IBC or via ISDN for use in home country broadcasts.
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More than 50 Lawo Systems for the Sound of World Football

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