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The 29th Summer Universiade, AKA the World University Games, took place in Taipei, Taiwan, in August 2017. Taipei-based Winly Group supplied, installed and operated the production and broadcast equipment for the opening and closing ceremonies at the B-01 Taipei Stadium, which seats over 21,000 people.
Each one of the 11 Host Cities of the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ have acquired a signature look: unique and familiar imagery created in the style of the Official Look for the 2018 FIFA World Cup™ that will help the cities to show off their cultural values, architecture and natural beauty to the whole world.
As the 98th Giro d'Italia cycling race wound its way from the Italian Riviera to Milan May 9-31, Riedel Communications equipment provided Italian broadcaster RAI with a flexible decentralized fiber-based network supporting real-time distribution of audio, video, and communications signals. Host broadcaster RAI deployed Riedel MediorNet Compact Pro and RockNet systems to link the announce booth, finish line, helicopters, and other key production areas to enable thorough coverage of each race stage. The equipment was supplied by Riedel partner Broadcast Solutions Srl.
The 84th 24 Hours of Le Mans (French: 84e 24 Heures du Mans) was an automobile endurance event held from 15 to 19 June 2016 at the Circuit de la Sarthe, Le Mans, France. The race was organised by the Automobile Club de l'Ouest – and the new AMP VISUAL TV Millenium Signature 12 truck was the center of the worldwide broadcasting of the event.
The following story will give a brief overview of the Olympic locations in Vancouver and Whistler and will show you where the olympic competitions will take place
The 28th Samsung Bosphorus Intercontinental Swimming Competition was held in Istanbul on 24 July 2016. The co-ordination and the production of live broadcast of the event in which 2000 swimmers from 70 countries participated was realized by ACTAMEDYA.
The Chuenisbärgli (also Kuonisbergli) is a mountain in the Bernese Oberland. It lies above the village of Adelboden and is known as one of the venues of the FIS Alpine World Cup races. The first Adelboden ski days took place already in 1955, before they became part of the FIS Ski World Cup in 1967.
In 2021, the 36th America’s Cup will set sail toward Auckland, New Zealand. Working together as circle-o Broadcast Productions, Austrian production company West4Media and German broadcast manufacturer Riedel Communications will jointly produce this major TV event.