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On telekomcup.de, users could stream the TELEKOM CUP 2017 live on their smartphone or PC on July 15, 2017, and watch the matches exactly as they would happen on their TV screen. But that’s not all: viewers were also able to switch between the various camera angles in the stadium and sometimes watch unusual and unique perspectives that were not available when watching the game live on TV. There were also the possibility of selecting angles from different stands or even the mascot’s point of view. In the stadium, the life-size mascots made their way around the field and wore wireless body cameras. This created nine different live images simultaneously that could be viewed on the Internet at any time during the event.
Following a discussion at NAB on the EVS booth, Host Broadcast Services Chief of External Relations Lise Cosimi-Breant continued to exchange with EVS Chief Executive Officer Muriel de Lathouwer thoughts around gender equality in the broadcast industry and the initiatives the two companies have set up to allow women greater access to tech/broadcast training. This shared presentation highlighted the extended partnership between HBS and EVS, which resulted in the launch of the Live TV Simulator training tool for broadcast professionals.
Eleven Sports selected Ideal Systems for live sports production of the 2017 Merlion Cup international basketball tournament which will be held in Singapore’s OCBC Arena from September 20th to 24th.
Ekstraklasa Live Park, the broadcast arm of top Polish football league Ekstraklasa, has signed an agreement with ChyronHego to equip all 16 of the league's arenas with the award-winning TRACAB™ image-based tracking system by the end of this year. TRACAB will enable live tracking of all movement of players and the ball on the field, and Ekstraklasa Park Live will use the resulting player performance data to enhance its live coverage of close to 300 LOTTO Ekstraklasa matches.
Besides Turkey, 240 participants from countries such as Bosnia Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Greece, Macedonia, Serbia, Romania Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and Youth and Sports Management and Turkish Rowing Federation co-operation competed in the races organized between 8- 10 September.
By deploying the latest technology – from live production servers to live video switchers – these organizations can benefit from the industry-leading speed and reliability of EVS technology to create the best live programming for the league’s fans.
The 2017 Wrestling World Championships in Paris relied on the videoReferee® video judging system to support the judges with fast video replays and multi-angle camera signals. The Wrestling World Championships, which took place from August 21-26 in Paris, for the first time was supported by acclaimed video judging system videoReferee®, provided by slow motion and replay specialist slomo.tv. The team of German System Integrator Broadcast Solutions GmbH was on site during the complete tournament to operate the system and to help the video referees in charge.
Blackmagic Design announced that its range of URSA Mini digital film cameras is being used to produce match day content for FC Red Bull Salzburg, as part of a live OB solution designed around the ATEM 2 M/E Production Studio 4K switcher.
Wrapping up on August 5 with the finals match in San Diego, the 2017 Mylan World TeamTennis (WTT) season broke new ground in broadcast coverage of professional tennis with the introduction of state-of-the-art, player-worn wireless microphones. Supplied by Bexel, an NEP Broadcast Services Company, the Quantum5X (Q5X) QT-5100 PlayerMic kits added a deeper element of fan engagement and excitement to live Mylan WTT broadcasts.
The 29th Southeast Asia (SEA) Games Kuala Lumpur 2017 have officially concluded in a colourful and vibrant ceremony as hosts Malaysia celebrate in style the 145-gold feat in the region’s biggest sporting extravaganza at Bukit Jalil National Stadium on Wednesday (30 Aug) night. The Games cauldron, which was lit by Malaysian diving sensation Nur Dhabitah Sabri on Aug 19, was completely extinguished at exactly 10.17pm (Malaysian time) on Wednesday (30 Aug) night, marking the end of an exciting 12 days of action which saw Malaysia achieving its target of becoming the overall champion.
One of the biggest sporting events in the world, in terms of participation and global exposure, the 2017 FINA World Championships has been be the largest sporting showcase Hungary has ever hosted. Having lined up almost 3,000 athletes in six different disciplines, competing in 75 contests over a period of 17 days, the FINA Championships has imposed a huge challenge on its organizers, since the preparation period was curtailed to two years.
For the Premier League’s 26th season, which kicked off in August, BBC Sport introduced Reality Check Systems’ (RCS) LaunchPad touchscreen graphics and analysis solution into its live studio and remote production workflows for English Premier League and other sports broadcasts. RCS completed the integration as part of a new deal with the BBC, and will continue to provide ongoing system support to the network.
July saw the FINA (Fédération Internationale de Natation) World Championships for aquatic sports take place at the Danube Arena in the Hungarian capital of Budapest. Hungarian sales and rental company Chromasound was tasked with providing a complete audio system for the games and its subsequent events, with a DiGiCo SD10 chosen to provide audio control.
NEP Switzerland has doubled its 4K production resources in readiness for broadcast production work on the 2017/2018 season of the Swiss Raiffeisen Super League (RSL). Contracted to produce all of the Premier Swiss Football League’s games in 4K/UHD, the TV service provider has commissioned the 4K/UHD UHD 42 OB Vehicle – constructed by German system integrator Broadcast Solutions GmbH as part of its Streamline series, with two production areas supporting up to 10 cameras.
Brazilian rental company LPL supplied over 150 Robe moving lights including BMFL WashBeams to the 2017 League of Legends Mid-Season Invitationals (MSI) competition staged in the Jeunesse Arena in Rio de Janiero. (formally the Rio Olympic Arena). Produced by LoL developers Riot Games, professional regional champions from Asia, North America and Europe met in Brazil and battled ‘live’ to win large numbers of points counting towards the 2017 World Championship title for this hugely popular e-sport phenomena.