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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.
SIS (Sports Information Services), a leading supplier of 24/7 live betting services, has chosen the LiveTouch replay and highlights solution from Grass Valley, a Belden Brand, to provide an upgraded automated workflow for its horse and greyhound racing production services.
Like yesterday, sunshine and clear skies with freezing temperatures greeted the athletes. The track presented itself in perfect condition, but the temperatures were even colder than yesterday. Swiss racers Wendy Holdener and Corinne Suter pointed out that the colder weather made the track even faster and caused them to adjust their race tactics accordingly. Some of the defeated favorites now look forward to their next chance in Saturday’s downhill.
Sweden’s SVT and Infront will break new ground in remote production during its host production coverage of the FIS World Ski Championships 5-17 February when it sends 80 camera signals from the course via two 100 Gbps fibre circuits from Telia to three control rooms in Stockholm. Adde Granberg, SVT, director of technology, CTO, says the accomplishment at the World Ski Championships shows how far things have come since 2012 when SVT put remote production to the test for the London Olympics.
Åre Torg (Åre Town Square) is the main square during the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019. Those who have already been to the village of Åre must have seen the huge House of Switzerland in the middle of the square – a nice home for Swiss visitors and staff as well as all others who would like to enjoy the atmosphere of Åre 2019.
Monday, 4th February will see the official opening of the FIS Alpine World Ski Championships 2019 in Åre with a ceremony in the Åre park located between Åre Torg (Åre Town Square) and Åre Station. The park will be transformed into an open-air stage – Medals Plaza – where the Championships visitors will be treated to the award ceremonies and a series of concerts in the course of the next two weeks.
As the clock ticks down to one of the world’s most watched sporting events on February 3rd in Atlanta, Georgia, Ross technical and creative personnel, partnering with Van Wagner Sports & Entertainment (VWSE), have been hard at work preparing an electrifying game-day experience for the lucky fans attending the big game at the Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
For the 12th consecutive year, the Red Bull Air Race will return for its traditional kickoff in Abu Dhabi, UAE on Friday and Saturday, 8-9 February 2019. With new team members and sponsors, raceplane updates, fresh strategies and key rule changes, the season opener always comes packed with more unknowns than any other race, and the points earned here could make the difference in clinching the World Championship this year.
In 2019, the battle for the Red Bull Air Race World Championship will once again take flight in eight stunning locations, beginning with a traditional favourite and reaching its climax in a country that is a first-time host for the sport. The engines start on 8-9 February 2019.
Blackmagic Design today announced that Swansea City Association Football Club (AFC) has developed its own streaming platform, SwansTV Live, with a live workflow featuring the Blackmagic URSA Broadcast and Smart Videohub 12G 40x40 router. Joining the English Football League (EFL) Championship at the start of the 2018-19 season created a new opportunity for the football club. It could now consider live streaming its own content, something that hadn’t been an option whilst in the Premier League.
The CFL’s version of the Super Bowl saw Canada’s two top teams vie for the trophy, while fans in the stands heard the entertainment close up and clearly thanks to cart-mounted K1 loudspeakers on the stadium’s sidelines
Southern Cross Group Stadium is the proud home of the 2016 NRL Premiership champions the Cronulla Sharks. Based in the Sutherland Shire, Southern Sydney, New South Wales, the Sharks compete in the National Rugby League, Australasia’s premier rugby league competition. Being champions means their stadium is often filled with spectators rooting for, and athletes competing against, the other 15 teams in the NRL.
CP Communications Launches Red House Streaming Business Unit for IP Acquisition and Bonded Cellular Coverage at NYC Marathon
CP Communications, a leader in innovative solutions and services for complex live event productions, and its just-launched Red House Streaming business unit took to the streets of New York City on November 4 to manage end-to-end content acquisition for the TCS New York City Marathon. The crew achieved 100 percent video and audio coverage of the men’s and women’s races across all five boroughs, unleashing a comprehensive IP and bonded cellular network across the 26.2-mile race course for the first time.
- Audit shows a record 3.572 billion people watched the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia™ on TV at home, out of home or on digital platforms.
- The final was seen live by a combined 1.12 billion viewers worldwide.