Results 106 - 120 from 1932 in „Sports”
All you need to know in 60 seconds
The Reds' victory, courtesy of a Mohamed Salah penalty awarded in the first minute and converted in the second, plus a late Divock Origi effort, not only exorcises the demons of last season's 3-1 loss to Real Madrid in Kyiv but also ends Jürgen Klopp's run of six successive club final defeats. It gets sweeter still for Salah. His delight – or was it relief? – at converting from the spot after Moussa Sissoko was penalised for handball after just 24 seconds was no doubt magnified by the fact he was forced off injured in the Ukrainian capital last year.
Tonight the Azerbaijan capital Baku will host the UEFA Europa League Final between Arsenal London and Chelsea, making it a London derby. BT Sport Channel will broadcast the all-British final with the help of local Broadcast technology provider Baku Media Center together with Sunset + Vine production company. For the final, Baku Media will deploy their mobile production fleet, all developed by Broadcast Solutions. BT Sport, one of the largest telecom providers, will screen the game on their channels plus a free stream on YouTube in UHD.
After a planning and construction phase of around one year, the largest American college E-sports arena “The Fortress” recently went live on air from Full Sail University, Florida. Around 6 million Dollars have been invested in “The Fortress”, which can accommodate up to 500 spectators. This makes it the largest college E-sports arena in the USA. This arena doesn’t just play host to the local college team, but also holds countless third party gaming events, college tournaments, live-streaming E-sports competitions and live concerts.
France is gearing up to host a ground-breaking edition of the FIFA Women’s World Cup™ with a starting list of teams which includes, among others, the current top ten of the FIFA/Coca-Cola Women’s World Ranking as well as four newcomers, Chile, Jamaica, Scotland and South Africa.
Infront announced today the launch of iX.co, an independent entity aimed at becoming the world's leading digital media and solutions company that connects brands and sports rights holders to global fan audiences.
WJHW and Parsons Bring HARMAN Professional Solutions Lighting and Audio Systems to Milwaukee Bucks’ New Arena
Parsons Technologies and WJHW recently outfitted the Milwaukee Bucks’ newly-built Fiserv Forum arena with state-of-the-art HARMAN Professional Solutions audio and lighting systems to deliver a high-energy experience at basketball games, concerts and more.
Riedel Deploys and Manages Massive Comms Infrastructure for Special Olympics World Games 2019 in Abu Dhabi
Riedel Communications supplied a comprehensive, integrated communications infrastructure for the Special Olympics World Games 2019 (SOWG) in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. Riedel's Artist digital matrix intercom system and Bolero wireless intercom were at the core of a massive comms deployment that spanned more than 30 venues and locations and included managed IT network services.
NEP Group, the world’s leading outsourced technical production partner for premier content producers of live sports and entertainment, has achieved a milestone in sports broadcasting with the successful live, remote production from Sydney of the IAAF World Relays 2019 held in Yokohama, Japan (11-12 May). On behalf of their clients, NEP’s multidivisional teams delivered two days of live coverage and competition highlights from NEP Australia’s centralised, internet rotocol (IP) and multi-format production facility at the NEP Andrews Hub in Sydney, NSW.
ChyronHego today introduced TRACAB Gen5, the newest generation of the company's Emmy® Award-winning TRACAB optical sports tracking system. TRACAB Gen5 features significant improvements in tracking data quality and accuracy, driven by completely redesigned tracking algorithms, a richer array of camera angles, and powerful new AI features for player, number, and colour recognition.
The technologies are advancing the industry at a breakneck pace. Nowhere is this more evident than in the arena of live sports. Here you will see developments in IP, Cloud, 5G and AI combining to transform the fundamentals of production, delivery and experience.
After supporting various Esports Championship Series (ECS) shows at Wembley’s SSE Arena over the last few years, Sibar Production & Design, along with Capital Sound (and their Martin Audio MLA loudspeaker array), moved to the ICC Auditorium at ExCeL for the FACEIT Global Summit: PUBG Classic. FACEIT is the leading competitive gaming platform and organisers of some of the largest esports events in Europe and North America including ECS, Universal Open and the FACEIT London CS:GO Major.
PUBG (PlayerUnknown’s Battlegrounds) is a computer game where up to 100 people parachute from an airplane to an island or desert. Players search for weapons and equipment to defend themselves or to attack other players. A deadly electric field drives the players together and at the end of the game one player (or team) is the winner.
Sinclair Broadcast Group and The Walt Disney Company have entered into a definitive agreement under which Sinclair will acquire the equity interests in 21 Regional Sports Networks (RSNs) and Fox College Sports, which were acquired by Disney in its acquisition of 21st Century Fox. The transaction ascribes a total enterprise value to the RSNs equal to $10.6 billion (€9.4bn), reflecting a purchase price of $9.6 billion, after adjusting for minority equity interests.
With increasing demand for concert-level audio in sports arenas to elevate the live sports experience, L-Acoustics products have evolved to incorporate greater levels of control and integration as well as weatherization to match outdoor installation requirements. In tandem with these product developments, the L-Acoustics team supporting this thriving market sector has also evolved, as recently evidenced by the appointment of Gino Pellicano to the new post of Application Manager for Sports Facilities and Consultant Outreach.
Telco provider Telia started a new esports league in Finland at the end of April. “Telia Esports Series” uses studios and virtual reality solutions provided by Broadcast Solutions. The Telia Esports Series is not only designed for the players but for the viewers also as the weekly league is broadcasted on the Finnish national television and internationally through the Twitch channel. Telia will run the Telia Esports Series together with company Assembly, and the starting tournament featured the Counter-Strike: Global Offensive computer game and the Arena of Valor mobile game. The total prize money is € 50,000, and the top esports teams in Finland will compete in the series.