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The ball is rolling

During the football tournament in South Africa, German broadcaster Südwestrundfunk (SWR) is acting in the name of ARD, the nationwide German radio and TV network, as customer of the World Cup’s host broadcaster, Swiss Host Broadcast Services (HBS). This means SWR is responsible for all organisational, technical and logistical matters for ARD.

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The ball is rolling

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Swedish Radio at the FIFA World Cup 2010

A team of eight - three commentators, two experts, a technical producer, and one “data guy” - working alongside Team Leader Per Josefsson make up the group representing SR-SE, Sveriges Radio, here in South Africa. Providing full commen­tary for 53 matches – 30 from the venue commentary positions and 23 using the off-tube facilities at the IBC – Per explains that there is huge interest in Sweden for football, despite the national team not qualifying.
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Swedish Radio at the FIFA World Cup 2010

LYON Video Builds 3D HD-Capable Production Truck with Grass Valley Technology

Paris, France/Nevada City, Calif., June 29, 2010 — LYON Video, a premiere mobile production company based in Columbus, Ohio, is building a new 53-foot expandable high-definition production truck and equipping it with the latest and most flexible Grass Valley™ HD cameras and a large video production switcher that will be fully capable of handling all types of multi-camera digital productions, including those shooting in the 3DHD format.
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LYON Video Builds 3D HD-Capable Production Truck with Grass Valley Technology

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SABC shows clarity of vision with PIXEL POWER choice for FIFA WORLD CUP 2010

Cambridge, UK – 28th June 2010 –– Pixel Power, the leading supplier of broadcast graphics systems, has today announced that it has secured a major graphics technology contract from SABC, for initial use on the broadcaster’s comprehensive Fifa World Cup 2010 coverage, then for deployment across its output. The deal has been overseen by Pixel Power’s South African partner Zimele Broadcasting.
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SABC shows clarity of vision with PIXEL POWER choice for FIFA WORLD CUP 2010

FROM THE STADIUMS- EVS in South Africa

Appointed as the Host Broadcaster for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ in South Africa, HBS has decided to renew its successful collaboration with EVS for the supply of instant tapeless technology and support services during the production of this flagship event. EVS systems are in use at different levels of the host broadcast production operations, including the IBC and various OB facilities working at the venues for the live production of the 64 matches.
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FROM THE STADIUMS- EVS in South Africa

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OTI at the FIFA World Cup 2010

Broadcasting to a na­tion can be challenging enough, but broadcast­ing to an entire conti­nent (and beyond) – a region covering nearly a quarter of the 32 quali­fied FIFA World Cup™ nations – poses its own particular issues. “The challenge is always the same, to simultaneously satisfy big members and small members, qualified members and unqualified members,” explained Cesar Gerba­si, Technology Director of OTI. “It is a challenge to keep everyone satis­fied but we are making periodic enquiries to our members and, as far as we know, eve­rybody is happy.”
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OTI at the FIFA World Cup 2010

HD Production: FIFA World Cup™ 2010

Appointed as the Host Broadcaster for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ in South Africa, HBS has decided to renew its successful collaboration with EVS for the supply of instant tapeless technology and support services during the production of this world class event. The Production Plan for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ is based on standards ‘substantially similar’ to the 2006 FIFA World Cup™, with some innovations and improvements. Other partners of HBS at the IBC and at the Venues are Barco, Camera Corps, Dolby, Grass Valley, Lawo (ABS), Media Broadcast, Panasonic and Riedel.
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HD Production: FIFA World Cup™ 2010

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BBC Radio at the FIFA WC 2010

Just over 50 personnel for all pro­gramming provide the ears and voices to BBC Radio’s presence in South Africa. “We have one studio on site at the IBC,” says Joanne Watson, Planning Editor for BBC Radio, “but, apart from the odd ‘eclectic’ show, like [radio football pundit] Danny Baker’s, most of our coverage has been from the ven­ues and outside the IBC. We have a breakfast show which is follow­ing the England team, and will stay with them for as long as they are in the tournament.”
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BBC Radio at the FIFA WC 2010

ESPN at the FIFA World Cup 2010

This may be the fourth FIFA World Cup™ that Claude Phipps, Director of Special Proj­ects for ESPN (USA), has attended, and the fifth for Geoffrey Mason, Head of 2010 Production Planning, but there is still room for surprises. “This is the biggest operation that ESPN has undertaken for a World Cup,” explains Claude, “and the response has been fantastic.”
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ESPN at the FIFA World Cup 2010

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ERT at the FIFA World Cup 2010

Despite his national team Greece seeing elimination in its last game of group B (M36), Aris Nikolaskis, Sport Coordinator, is still able to see many positives at this tournament. “I’ve been to other World Cups, but I’m really pleased with this one,” says Aris, “the set-up has been fantastic. Everything has been very well or­ganised, there are more facilities; I am personally very comfortable here.”
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ERT at the FIFA World Cup 2010

TecnoVISION Brings the World Cup 2010 from Africa up to Europe

This year, thousands of fans around Europe can cheer their favorite team all together during FIFA World Cup 2010. TecnoVISION has been cancelling the long distance to South Africa, with temporary installations to make people feel all the emotions of the most important sport event.
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TecnoVISION Brings the World Cup 2010 from Africa up to Europe

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TVN at the FIFA World Cup 2010

As consistent at the FIFA World Cup™ as their continental col­leagues Brazil are on the pitch, Chile’s TVN have broadcast every FIFA World Cup™ since 1970. “The World Cup is a brand for TVN,” ex­plained Sports Executive Producer Michael Boys.
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TVN at the FIFA World Cup 2010
MHz Delivers DSNG to AP Television News for World Cup 2010 Coverage

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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

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

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