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“Women in Sport”

During the discussions of the 21st International Symposium, to be held on Tuesday 12 October 2010, at 10:30 am during SPORTEL in Monaco, outstanding female personalities will be sharing their opinions about the status of women in the world sport.

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“Women in Sport”

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“All Lit Up”: grandMA2 for Opening Celebration of the IRB Rugby World Cup 2011

The IRB Rugby World Cup was the biggest sporting event ever to be staged on New Zealand shores. It kicked-off on 9th September 2011 with the Opening Ceremony at Auckland’s Eden Park, broadcast to a global television audience estimated at over 50 million. An estimated 200,000 people crowded the Auckland waterfront precinct to take in the visual spectacle aptly named “All Lit Up”. Lighting Designer David Eversfield relied on a grandMA2 system for control.
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“All Lit Up”: grandMA2 for Opening Celebration of the IRB Rugby World Cup 2011

‘You Can Make This Beast, But It Needs To Run Flawlessly’

Calling the videoboard installation at EverBank Field “ambitious” is like saying Jacksonville, FL, is about to get “a little warm.” True, for sure, but wildly understated. In the videoboard arms race, the Jacksonville Jaguars have hurtled past their NFL competition, and, with a 60-ft.-high by 362-ft.-wide videoboard broadcasting 8K content in each end zone, it’s hard to imagine they’ll be matched any time soon writes Karn Hogan for Sports Video Group.
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‘You Can Make This Beast, But It Needs To Run Flawlessly’

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ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championship – from the Swedish Wilderness

LiveU’s is pleased to announce that Swedish communications company Spocks Family, which specialises in storytelling for video production, turned to LiveU to bring the complete 2016 ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championship live in high quality to online viewers. The LiveU technology and support was provided by Mediability (formerly AVIT Systems).

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ÖTILLÖ Swimrun World Championship – from the Swedish Wilderness

Åre 2019 Opening Ceremony: A grand show of 1000 years of music in Åre

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.

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Åre 2019 Opening Ceremony: A grand show of 1000 years of music in Åre

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Åre 2019 Inspired the World to Ski

The FIS Alpine World Ski Championships Åre 2019 concluded Sunday, 17 February, with the men’s slalom competition and the closing ceremony. To officially mark the end of the season’s highlight event in Åre, Sweden, the local organizing committee handed over the flag of the International Ski Federation (FIS) to the organizers of the 2021 World Ski Championships in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy.

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Åre 2019 Inspired the World to Ski
Ágatha & Duda lift their first World Tour Finals title

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Zürich Took Centre Stage for 2014 European Athletics Championships

The 22nd European Athletics Championships in Zürich crossed the milestone of 1,000 hours of live television coverage, with 35 international broadcasters from across Europe planning to televise the biggest athletics event of the year. Host broadcaster is Swiss Broadcasting Corporation (SRG SSR) and broadcasters taking the feed include BBC UK, NRK Norway, France Télévisions, NOS Netherlands, YLE Finland, RAI Italy, ARD and ZDF in Germany, TV4 Sweden and TVP Poland.
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Zürich Took Centre Stage for 2014 European Athletics Championships

Zigzagging across South Africa – reports and live broadcasts from the top locations of the World Cup

On 4th June the broadcast transmission specialist Josef Rade and his production team, consisting of a cutter and a cameraman, picked up their SNG at the port of Durban. They made a few minor changes to the production technology in the SNG and also had to configure the parts that were flown out from Germany at the last minute. Then finally it was off to the North-East of South Africa, where the SNG North team underwent its final test in Johannesburg on 7th June and was given the all clear for “unrestricted transmission readiness”.
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Zigzagging across South Africa – reports and live broadcasts from the top locations of the World Cup

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Ziggo Sport officially on air from Media Park Hilversum

NEP The Netherlands will provide the complete technology for the Ziggo Sport channels, with an end-to-end workflow developed by NEP and built in-house. This solution seamlessly fits Ziggo’s workflow and includes teleport, MCR, studios, Cloud Production, live and post production facilities and offices. Ziggo Sport is located in NEP Studio 11, in the heart of the Hilversum Media Park.

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Ziggo Sport officially on air from Media Park Hilversum

ZEPLAY Enhances Sports Replay and Highlights Production at University of North Texas

For fans of the Mean Green football and basketball teams at the University of North Texas, high-impact instant replays are an integral and exciting part of the live game-day experience. Since migrating to the ZEPLAY instant replay server from Tightrope Media Systems, the North Texas Athletics video department team has bolstered the reliability, quality and workflow efficiency of all instant replay and highlight “melt” productions.

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ZEPLAY Enhances Sports Replay and Highlights Production at University of North Texas
ZDF turns to Robycam cable camera system for Germany v Brazil coverage
YouTuber Collaborates with Bookmakers Coral to Stream Football Show using Blackmagic Design

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YLE Debuts New OB Vehicle at Lahti Ski Games

Pressure? What pressure? It’s the World Cup for Finland’s national sport, the country’s ski-jumping legend Janne Ahonen is making his last-ever appearance, the broadcast output is international….and YLE is debuting its brand-new TV OBV U10, featuring a Lawo mc²66 and the first Sapphire desk in a mobile application.
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YLE Debuts New OB Vehicle at Lahti Ski Games

Yellow Card for the Vuvuzelas!

The controversy surrounding the constant hornet-like swarming noise produced by vuvuzelas haunted this year’s Soccer World Cup since the very first games. Meanwhile, broadcasters had to resort to filtering the audio: “The ability to use the steep notch filters on a Lawo console’s EQ was extremely helpful in the creation of signals with reduced interference from the vuvuzelas,” explains Carsten Higler, technical director of ARD, the German public national radio and TV network.
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Yellow Card for the Vuvuzelas!

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