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Riedel’s MediorNet, Artist, and Bolero Form All-New Routing and Communications Backbone at New Jersey’s Prudential Center
Prudential Center, the world-class sports and entertainment venue located in downtown Newark, New Jersey, has replaced its aging signal and communications infrastructure with an all-new signal routing and intercom backbone based on Riedel solutions. Riedel’s MediorNet real-time signal transport, processing, and routing technology is integrated with an Artist digital matrix intercom mainframe and Bolero wireless intercom to enable seamless and high-quality communications throughout the facility.
12th Man Productions is the broadcast and post facility for Texas A&M University, one of the major players in college athletics in the USA. Across our College Station campus, we have seven major venues, which between them host as many as 110 events a year. For those events, we provide the infrastructure for broadcasters like ESPN, and we create the fan experience through big screen shows at each venue. Those big screen shows include sponsorship fulfillment within the venues. We also provide separate video feeds to each venue, for applications like official replays, concourse feeds, talent monitors and team recordings.
With competitive sport now returning ‘behind closed doors’ in several countries, a key problem is how to recreate the experience of passionate supporters, both for sporting participants and those cheering them on. To address this, two of Japan’s top professional football clubs recently helped Yamaha to trial its Remote Cheerer powered by SoundUD* system at the 50,000-seat Shizuoka Stadium ECOPA.
Infront, a Wanda Sports Group company and the exclusive marketing partner of Top 14 rugby club Stade Toulousain, has brokered a renewal agreement between Nike and the French side. The sportswear giant will continue its role as the club's official supplier through to the 2025 season
Ekstraklasa SA, the exclusive global media rights holder for the top Polish professional league, PKO Bank Polski Ekstraklasa, and Dugout today announced that bespoke Polish football content will be distributed across Dugout’s Embed video products to a global audience of 60 million football fans. The partnership marks Ekstraklasa’s highly anticipated return to live football on May 29th with content now shared in markets excluding Poland and the Balkans. The new collaboration will ensure Ekstraklasa clubs build an even deeper connection with their fans and reach new audiences with high-quality, original and archive football content delivered worldwide via Dugout and its global network of 85 premium publishers.
2020’s Formula One racing will start with two historic firsts – Austria will host the opening race of an F1 season for the first time, and two races will be held at the same circuit on consecutive weekends. The Formula 1 Rolex Großer Preis von Österreich is to open the season on July 5, while the Formula 1 Pirelli Großer Preis der Steiermark is to follow on July 12.
The news was announced at a press conference held at the National Stadium in Warsaw with the participation of Prime Minister - Mateusz Morawiecki, Minister of Sport - Danuta Dmowska-Andrzejuk, president of Ekstraklasa S.A. - Marcin Animucki and president of the Polish Football Association - Zbigniew Boniek.
The International Hockey Federation (FIH) and NAGRA sign a ten-year partnership to deliver a game changing digital experience for fans
The International Hockey Federation (FIH), the world’s governing body for the sport of hockey, and NAGRA, a Kudelski Group (SIX:KUD.S) company and the world's leading independent provider of content protection and multiscreen video solutions, have signed a ten-year partnership that brings together the established sports leadership of the FIH and NAGRA’s market-leading digital media solutions to deliver a ground-breaking fan engagement service. The new platform will be the “home of hockey”, creating a central community for the 30 million players, fans, and officials worldwide. It will also benefit the global growth of the sport through new awareness, expanded fan engagement, and new sources of revenue for the FIH.
Financial impact on postponed and cancelled events
It is hard to pin down the financial implications. Some events have been postponed and others have been cancelled and will not be repeated this year. There are a range of factors that will still influence how much of a financial impact COVID-19 will have. One needs to consider the situation in each specific country and how the governments act towards that. Also, whether there is room in the calendar as well as the insurance situation for each specific sport.
Ekstraklasa, the company managing the top-class football competitions in Poland, is selling international broadcasting rights to the league matches, restarted after the pandemic. It has already signed agreements regarding broadcasts in Great Britain and Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Israel. Moreover, the contract regarding Germany, Austria and Switzerland has been expanded to include the broadcasting of up to 10 more matches. Further negotiations with the partners from Europe are ongoing. The Polish league is to be restarted on 29 May.
Kenan Sofuoglu, Turkish Motorcycle Federation National Team Captain and AK Party Sakarya deputy and national athlete Toprak Razgatlıoglu raced on May 19 Ataturk Commemoration Youth and Sports Day.
Eurovision Sport and the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) are delighted to announce that they have reached agreement for EBU Members across Europe and North Africa to broadcast exclusive coverage of FIG World Championships in Artistic, Rhythmic and Trampoline Gymnastics for the cycle 2021-2024.
Ekstraklasa S.A. has prepared regulations providing for the rules to organize the games at the time of pandemic. Specific guidelines cover organization of games, marketing, TV production and cooperation with the mass media. The solutions are to ensure the maximum safety to all those working to support the games, and to allow continued maintaining of the existing high standards of broadcasting the games of PKO Bank Polski Ekstraklasa.
SegevSport is a real-time graphics service provider based in Israel, utilising data to create on-air graphics for sports, election coverage, game shows, news and any other broadcast program requiring graphics driven by data. As they provide a service rather than a product, SegevSport operators travel around the world to work with the local broadcasters for each live event.
In these unprecedented times, with most sports events either cancelled or postponed, broadcasters face a challenge in sourcing sports content for their channels. With record TV audiences, at their peak, why not look beyond usual formats and experiment with new ways to engage with your viewers?