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The 2020 Dakar Rally really started to take shape on a wild Stage 5 which was dominated by sandy terrain. Carlos Sainz, Toby Price, Cyril Despres and Dmitry Sotnikov all bagged victories but Sam Sunderland suffered a heavy crash and is out of the race. With the Rest Day in Riyadh now just one day away, we’re witnessing world class off-roaders going full speed at the 42nd edition of the world’s toughest rally.
The Men’s EHF EURO 2020 will broaden its audience through innovations as Infront, the exclusive media and marketing partner of the European Handball Federation (EHF), prepares to deliver the tournament once again. The introduction of new cameras and court angles will be complemented by an enhanced online offering for both the EHF and sponsors when the event takes place across Sweden, Austria and Norway from 9-26 January.
Stéphane Peterhansel catapulted himself up the Dakar standings to third by winning stage four, his first victory in Saudi Arabia. ‘Mr Dakar’ as he has become known off the back of his 13 victories in the prestigious annual event, put himself within 12 minutes of leader Carlos Sainz, with another former Dakar champion Nasser Al-Attiyah just three minutes off Sainz’s lead following stage four.
Former Dakar Rally champions Carlos Sainz and Nasser Al-Attiyah used their experience to navigate their way safely through Tuesday's stage three of the 2020 edition in Saudi Arabia as Kevin Benavides and Matthias Walkner shone on their bikes.
2017 Dakar Rally champion Sam Sunderland claimed the overall bike lead after stage two of the 2020 edition in Saudi Arabia as Giniel de Villiers stormed to a stage win in the car category. Here is all you need to know: - Monday's second stage moved up Saudi Arabia's Red Sea coastline a further 400km north as they left behind Al Wajh and sped towards Neom over the 367km route.
The world's most fearsome off-road race launches on Sunday, January 5 with hundreds of the planet's best drivers, navigators and riders tackling a gruelling rally-raid route like no other. After 11 editions in South America, the race switches to Saudi Arabia with 12 stages over 7,500km including three super-tough stages that are longer than 750km and 75 percent of the rally taking place on sand.
Movicom, a leading provider of robotic and mechatronic specialty camera systems worldwide, helped FINA advance its Aquatics Championship and Swimming World Cup coverage with two separate Robycam 3D cable camera systems deployed at different venues on the same event and a cutting-edge Robyrail, high speed rail camera system. Two Robycam aerial cable camera systems successfully complemented the specialty camera portfolio provided by ACS during the live broadcast at the FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.
NEP Norway, a broadcast and media services division of NEP Group, announced today that it has entered into a new three-year agreement with Fotball Media to use NEP’s managed services and cloud-based media asset management (MAM) platform, Mediabank. NEP has delivered the Mediabank service to Fotball Media for the last five years, and after successfully competing in a thorough and stringent RFP process, NEP Mediabank was once again selected as the chosen MAM platform for Fotball Media.
ArKaos’s Benjamin Bauwens project managed the installation of the servers that are running a series of digital banners, screens and LED lighting elements in the retail area of the V.Hive, which includes a shopping area and a coffee bar plus a training room for players.
V.Hive was designed – by HKS Architects – as a full-scale event space, with the goal of hosting national eSports and other events, masterclasses, conferences, viewing parties, and showcases.
The ground floor areas are also available for team-building and motivational exercises, and as one of the first eSport team physical spaces, it’s expected to energise fans and further raise the already high profile of the Team Vitality brand.
Content will achieve unprecedented global reach, empowering content creators to push boundaries and think beyond historical geographical and technical barriers. 2020 will see more smaller service providers enter the market serving a particular niche as audience fragmentation increases. The streaming format enables content owners and rights holders to reach global audiences in a cost effective way that simply wouldn’t have been possible before.
Westdeutscher Rundfunk (WDR) is one of Germany’s largest public-broadcasting institutions and part of the ARD network. With its main base in Cologne, the public broadcaster independently produces and broadcasts half-hour evening television news content across 11 regions in North-Rhine WEstfalia. As well as contributing to the output of the national television channel Das Erste, WDR operates the WDR Television service and six regional radio networks. One of its flagship programs is the “Sportschau” sports report, a magazine show broadcast on ARD, which has covered a range of sports since its launch in 1961, including the German Bundesliga.
For the 2019/20 season, the Riedel Bolero S referee communications system will be used in all 306 2nd Bundesliga games and in the final 15 DFB Cup matches. As a result, league referees can experience all of the benefits that the 1st Bundesliga referees have already been enjoying for more than a year, including high-transmission security, significantly improved voice and sound quality, and guaranteed quality assurance from the Riedel Remote Operations Center (ROC) in Wuppertal. The ROC further expanded its capacity and equipment at the start of this season in order to provide sufficient space for the rapid expansion in remote management services.
Q: What’s your current role and what does it involve?
A: I’m a freelance audio engineer and mixer, mainly working as an A1 on college sports for ESPN, though I’ve worked for many of the networks as well as other clients over my career. The majority of what I do is football, basketball, baseball and studio productions. I’ve also done the occasional high-profile non-sports event, including important political broadcasts. For instance, one highlight was my role as Head of Broadcast Audio for the 2013 George W. Bush Presidential Center Dedication Ceremony; with every living US President in attendance, it was a memorable event. I also do some work as location production sound mixing.
The DFL (Deutsche Fußball Liga) used last weekend’s Bundesliga match between Wolfsburg and Werder Bremen to trial match coverage that was captured in a smartphone-friendly 9:16 vertical format. Responding to what it describes as “changed media usage behaviour”, the DFL tests made use of broadcast cameras that were tilted 90 degrees and were done with smartphone ‘portrait’ mode viewing and social media in mind. The vast majority of football coverage the world over is shot in 16:9 widescreen ‘landscape’ mode.
Russia’s premiere marathon – the seventh annual Moscow Marathon – was a proving ground for Movicom’s newest technological innovation, the RiO Broadcast Camera 4G/LTE remote control system (manufactured by our partners CyanView) which allows full RCP control over any controllable camera from anywhere in the world that has the LTE signal. The system was used on 5 cameras along the marathon’s route (42,2km) to control iris and shading – critical to matching shots during the course of the 5-hour event.