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On November 13, the time has come to sign up for the Wings for Life World Run 2020. What happens when well over 100,000 people across the globe walk, run, and roll in wheelchairs at the same time for a great cause? Personal goals are reached, lifetime friendships are made and the world comes closer to finding a cure for spinal cord injury. The chase-based format is perfect for all levels of participation, everyone feels the excitement, and each person makes a difference. Registration opens November 13!
The 16th edition of the world's biggest and most prestigious one-on-one breaking competition, Red Bull BC One, culminated in Mumbai, India, with victories for B-Boy Menno of the Netherlands and B-Girl Kastet from Russia. Here is all you need to know:
TVU Networks, the market and technology leader in live IP video solutions, has announced that Slovenian commercial TV station, Planet TV, recently deployed TVU One and TVU Anywhere for innovative and efficient coverage of the largest running event held in Slovenia, the Ljubljana Marathon.
Kriss Kyle has starred in memorable projects such as Kaleidoscope and his helicopter drop onto the roof of the iconic Burj Al Arab Jumeirah hotel in Dubai. For his latest escapade he travelled to bike-mad Denmark where he was given free rein to ride whatever he wanted.
Ineos 159 Challenge Marathon Run with Eliud Kipchoge Uses LiveU to Create Dynamic Production Gallery for Documentary
On October 12th this year, renowned marathon runner Eliud Kipchoge made the world sit up, watch and listen as he ran the first sub two-hour marathon, setting an unofficial world record, clocking a barely believable time of 1:59:40 in the Ineos 159 Challenge.
It was a little over three years ago that the Olympic Channel was launched at the conclusion of the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Olympics. Much has been learned since that time about how to approach programming, and the 2020 Tokyo Games will mark the first Summer Games where the Olympic Channel and its staff will make a difference.
With professional gamers gaining celebrity recognition and passionate audiences totaling more than 200 million worldwide, eSports is the next big wave of sports production. As eSports rises in popularity, larger, more complex tournaments and broadcasts are being produced, resulting in companies looking at more traditional broadcast solutions, such as those provided by Calrec Audio. Calrec’s high-quality audio consoles help customers – such as EA Sports, Full Sail University, OGN and more – produce and support engaging, immersive content for an industry that will continue to grow into the future.
Riedel Communications supplied a turnkey A/V solution for the 2019 Pan American and Parapan American Games, recently completed in Lima, Peru. Riedel’s world-class technologies, coupled with comprehensive on-site service and support, ensured flexible, clear, and reliable signal transport and communications for both games.
LiveU technology is being used to boost fan engagement across South Africa’s popular horse racing industry. Replacing traditional satellite, fiber and microwave technology, LiveU’s portable field units are being deployed to create exciting live coverage from the race tracks themselves, inside betting centers, and around award ceremonies and special events. Heading up this trend are Tellytrack Horseracing, Highlights and Sports Betting Television, and Gold Circle Horseracing and Betting – two key players in the country’s sporting world.
Sony today announces full compatibility with PARALLEL ADS® a solution by AGS AG (Switzerland), enabling broadcasters of sporting events to simultaneously share tailored advertising content to different audiences around the globe. The solution is based on the DYNAMIC CONTENT MULITPLICATION® technology that can also provide the same benefits for music and other live events. The DCM® technology enables rights holders to broadcast up to four simultaneous feeds for event-based LED advertising from a single camera, helping them unlock new revenue streams by tailoring these advertisements to different markets. This also improves the customer experience by providing relevant content to different audiences. The new technology is part of an ambition from Sony to respond directly to broadcasters’ needs, address new industry challenges and drive efficiencies.
Comprehensive package of Alpine and Nordic events secured by Austrian broadcaster through Infront
AVIWEST, a global provider of video contribution systems, today announced that SailTracks, a German video producer specializing in sailing competitions, deployed AVIWEST PRO3 bonded cellular transmitters and StreamHub transceiver for live coverage of world-renowned sailing races, such as the Medal Races at the 2020 Hempel World Cup Series in Enoshima, Japan. SailTracks streams the races directly onto Facebook and YouTube, providing all followers with real-time results and insights. Compact and robust, the PRO3 Series has been directly installed aboard SailTracks’ vessels, which track sailors closely during the competition.
Under the High Patronage of H.S.H Prince Albert II and the Patronage of the International Olympic Committee, the SPORTEL Awards are held every year as part of the SPORTELMonaco convention, the world leader in the field of sport business. This event is first and foremost an international competition that rewards the most outstanding sports footages of the year, during a Ceremony open and free to the public. Each year numerous Olympic champions and outstanding athletes participate in the event by presenting the different awards to each winner. The audience is assured of rich moments in sporting emotion!
Supponor, the global leader in virtual advertising technology within live tier 1 sports, is delighted to announce the signing of a long-term agreement with FC Barcelona to supply their virtual advertising technology at all LaLiga home games, starting in the 2019/2020 season.
FIFA has published the key findings of a comprehensive audit of the final audience data for the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019™. A combined 1.12 billion viewers tuned into official broadcast coverage of the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 across all platforms – a record audience for the competition. Linear TV accounted for the majority of the global audience, with 993.5 million viewers watching at least one minute of coverage on a TV set at home, an increase of 30% on the audience for the 2015 edition held in Canada, which reached 764.0 million.