Monthly Archives: April 2014

ITV retains British Superbike rights

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BBC extends Masters contract

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NBA will consider giving refs more replay rights

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MP and Silva lands Superbike rights package

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BT edges up but BSkyB falls after splitting Rugby broadcasting rights

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SVG Europe welcomes Airbus Defence and Space as new Gold Sponsor

Written on April 25, 2014 at 03:52, by

In the first of a wave of new sponsorship deals set to be announced in the post-NAB period, Airbus Defence and Space (until recently branded under the Astrium name) has confirmed that it is to join the ranks of SVG Europe’s Gold sponsors. Joining through its French office, Airbus Defence and Space works with a […]  More

AKG aviation headphone co-developer wins Red Bull Air Race World Series

Written on April 25, 2014 at 03:52, by

Hannes Arch, who co-developed the new AV100 aviation headphones from HARMAN’s AKG, recently won the Red Bull Air Race in Rovinj, Croatia. Leading with 21 points, Arch claimed the rank one championship title within the Master Class of the race for the second time on April 13 2014, adding to his previous victory in 2008. […]  More

SVG Europe SportTech: Sky Sports’ Paul King joins Jim Storey, John Watts to discuss content vs technology

Written on April 25, 2014 at 02:42, by

To what extent does new technology determine the nature of sports content – and vice versa? A panel chaired by CTV OB’s Barry Johnstone will ponder this thorny question at SVG Europe’s next summit event, SportTech, taking place at Emirates Stadium on 7 May. One of the industry’s most respected figures, CTV OB managing director […]  More

Broadcast Vendors Gear Technology Toward Sports-Venue Market

Written on April 24, 2014 at 13:36, by

The line between venue technology and broadcast technology is blurring. As videoboard-control rooms become responsible for an increasing number of screens, ranging from the center-hung board to thousands of fan smartphones, venues must install the necessary infrastructure to handle the task. The result: venue control rooms that look more and more like broadcast trucks (if […]  More

John de Mol relies on Infostrada and EVS to achieve content Utopia

Written on April 24, 2014 at 12:20, by

Dutch video services provider Infostrada Creative Technology has selected solutions from EVS for a new Dutch reality TV format, Utopia. Integration between EVS’ XS Media Server and Infostrada Creative Technology’s online content management platform Centralparq enable continuous processing and delivery of audio and video content for the show. Utopia is a new year-long social experiment […]  More