Football Production Summit: bespoke case study to examine IP remote production for Belgian football
SVG Europe is delighted to announce the completion of the panellist line-up for a bespoke case study at its Football Production Summit in Munich on 22 March. The session will examine the implementation of IP remote production for the Proximus League – Belgian’s second football league – since August 2016.
The setup comprises three flight cases that travel around the country to connect all cameras, microphones and comms in the stadia with the remote IP production infrastructure in two MCRs in Brussels – capable of producing two matches simultaneously in two languages. This remote IP production collaboration involves Skynet iMotion Activities (SiA), the production company of the Proximus group, along with Lawo, NEP Belgium and Videohouse (part of Euro Media Group). Proximus is now planning to extend it to the Jupiter Pro League, Belgium’s first division football competition.
Joining moderator and SVG Europe Executive Editor Fergal Ringrose will be: Stef Lambrechts, Videohouse Media Facilities, Project Manager; Dirk Sykora, Lawo, Technical Sales Manager; Rodrigo Sternberg, Skynet iMotion Activities, Manager Media Handling & Facilities; and Geert Thoelen, NEP Broadcast Services, Technical Project Manager – EIC.
For a full programme, and to register, please visit https://www.svgeurope.org/football-production-summit-2017/full-program/.