Recent Posts by Heather McLean, SVG Europe

BT Sport Pulls Out All the Stops for Hockey Women’s World Cup

BT Sport used the Hockey Women’s World Cup, held in London July and early August, to showcase the sport to an international audience using the latest broadcast technologies and highest-ever production standards for hockey. BT Sport was on air for over 80 hours of hockey over 14 days, to 131 countries over five continents.  More

Limelight Shines Light on Issues Around Live Streaming for Sports Broadcasters

In a digital world, particularly that of sports broadcast, where there is no time or patience for slow or unreliable experiences, the processing and delivery of digital assets has to be fast, reliable and secure. Limelight, which has one of the world’s largest, private global networks, helps broadcasters to bypass internet congestion and avoid many […]  More

Media Links Talks Tech With IP, 4K, 12G SDI, 12-bit Sampling, HDR

Where would the sports broadcasting industry be without the ability today to transport content all over the world, in real time? Media Links is a company that has helped to build some of the world’s largest video and media transport networks, including major installations in the US, Europe, Japan, and Australia. For example, Media Links […]  More

Live From RideLondon: VideoHouse, Broadcast RF Roll Out Velo4G Onboard Cameras

Euro Media Group’s Belgium-based VideoHouse ran facilities and covered the eight cycling events over last weekend’s Prudential RideLondon for host broadcaster, the BBC, and the world feed. The events, which included the men’s Classic and women’s Classique UCI WorldTour events, plus the 100, 46 and 19 mile routes for amateur riders, FreeCycle for families, and […]  More