Qatar 2022

TVU Networks Sets Rental Record in Qatar

TVU Networks will provide 24/7 on-site support servicing more rentals of live equipment in Qatar than ever before in the company’s year history. From November 20 to December 18, viewers will experience live coverage as worldwide broadcasters make audiences feel they are alongside their teams in Doha.  More

broadpeak.io Streamlines Content Replacement at Qatar 2022

Broadpeak’s broadpeak.io software as a service (SaaS) is being used by several video service providers for video streaming during the 2022 world football competition in Qatar. Broadpeak’s API-based platform supports automatic content replacement, simplifying the management of live feeds while enabling its customers to create a seamless, customized content replacement for non-licensed content during one […]  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: In a First, FIFA Digital Captures Content via Phones

For the first time ever at a FIFA World Cup, the FIFA digital-services team will offer rightsholders content for distribution captured with mobile phones. It’s all part of an enhanced digital-production and services strategy built on three technological pillars: the application programming interface (API), the software development kit (SDK) or white-label service, and availability for […]  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: SVT Sport on Bringing All the Action Back to Swedish Fans in a Nordic Broadcast Collaboration

SVT Sport is set to deliver every moment of the FIFA World Cup 2022 to football fans across Sweden. SVT Sport is sharing the 64 World Cup matches 50/50 with TV4 Sweden, and additionally is part of a joint venture with a group of Nordic broadcasters working with Eurovision Services to bring in excess of […]  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: Fewer UK Football Fans Plan to Watch Compared to Previous Competitions Due to Issues Surrounding Workers’, LGBTQ+ Rights

Four in 10 football fans in the UK believe the upcoming World Cup will be the “worst ever”, according to the results of a new piece of market research. The study from Opinium Research has shown that two in five (41%) football fans are less excited about the 2022 World Cup in comparison to previous […]  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: Brazil’s Globo Leverages TVU Networks for Live Production Needs

After successful live broadcasts of this year’s Beijing Winter Games and last year’s Tokyo Summer Games, Brazil’s leading TV network, Globo, continues to rely on TVU Networks for its high-profile, live transmission needs. The broadcaster will employ 17 TVU One mobile transmitters for live coverage of the 2022 Football Championship in Qatar, starting November 20th. […]  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: Telemundo Deportes Readies More Than 2,000 Hours of Spanish-Language Coverage, Telecasts of All 64 Matches in Qatar

Telemundo will present comprehensive live coverage and unprecedented multiplatform offerings of the biggest soccer event in the world. More than 2,000 hours of coverage, including all 64 matches live in Spanish with in-venue commentary team calling all matches from the stadium, will be available across Telemundo, Universo, Peacock, TelemundoDeportes.com and Telemundo Deportes’ app.  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: TelevisaUnivision Supplies Comprehensive Game-Around-the-Game Coverage

TelevisaUnivision will bring multinational and multiplatform coverage of the 2022 World Cup to sports fans in the U.S. with a comprehensive slate of live tournament news, analysis, and most relevant programming directly from Qatar as well as from their studios in Mexico. All the content will be available across the company’s portfolio of broadcast, cable, […]  More

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