Qatar 2022

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, 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

FIFA World Cup 2022: Kicking Off the Audio Under Pressure at the World’s Biggest Football Competition

This year’s FIFA World Cup is expected to be the most watched World Cup finals in history, with an anticipated global audience of more than five billion people. For 2022, broadcasters are going all out to up their game with commentaries, pre-match build up and post-match analysis being created live on the ground in Doha. […]  More

LiveU Increases Deployment By 100% for Qatar World Football Tournament

With a record number of bookings from global broadcasters, LiveU is gearing up for the largest deployment of solutions in Qatar to cover the world football tournament. Hundreds of LiveU 5G/4G field units have been booked by global broadcasters for 4K/HD quality live coverage of the tournament. Broadcasters plan to use LiveU’s solution for main […]  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: TVU Networks IS+ Cellular Bonding Tech Finds Believers

The 2022 FIFA World Cup will soon begin and broadcasters in Doha will be looking to bring fans closer via reports captured by ENG crews throughout the area. One of the key enabling technologies at global sporting events in recent years has been wireless IP and bonded-cellular transmission backpacks and camera systems. And TVU Networks […]  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: TSN, CTV, Set to Deliver 200 Hours of Live Coverage

With the countdown to FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 underway, TSN and CTV are ready to deliver complete tournament coverage of all 64 games to fans across Canada. The Canadian Men’s National Team is competing in the tournament for the first time since 1986, kicking off their campaign on Wednesday, Nov. 23 against Belgium at 11 a.m. ET on TSN, […]  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: FIFA Inks Metaverse Partnership With Upland

Upland and FIFA have today announced a multi-year partnership that allows the Upland community and football fans worldwide to collect, trade, and own FIFA digital assets and game video highlights, pursuing a joint mission to help fans get a better understanding of how the metaverse and web3 work.  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: Fans Can Watch Matches in 3D Through IQ3D Platform

Audiences worldwide who are unable to attend the 2022 World Cup will be able to experience the largest and most exciting sporting event in a more realistic, real-life, and immersive way than any standard 2D device can deliver. FIFA (2022) recently announced that “3D animation improves communication to in-stadium fans and television viewers. Therefore, IQH3D […]  More

FIFA World Cup 2022: Telemundo Deportes’ Production Plans Are in Place; Advertising Exceeds Revenue Goals

“We’re ready to make history,” said Telemundo Deportes President Ray Warren when he and other key executives laid out expectations and plans for the 2022 FIFA World Cup, which kicks off in Qatar in a little more than 10 days. The U.S. Spanish-language–rights holder is slated to deliver all 64 matches to viewers and more […]  More

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