Multiple Rightsholders Utilize Amazon Web Services for Live Streams of the 2018 FIFA World Cup

Amazon Web Services (AWS) announced that national broadcast rights holders, pay TV providers, and sports programmers used AWS, including AWS Elemental Media Services, to power live streamed experiences as an estimated 3.4 billion people watched the 2018 football tournament that concluded earlier this summer. AWS Elemental solutions were also used in the central equipment room […]  More

Teletica Partners With Grabyo To Publish Video Clips of the 2018 FIFA World Cup on Social Media

Teletica, Costa Rica’s first television company founded in 1958, partnered with cloud-video specialists Grabyo ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia to take advantage of its exclusive TV broadcasting rights on social media. A first for the broadcaster, Teletica published real-time, geo-restricted video clips from the tournament directly to Costa Rican users on […]  More

FOR-A Delivers 4K/HD Frame Rate Converters for 2018 International Soccer Tournament

With almost half the world’s population tuning in to the 2018 world football event, high-resolution and reliable, live video of the games was critical to broadcasters throughout the globe. Some of the worlds’ premier public broadcasters trusted FOR-A to deliver the most pristine imagery in a multitude of formats to fervent fans watching the quadrennial […]  More

FOR-A Provides 4K, HD Coverage of 2018 International Soccer Tournament

With almost half the world’s population tuning in to the 2018 world football event, high-resolution and reliable, live video of the games was critical to broadcasters throughout the globe. Some of the worlds’ premier public broadcasters trusted FOR-A to deliver pristine imagery in a multitude of formats to fervent fans watching the quadrennial event.  More

LiveU Breaks Down Live Broadcasting Numbers From 2018 FIFA World Cup

LiveU released its live broadcasting figures during the FIFA World Cup in Russia with 485 units onsite used by customers from over 40 countries. The numbers have doubled, and even tripled, since the 2014 FIFA World Cup — including over 15,000 hours of live broadcasting, over 30,000 live sessions, and 36TB of live transmission — […]  More

Televisa Deportes Showcases Vizrt AR Graphics in 2018 FIFA World Cup Coverage

Mexican World Cup fans were able to get a double dose of World Cup action from Televisa this year. While Televisa had rights to the World Cup and used those rights to bring in new technology such as Viz Libero AR, sister network TDN (Televisa Deportes Networks) created a massive World Cup spectacle in their […]  More

Aldea Transmits All 64 Games of the 2018 FIFA World to 14 Countries in HD, 4K UHD

Aldea announceed that they have successfully delivered live transmissions of the 2018 FIFA World Cup to 14 customers around the world. By the time the final was played on Sunday, July 15, Aldea’s customers in Australia, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, South Africa, and Uruguay had distributed all 64 games in HD and UHD (Ultra High Definition)/4K […]  More

Live From FIFA World Cup: Brazil’s TV Globo Takes On Moscow’s Red Square With Augmented Reality Set

While the nation’s beloved football team didn’t come away with the trophy it sorely desired, Brazil’s top broadcaster on site, TV Globo, made a bold presence felt in Russia at the 2018 FIFA World Cup. As one of the multimedia rightsholders at this year’s event, TV Globo took one of the set positions erected by […]  More