Recent Posts tagged with FIFA Women’s World Cup

Input Media Selects Net Insight for Remote Production of FIFA Women’s World Cup

Input Media chose Net Insight’s remote production solution to produce the FIFA Women’s World Cup France 2019 for BBC Sport. Input Media produced all programming for the Women’s World Cup remotely for BBC Sport from the 7 June until 7 July — 27 live games by distributed remote production from its recently upgraded Manchester production […]  More

Fox Sports To Produce Daily ‘FIFA Women’s World Cup Now’ Show on Twitter From Paris

This summer, expert soccer personalities Karina LeBlanc and Aaron West will team up to co-host FOX Sports’ “FIFA Women’s World Cup Now” live on Twitter every matchday. From its Paris studio each matchday from Friday, June 7 through Sunday, July 7, FOX Sports will produce and stream the show on Twitter via the @FOXSports and @FOXSoccer accounts. The new program adds […]  More

Fox Sports Awarded Gold World Medal for FIFA Women’s World Cup Coverage

New York Festivals World’s Best TV & Films presented Fox Sports with its first award of the season at the 2016 NAB Show in Las Vegas. Fox Sports was recognized with the Gold World Medal for its critically acclaimed coverage of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup, during which the U.S. Women’s National Team became […]  More

FIFA Plans Largest Women’s Soccer TV Production Ever for World Cup 2015

As the countdown to the FIFA Women’s World Cup Canada 2015 continues with just 50 days to go, FIFA has revealed plans for its biggest and most advanced broadcast production for a women’s football tournament. FIFA’s production will include top match directors, up to 22 state-of-the-art cameras, and ultra-high definition visuals.  More

Fox Sports Plans Expansive, Multiplatform Coverage of FIFA Women’s World Cup

FOX Sports is planning the most expansive and comprehensive multiplatform coverage ever of the FIFA Women’s World Cup, including an unprecedented 16 matches airing live on FOX broadcast network, when the tournament commences in Canada next June. The announcement was made today by Eric Shanks, President, COO and Executive Producer, FOX Sports.  More

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