Remote Production in Live Sports

15 Sep 2019
Broadcast Academy Panel Sessions

Broadcasters have been constantly trying to provide more live sports content to attract a larger audience. Since live sports production are resource intensive, they have been exploring cost-effective and efficient production alternatives. Therefore, remote production of live sports events ' a technology that was earlier at an experiment stage ' is now a reality. '

This session would capture the stimulating discussion around remote production ' its impact on live production, accessing the cloud infrastructure, possibility of a richer content creation, and challenges in implementing it in every production.

Viewpoints of broadcasters from African and Asian-Pacific regions are compared with the European perspective and experiences. Live Sports events like football, rugby would be used as an example to make the audience aware of the challenges of this technology becoming mainstream.

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