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The evolution of remote broadcast production for sports federations

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The evolution of remote broadcast production for sports federations

11 Sep 2022
Showcase Theatre
Free to Attend Sessions
Hall 12

The volume of live sport being produced and broadcast has been on an unprecedented scale since the world reopened following the Covid-19 pandemic. Changing audience consumption habits and the increase in OTT and streaming services have created new opportunities for rights holders to expand their reach, create new commercial assets and attract new viewers with more content than ever before. But the question remains: How can you deliver so many events on a global scale both cost effectively and with a reduced impact on the environment?

Remote production has been touted as the answer for a while but, as we will explore in this panel discussion with leading global provider of complex live broadcast facilities and production services, Gravity Media - this solution is constantly evolving. As Gravity Media builds a next generation Production Centre in London’s White City as well as their current facilities in London’s Chiswick, Manchester, Sydney, Melbourne and Los Angeles, there is a focus on reducing costs and carbon footprints whilst, raising production values to remain at the heart of all future planning.

How can technical, production and postproduction solutions be brought together on a global scale to ensure memorable sporting moments are delivered to screens around the world from a new breed of remote hubs? And how can Sports Federations truly benefit and grow with this innovation?

Speakers
Ed Tischler, Managing Director, EMEA - Gravity Media
Nick Symes, Director of Technology - Gravity Media
Carolina Santos, Head of Broadcast Operations & Engineering - ATP Media
Steve Kruger, Executive Director of Technology - Gravity Media