CTO, Olympic Broadcasting Services
Sotiris Salamouris Is the CTO of Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) and of the Olympic Channel. He leads the Engineering and Technical Operations of OBS as Host Broadcaster of the Olympic Games, managing the planning group responsible for the design & delivery of all the technical facilities and services of the host broadcasting operations for the Olympic Games and other select broadcast activities. As the Chief Technology Officer of the Olympic Channel he also oversees the technical strategies for the creation and digital delivery of the Olympic Channel content to its current and future presentation outlets. In his position as the CTO of OBS he has been managing an international team of broadcast engineers and operational personnel that has already planned, prepared and operated the broadcast technical facilities for: - The 2010 Winter Olympic & Paralympic Games, in Vancouver, Canada - The first Youth Olympic Games, in 2010, in Singapore - The 2012 Summer Olympic & Paralympic Games, in London, UK - The 2014 Winter Olympic Games & Paralympic Games, in Sochi, Russia - The second Youth Olympic Games in 2014, in Nanjing, China - The 2016 Summer Olympic & Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro Currently works for the planning of the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, Korea; the third Youth Olympic Games, in Argentina; and the 2020 Summer Olympic Games in Tokyo, Japan. Sotiris Salamouris has also been the Head of Engineering for the host broadcasting of the Summer Olympic Games in Beijing, in 2008, and the Director of Broadcast Telecommunications for the host broadcasting of the Summer Olympic Games in Athens, in 2004.
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