Recent Posts tagged with Olympic Broadcast Services

London Olympics To Go for 3D Gold?

It is increasingly appearing as if viewers of the London 2012 Olympics will have a chance to catch at least some of the action in 3D. Olympic Broadcast Services (OBS) is in final negotiations to make a 3D Olympics feed available to rightsholders when the games begin next July 27. Although details will not be […]  More

Ten Reasons You Should Be Watching Curling

About one third of the broadcast hours at the Vancouver Winter Olympics are dedicated to curling. The strategy-heavy sport, reminiscent of shuffleboard on ice, is the most popular game you’ve probably never heard of, and Olympic Broadcast Services (OBS) is providing plenty of reasons to watch. With 25 cameras covering four concurrent matches from the […]  More

Romero, OBS Take Vancouver Weather in Stride

Five days into the Vancouver Winter Olympics, it seems that Mother Nature has thrown every wrench she can think of into Olympic Broadcast Services’ plans for a smooth Games, but OBS CEO Manolo Romero is keeping a cool head. The warm weather and rain that have postponed events on Whistler and Cypress Mountains, he says, […]  More

Romero: OBS — Along With Rightsholders and Vendors — Aims To Inspire in Vancouver

The Winter Games are mere days away, which means it’s crunch time for Manolo Romero, CEO of Olympic Broadcast Services (OBS), and his team. This year’s Games signifies a major milestone as well as a turning point for Olympic coverage. The following article was written by Romero and explains the goals of the major changes […]  More

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