Recent Posts tagged with SIS Live

NEP Group Acquires SIS LIVE, Expanding Venue-Connectivity Presence

NEP Group has acquired SIS LIVE Ltd., a leading provider of connectivity services and subsidiary of UK-based Sports Information Services (SIS). The acquisition will enable NEP to offer additional and enhanced connectivity capabilities critical to delivering the best managed services and solutions to clients. Financial details were unavailable at press time. “It’s a great fit culturally for both of our […]  More

IBC 2016: SIS Live, Telstra partner to expand connectivity network in Asian market

Broadcast connectivity expert SIS LIVE announced a partnership with Telstra, a leading telecommunications and technology company, to expand their connectivity network throughout the Asia Pacific region. This gives SIS LIVE the ability to distribute content across Asia via Telstra’s market-leading submarine fibre cable network and teleports in Hong Kong and Sydney – the largest commercial teleports […]  More

Wimbledon 2014 Q&A: ESPN Talks Dejero Deployment, SIS-to-Visions Changeover

As the second week of Wimbledon got into its stride, ESPN’s director of remote production operations, Terry Brady, and coordinating technical manager Chris Strong spoke to SVG Europe about small but beneficial changes to its tournament workflow, the impact of Visions’ ascendancy to host broadcaster duties, and the advantages of being able to create a […]  More

SIS LIVE Handles BBC’s HD Coverage of Six Nations Rugby

The 2011 Six Nations rugby union tournament got under way at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff on Feb. 4 when Wales took on England. Host-broadcast coverage in high definition was provided by the BBC using facilities from SIS LIVE. All production and presentation for the match was handled in SIS LIVE’s big triple-expander HD truck, […]  More

Camera Corps Braves India’s Monsoon Rain, Humidity at Commonwealth Games

Working in partnership with SIS Live, Camera Corps is providing the speciality camera systems for the 2010 Commonwealth Games in Delhi, Oct. 3-14. Camera Corps has supplied a wide range of equipment including remote heads, tracking systems, and Q-Ball compact robotic cameras. All are being supported and maintained throughout the event by SIS/Camera Corps technicians. […]  More

Commonwealth Games Up and Off Despite Challenges

The XIX Commonwealth Games (CWG) are into their second day in Delhi, India, after opening on Sunday Oct. 3 with the now obligatory “spectacular” Opening Ceremony broadcast live in high definition. The 17 events that will be seen over the next week and a half are being transmitted in 1080i by host broadcaster Doordarshan using […]  More

IBC 2010: Competitive Cooperation Is the Norm in European OB Market

In Europe, the outside-broadcast market has always been intertwined, but, in recent years, OB companies have become more tangled than ever. “The industry is of a size where you find that your competitors one day are your customers the next day and your suppliers the third day, so everyone has to be professional about how […]  More

Technical Overview: Inside the First HD British Open

The 150th Open golf championship tournament took place this year at the sport’s spiritual home, St Andrews in Scotland, and was fittingly broadcast for the first time in native HD. Host broadcaster the BBC and U.S. network ESPN laid on comparable technical productions to capture the rain and windswept event, which culminated in relative unknown […]  More

As World Cup Begins, Here’s a Peek at the Gear Being Used to Cover It

After weeks of buildup involving speculation over squad members, star players getting injured during training, and constant discussion of who might actually win, accompanied by the incessant buzz of the vuvuzela, the FIFA 2010 World Cup finally gets under way in South Africa today. Host broadcaster HBS is producing the tournament in high definition, with […]  More

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