Sports Events: broadcast facilities

03.06.2017United Kingdom: 2017 UEFA Champions League final

INA TV


The 2017 UEFA Champions League final will be held in Wales on Saturday 3 June 2017 at the Cardiff's National Stadium of Wales.

INA TV can assist by offering the following facilities for TV broadcasters:

SD & HD SNGs (1+1) fully redundant, Truck and Path Hire, DVB-S/DVB-S2, MPEG-2/MPEG-4, 4.2.0/4.2.2
SD/HD Ad-hoc Satellite Transmissions (Live Stand Up Positions & Play Out - PAL/NTSC)
Highly competitive rates on European Space Segment at either 4,5MHz, 6MHz, 9MHz and 12MHz.
SD & HD ENG Crews upon request
Live Studio
Live Stand Up Positions
Editing upon request
SD & HD Multicamera OBVAN production facilities upon request


For availability and bookings please contact our booking office:
INA 24-hour Booking Office
Tel: +30 210 331 6308
Fax: +30 210 331 6309
e-mail: [email protected]
Web: www.ina.tv

Overon


Overon will be offering a wide range of services from Cardiff:


- SD/HD Live stand-up positions.
- SD/HD Multiformat play out.
- Exclusive DSNGs and ENGs upon request (HD and SD)
- ENG/ SNG under request
- Connectivity to the Overon GLOBAL Network.

For bookings or enquiries, please contact our Planning Office:

Tel.: +34 91 837 75 50
Fax: +34 91 837 80 77
Email: [email protected]

Bainet Broadcast Services


3rd June 2017, Cardiff (UK)
2017 UEFA Champions League final

Bainet Broadcast Services offers the following services from Cardiff:

- Dedicated HD/SD SNGs
- HD/SD Live stand ups
- HD/SD Play outs

Please, feel free to contact us for special quotations fitting your needs.

For any inquiry, please, contact us:
Telephone: +34 91 767 7614
[email protected]
www.bainet.es/en/broadcasting/

Eurovision


CHAMPIONS LEAGUE FINAL 2017
CARDIFF, UNITED KINGDOM
03 JUNE 2017

The UEFA Champions League final will take place at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff, Wales.

The annual showpiece will kick off at 20:45 CET on Saturday, 3 June, 2017. This seasons finals ambassador is the legendary Liverpool and Welsh striker, Ian Rush.

The finalists for this years championship are Juventus v Real Madrid.
If Real Madrid are to lift the trophy in Cardiff on 3 June they will spoil one of the more remarkable pieces of football trivia in that no team has won back-to-back titles in the UEFA Champions League era (1992/93 onwards).

German Felix Brych, who has officiated at five UEFA Champions League fixtures this season, will referee the final between Juventus and Real Madrid.

EUROVISION Special Events will offer the following facilities onsite:

• HD/SD Standup position for Live programme inserts
• HD/SD Playout
• FLEX IP Connectivity to the Eurovision Global Network

For bookings and information, please contact:
Eurovision Special Events
tel +41 22 717 2840
[email protected]


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