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July, 6th - New : EUROMEDIA acquires its first Sony HDC-4300 camera
EUROMEDIA, the leading French broadcast services provider is currently overhauling its technical vehicles and cameras and has recently acquired the first Sony HDC-4300 camera in France for its slow-motion applications.
January, 14th - Lionel Vialaneix appointed Chairman of Euro Media France
Lionel Vialaneix will become Chairman of Euro Media France on February 2nd, 2015. He will report directly to Thierry Drilhon, Chairman & CEO of Euro Media Group, who assumed this role on an interim basis.
July; 8th - 2014 Tour de France : an innovation-packed 101st edition
Since Christopher Froome’s victory on the Champs Elysées on 21 July last year, France Télévisions, host broadcaster of the Tour de France on behalf of Amaury Sport Organisation (A.S.O) and Euro Media France (EMF), wireless technology services provider for France Télévisions have been working non-stop, together with A.S.O, in order to offer television audiences around the world numerous technical innovations that will provide the 2014 edition of the Tour de France with the best broadcasting technology available.
September, 25th - Euro Media Events and Akuentic partner to produce alternate cinema content
Euro Media Events and Akuentic are pleased to announce their agreement to partner on event cinema productions, also known as alternative cinema content.
May, 30th - EMF, technical service provider for Euro 2012
Euro Media France will dispatch a large amount of audio and video equipment to Poland and the Ukraine, specifically 5 OB trucks, more than 100 cameras and around 100 technicians in order to cover the 40th European Football Championships, taking place from the 8th June to the 1st July this year.
May, 25th - EMG-3D for the 2 week Roland Garros tournament
During the 2 week Roland Garos tennis tournament, EMF will provide the 3D coverage of the matches on the Philippe Chatrier court, as well as the 2D coverage on courts 3 and 6 for France Télévisions.
March, 30th - Euro Media France invents the E-BOX
To deal with the increasing equipment demands for "real television" Euro Media France conceived the idea of new a new mobile technology: the e-box. Halfway between an OB truck and a fly control room, the e-box consists of a control room installed in 2 Algeco. One hosts the filming control room, whilst the other the production hub.
November, 28th - Euro Media France acquires S-TV
S-TV joins EMF and to a larger extent the Group at the end of 2011. S-TV will become a subsidiary of EMF and will bring with it new skills in the guise of mastery of production in the realms of satellite broadcasting with multi-camera SD/FD.
July, 6th - International Signal and 3D : the Monaco wedding
On the occasion of the marriage of Prince Albert II and South African Charlène Wittstock, Euro Media France transformed Monaco into a huge film set. Just one month after filming the Monaco Grand Prix, EMF recorded and broadcast the ceremony in 2D and 3D: images that went around the world!
June, 30th - Covering the Tour de France again!
On Saturday 3 July, the 97th Tour de France takes off from Rotterdam to finish after 3,600 km, 20 stages and 23 passes on Sunday 25 July on the celebrated final stage of the Champs Elysées. Euro Media France shall deploy all of its technical resources necessary for the coverage of the most famous cycling route for France Télévisions.
June, 22nd - Euro Media France supports Solidays
Euro Media France is teaming up for the 4th consecutive year with “Solidarité Sida” in order to provide coverage of the 12th edition of the Solidays which shall take place on 25, 26 and 27 June on the field of Longchamp.
April, 29th - Euro Media France, Technical partner of the World Badminton Championships
Euro Media Sports is proud to be associated with the Fédération Française de Badminton [French Badminton Federation] and with its consulting firm Keneo for the provision of coverage of the World Badminton Championships, which shall take place from 23 to 29 August at the Coubertin Stadium.