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Tag : Sports
Written on Jan. 1, 2013
Written on Dec. 14, 2012
We are happy to announce the arrival of Xavier Devreker who will succeed Bruno Gallais as Sales Director for Sports at Euro Media France.
His objectives will be to continue developing the commercial activities for Euro Media France. He will supervise the sports sales team and will work with and under the authority of Xavier Marvaldi, the Deputy Managing Director for Euro Media France.
From now on Bruno Gallais will be in charge of the development of international activity in Europe as well as the commercialisation and expansion of the Wireless Production Facilities markets in France and abroad. He will ...
Written on Nov. 26, 2012
Last week, the Euro Media France teams donned their kimonos in order to broadcast the World Karate Championships.
This 21st official competition from the WKF (World Karate Federation) took place at the Palais Omnisports in Paris-Bercy. OB truck XXL3 was behind the scenes broadcasting all of the technical aspects for the national and international federations.
From Wednesday 21st to Friday 23rd, 9 dedicated cameras trampled the 4 tatami mats for the qualifying stages for the French karate federation (4 studio cameras, 2 portable, 1 RF, 1 beauty and 1 loupe).
The images were streamed live on the France Ô website, live ...
Written on Nov. 24, 2012
At the ceremony for the Grands Prix Stratégies / Amaury Média du sport 2012, the mobile TV application from the Canal+ group (Canal Football App) won first prize in the Digital Marketing category.
Euro Media France provides all of the exclusive content for this mobile/tablet application, which offers the viewer the chance to follow live football matches in a different way (new camera angles, more statistics, notes on the match or the players, interviews etc.) Alongside NetcoSport, the content of the Canal Football App filmed in the stadium and in the studio is for the two Ligue 1 ...
Written on Nov. 16, 2012
On the 9th, 10th and 11th of November this year, the Palais Omnisport at Paris-Bercy was a full house for the thirtieth Supercross show.
To celebrate its birthday, the world riding elite came together for the three day event. Euro Media France grabbed hold of the handlebars to film this spectacular show.
OB truck L2 was deployed so Jérôme Ramos could produce the show and the freestyling with 6 cameras.
Produced by Les Editions Larivière, the images of the motocross stunts were broadcast live on Sport + and as a delayed broadcast on Motors TV.
Written on Oct. 17, 2012
The RF version of the Superloupe, developed by the engineering teams at DVS, benefits from several innovations.
Amongst these innovations: its new lightweight carbon chassis enabling the cameraman to move around more quickly so as to be at the heart of the action and to multiply the number of shot angles.
Compatible with all existing RF transmission systems, the new Superloupe can be used to its full potential when used in conjunction with the RF systems developed by Livetools Technology.
The award- winning (at the Podium d’Or awards) sequence was broadcast on 20th May during the Grand Steeple Chase ...
Written on Oct. 9, 2012
On Sunday 7th October the Euro Media France OB truck XXL1 was installed in the technical area of the velodrome stadium to produce the signal for one of the most eagerly awaited matches of the year: OM vs. PSG.
The director for the match, Laurent Lachand, and a hundred or so technicians led by Jean-Julien Michéo had all made the trip to Marseilles to ensure the filming of the match with 26 cameras (including 2 Superloupes).
This exciting 8th day of League 1, broadcast exclusively on Canal+, for the OM vs. PSG match (2-2) drew more than 2.7 ...
Written on Sept. 19, 2012
From the beaches of Dubai to the pampas grasses of Argentina, the Polo shots filmed by the Euro Media France teams have truly circled the globe (more than 3,000 views in Argentina and 1,000 in France).
From the 1st to the 16th of September, the Open de France Kamelis, the most important European tournament of the season, took place at the Polo Club in Chantilly, which also hosted the very first Chopard female Open de France.
As well as the production equipment (OB truck XL4 and 7 cameras) Euro Media France also played the role of executive producer ...
Written on Sept. 7, 2012
The French team are starting their qualification campaign for the World Cup 2014 by playing Finland in the Helsinki Olympic stadium.
EMF’s OB truck XXL1 crossed the Baltic Sea to cover this decisive match. The truck left Paris at the start of the week and travelled a total of about 5,000km to ensure the technical production of the French team’s match.
Sportfive entrusted EMF with the responsibility of providing the technical equipment to ensure a high quality broadcast on M6.
This evening, the French match produced with 22 cameras (including one Superloupe, one crane and two steadycams ...
Written on Sept. 2, 2012
On Wednesday 29th August, Lille played at the Grand Stade Lille-Métropole for their return match against Copenhagen, whilst EMF deployed its technical equipment for the very first time for BeIN Sport.
For this Champions League playoff match broadcast at 8.45pm on the new sports channel (BeIN Sport 1), EMF covered the technical production of the match, from the filming to the broadcast thanks to the collection of 17 cameras directed by Fred Godard, set up in OB truck XXL1 for the production of the programme.
Whilst Lille led the game 1-0 at full-time, the French team had to ...