Capturing the bigger picture
Great events don’t happen by accident. Event organisers, media organisations and sport federations need flexible, end-to-end solutions for the production, distribution and personalisation of their live content and, increasingly, for their online reach to the right audiences, at the right time and in the right format. Eurovision’s full-service portfolio is designed around these four pillars to offer the ability to adapt content production and delivery to any platform and any audience. But what really sets the company apart is that it sees the bigger picture.
As a European Broadcasting Union (EBU) company backed by 70 years of broadcast experience, Eurovision is in a unique position to understand the needs and challenges that its clients face. And as a result, the company guarantees to maximise its content value while leaving customers free to focus on every other aspect of running the most successful event possible.
In addition to the company headquarters in Geneva and the Eurovision Technology hub in Madrid, Eurovision has bureaus in Dubai, Singapore, Beijing and Washington DC. The Eurovision Global Network is one of the biggest of its kind, and offers dedicated global satellite and fibre connectivity. It integrates seamlessly with the public internet enabling the company to deliver any live event in any format, anywhere in the world.
Located at the crossroads between the East and the West, and at a diverse region where ancient traditions meet modern societies, Eurovision’s Dubai office manages the business in the Middle East, Africa and South Asia. Eurovision recently coordinated the live broadcast of the UAE’s first astronaut missions, the distribution of the 2020 Supercopa de España tournament, held in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, across Asia and the Americas, and the worldwide distribution of the live coverage and highlights of the 2020 ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup from South Africa on behalf of STAR India.
Eurovision’s recent experiences include host broadcasting and distribution for the inaugural edition of the multi-sport European Championships in 2018, host broadcasting and signal distribution for the IBU biathlon world championships in 2020 and principal global distribution of the English Premier League worldwide in HD and UHD until 2022.
At Eurovision, the emphasis is on delivering excellence in everything that is undertaken, and leaving customers free to focus on what really matters – creating truly amazing experiences!
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