SES and EBU broadcast 2014 FIFA World Cup in Ultra HD

Date: Tue, 06/24/2014 - 14:49

SES announced that Eurovision – the European Broadcasting Union's (EBU) distributor of premium sports and news events – is broadcasting the 2014 FIFA World Cup to audiences throughout North America, Latin America, Europe  and Asia in Ultra HD and HD via SES satellites
SES and EBU broadcast 2014 FIFA World Cup in Ultra HD Image credited to SES
Eurovision is distributing matches live in Ultra HD to their global network using the NSS-806 satellite and SES's teleport in Manassas. SES's NSS-7 and SES-6 spacecraft are being used to enable Eurovision to deliver matches from the 12 World Cup venues throughout Brazil to the International Broadcast Center in Rio de Janeiro. "Eurovision and the EBU are gearing up for one of the largest broadcast operations requirements in the history of the World Cup, now including Ultra HD content. The live coverage of some matches in Ultra HD will allow consumers to catch a glimpse of the future of TV," said Paolo Pusterla, Eurovision's Head of Procurement. "Consumers today expect higher and better image quality when watching TV. We are proud to be able to continue working with Eurovision to fulfill the ever-changing demands of broadcasters with confidence, by providing hybrid solutions to deliver coverage of this spectacular sporting event to over 3 billion people around the world," said Samantha McCloskey, Vice President of Global Occasional Use Services at SES.
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