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SIS Live opens studio doors for Olympics

11 September 2011
SIS Live opens studio doors for Olympics

SIS Live has confirmed that it will be making its facilities in Corsham Street, London N1 6DR available for 2012 Olympic and Paralympics broadcast requirements.

The central London facilities are six miles from the Olympic stadium in Stratford and as close as four miles from other events, making studio interviews with athletes and commentators a practical option for broadcasters, including non-rights holders, wanting a city base next summer.

As the HQ for SIS Live for many years the building is fully integrated to accommodate studio production operations and play out facilities. Current clients include Channel 4, William Hill and Coral TV.

The buildings have production space for up to 150 people, four studios, extensive satellite teleport facilities, including HD fibre connectivity to BT Tower. Space is available for edit and sound suites and graphics facilities.

David Meynell, managing director of SIS Live, said: “Our facilities are ideal for the 2012 Olympics, for rights and non-rights holders, who would be able to generate top-quality programming at a fraction of the cost. SIS Live can provide as much, or as little, equipment as a broadcaster requires.”

SIS Live can support any broadcast requirement with a comprehensive service offering, including satellite uplinks, PSC crews, communications solutions, editing and streaming facilities.

Stand 1.C55

www.sislive.tv
 SIS Live has confirmed that it will be making its facilities in Corsham Street, London N1 6DR available for 2012 Olympic and Paralympics broadcast requirements.

The central London facilities are six miles from the Olympic stadium in Stratford and as close as four miles from other events, making studio interviews with athletes and commentators a practical option for broadcasters, including non-rights holders, wanting a city base next summer.

As the HQ for SIS Live for many years the building is fully integrated to accommodate studio production operations and play out facilities. Current clients include Channel 4, William Hill and Coral TV.

The buildings have production space for up to 150 people, four studios, extensive satellite teleport facilities, including HD fibre connectivity to BT Tower. Space is available for edit and sound suites and graphics facilities.

David Meynell, managing director of SIS Live, said: “Our facilities are ideal for the 2012 Olympics, for rights and non-rights holders, who would be able to generate top-quality programming at a fraction of the cost. SIS Live can provide as much, or as little, equipment as a broadcaster requires.”

SIS Live can support any broadcast requirement with a comprehensive service offering, including satellite uplinks, PSC crews, communications solutions, editing and streaming facilities.

Stand 1.C55

www.sislive.tv
 

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