The July 2021 issue of TVBEurope is now available, celebrating this year’s summer of sport.
The issue covers everything from Euro 2020 to the Tokyo Olympics, with a bit of sailing, skiing and swimming as well.
Dan Meier talks to Eurosport’s Olympic lead production lead Scott Young about how the broadcaster has overcome the hurdle of the Games moving back a year.
dock10’s head of studios Andy Waters explains how the facility is integral to the BBC’s coverage of both Euro 2020 and the Tokyo Olympics.
Plus, Arqiva’s Chris Alner talks to Jenny Priestley about how the company is supporting the industry in the coming months.
Away from sport, The DTG’s CEO Richard Lindsay-Davies talks about the TV industry’s inflection point, we visit Gravity Media’s offline facility in Soho, London and we find out how the content of Channel 4 sitcom We Are Lady Parts helped inspire the show’s grade.
Kevin Hilton takes a look at the technology helping live production to become ever more sophisticated and specialised, the BBFC explain how the cloud is helping to future-proof the business, we find out how the industry is preparing for the next big paradigm shift.
Finally, Nicola Greaves, UKTV’s director of operations and business technology, explains why she thinks air traffic control systems can be used for resource scheduling.
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