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Euro Media Group acquires Broadcast RF

Euro Media Group (EMG) has announced its acquisition of RF service supplier Broadcast RF (BRF).

Euro Media Group (EMG) has announced its acquisition of RF service supplier Broadcast RF (BRF). With its subsidiaries EurolinX and Euro Media France RF, EMG’s technical expertise and extended experience in sports has allowed the Group to be the bespoke partner for services in long range RF provision for large international events including the Monaco Grand Prix, the Tour de France, and the Olympic Games.

Broadcast RF provides RF technology for television programmes covering entertainment events, news and sports, including the FIFA World Cup, the Six Nations Rugby tournament, the Ryder Cup and the Open Golf Championships.

With this latest acquisition EMG aims to strengthen its commitment within RF and specialist services while continuing to provide a range of solutions to clients. EMG views Broadcast RF’s experience in RF delivery as an opportunity for the company to broaden its range of specialist broadcast services whilst complimenting those already offered by the Group. It also aims to address the UK RF market as well as increasing its worldwide visibility.

“This acquisition gives us the opportunity to become the undisputed worldwide leader for any kind of RF solution. BRF is a highly-respected provider of RF transmission solutions with a strong market recognition,” said Thierry Drilhon, chairman and CEO of EMG. “We are delighted to have their team joining our Euro Media France RF and EurolinX teams, bringing an experienced premium service to all of our customers.”

Arthur Dyson, founder and CEO of BRF, added: “We are very excited to become part of EMG. This acquisition allows Broadcast RF to broaden the scope of both its UK and international operations whilst continuing to enhance the provision of RF equipment and services to our customers.”