Whose cameras film the Olympics?

» Posted on Jan 19, 2012 in Blog, Chapter VII: Media + Communications

With 205 nations competing at the Games, it is completely unfeasible to locate the cameras of all broadcasting nations within the stadia, so the IOC set up the Olympic Broadcasting Services so that companies could take the feed for their own purposes.

This initiative consists of members of staff from a range of the rights holding broadcasters and is perhaps worthy of its own recognition as a programme that promotes intercultural education. ┬áHere’s a link to the training that was undertaken for London 2012

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