Company NewsMarch 2, 2010
BBC to use LiberoVision during World Cup 2010
LiberoVision is proud to announce that English BBC has decided to use LiberoVision for their World Cup coverage from Cape Town in South Africa.
After a few successful test productions during the Carling Cup semifinals and final game BBC has agreed to use LiberoVision DiscoverEye for their analysis of World Cup games. The FIFA World Cup is the largest media event world-wide and attracts over 25 billion viewers world-wide. The final game of the World Cup 2006 was watched by a ninth of the world population.
LiberoVision CEO Stephan Würmlin Stadler says that with BBC a world-wide renowned broadcaster has decieded to use the most advanced and sophisticated analysis system currently available on the market. The realistic virtual angles of LiberoVision DiscoverEye paired with the well-known expertise of BBC's pundits will lift BBCs broadcast verbally in a new dimension.