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- Australian Open Tennis 2005 - 2011
Project: ATP Masters 1000 Series 2000 - 2011 (Montreal)
A demanding schedule of 10 events taking place across the world covering Cincinnati, Shanghai, Indian Wells, Madrid, Miami, Monte-Carlo, Montreal, Paris and Rome, concluding with the World Tour Finals which since 2009 has been staged in our home town, at the O2 Arena in London. Over 50 broadcasters across the globe take coverage of the series include ABC, CCTV, ESPN, Fox Sports, Sky Sports, CBS, TVE and Eurosport.
Gearhouse Broadcast provides broadcast equipment, production facilities, systems integration and scalable flyaway solutions. The solution delivered by Gearhouse Broadcast employs state-of-the-art digital flyaway rigs consisting of audio and video routing, distribution, communication, CCU and monitor gallery rigs. These rigs are configured prior to arriving on site and are then integrated with other key elements and installed by specialist Project Engineers.
Supplying up to 80 crew members at any one location, 24/7 technical resources and full operational and logistics support, Gearhouse Broadcast have provided this type of project management across all ten venues since 2000 for ATP Media.
Dominic Gresset Head of production for TPL said “We opted for Gearhouse Broadcast to provide equipment, facilities and technical support for the Tennis Masters Series and subsequently the Masters Cup because we are confident in their capabilities to create the same broadcast environment anywhere in the world. They have demonstrated their expertise and professionalism time and again throughout the Tennis Masters Series tournaments that have taken place this year”.