Just the matches on ‘proper’ channels, the others just use world feed comms.
One your just doing one match a day and it’s on the other side channel it’s probably cheaper to do all it all from the stadium. It’s probably easier and cheaper to get a presentation position in the stand for the Women’s World Cup than it is the men’s.
There is an IBC.
Fox at the IBC
This is the first time that a Women’s World Cup has had a proper building for its International Broadcast Centre (in 2015, the IBC was housed in office trailers). Although Fox has a relatively small footprint of only 300 square metres, it will pack a lot of technical punch. NEP UK, as it did in Russia last year, is providing the equipment and technical support.
Last edited by Jon on 11 June 2019 10:16pm