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Gymnastics - 05 Nov 2015 - Media rights
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and the European Union of Gymnastics (UEG) have reached a 4 year agreement for exclusive worldwide media rights on all platforms (radio, television and digital) as well as a services partnership.
Gymnastics - 20 Oct 2009 - Television
Langley, United Kingdom, 20th October 2009: SIS LIVE, Europe’s largest outside broadcast (OB) and uplink supplier, introduced a number of innovative new camera positions for BBC Sport’s coverage of the finals of the World Gymnastics Championships in London.
Gymnastics - 30 Jun 2004
Moutier, June 30, 2004: Olympic Solidarity (OS) has just published its annual report, an exhaustive document relating in figures the numerous successfully completed projects brought to fruition by the institution. OS closely collaborated with the National Olympic Committees (NOC) and the International Federations in the very particular context of a pre-Olympic year dominated by qualifying events for the Olympic Games.
Gymnastics - 14 Jan 2002
IEC in Sports has renewed the Great Four artistic gymnastics contract for another 3+3 years. The final negotiations took place in in Stuttgart this week and the the two German events in Stuttgart and Cottbus are together with Glasgow the platform in the concept.
Gymnastics - 10 Jan 2002
Dartfish is pleased to announce its partnership with USA Gymnastics to implement the latest in video training technology, the DartTrainer, into the development of elite athletes and provide fundamental applications to programs across the country.
Gymnastics - 19 Nov 2001
IEC in Sports has extended the agreement with the European Union of Gymnastics (UEG). The new agreement is valid up to 2004 and includes all television rights outside Europe
Gymnastics - 23 Feb 2001
The FIG Council will convene in the Olympic Capital of Lausanne (SUI) April 11 – 12. The 44 member Council was established at the Congress of Marrakech in November 2000 through the impetus given by FIG President and IOC member Bruno Grandi (ITA). The Council’s primary goal is to act as a flexible and efficient modern management tool. It will convene for the first time, taking decisions that will profoundly affect the Federation’s future.
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