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“London is a major hub for sports, and we’re excited to host a world-class master control room for live sports and provide signal delivery across Asia, Europe, and the Americas,” said Steve Collar, CEO of SES. “SES delivers over 620 hours of premium sports and live events daily, so we’re heavily immersed in the sports broadcasting world. Creating the Stockley Park facility in London, we can even better serve the needs of our customers, helping them reach more viewers during this critical time as live sports are relaunched coming out of the COVID-19 shutdown.”
If you would like to learn more about how SES can enable better delivery of sports and events content, please join us for a webinar — How IP distribution complements satellite delivery for sports and eventson Thursday, 24 September 2020 from 15:00-16:00 CEST by registering here.
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