Asian Games to be Produced by Olympic Council of Asia After In-House Broadcast Service Established

August 19, 2013

The Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) has announced plans to establish an in-house broadcasting service to produce the Asian Games competitions and all other OCA events.

The OCA Broadcasting Services company will be in the same mould as the Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) and aims to produce the ‘highest standards of production technology’ for Asian sports events.

MP & Silva has been appointed by the OCA to manage the service and will also supervise and execute all media production on behalf of the OCA.

Andrea Radrizzani, cialis Group CEO, order MP & Silva, symptoms said: “MP & Silva has developed very strong links with Asian and Middle Eastern broadcasters and sports governing bodies over the years, and having the chance to be partner with the OCA in the establishment of the OCA Broadcasting Services is incredibly exciting to us.

“This is a historic moment for the Olympic Asian sports movement because the top quality of production that we will bring to the final TV product will make the Asian Games and other OCA events much more appealing to different audiences worldwide.”

With a television audience of ‘billions of people,’ the 2010 Asian Games had over 2,500 hours of broadcasting transmission.