INVITE THE WORLD IN
With millions of potential viewers, each with a screen in their pocket, and the vast array of broadcasting options and price plans available, there's no excuse not to broadcast your event. From simple one camera set ups to full scale televised productions, we can help. Take a look at some of our examples below and get in touch for a quote: email@example.com.
World Shooting Para Sport World Cup, Cheongju 2018
AMS headed to South Korea again in 2018, providing the full broadcast for the IPC's Para Shooting World Cup. Check out the TV montage at the end of a brilliant competition above.
British Swimming Championships, Sheffield 2017
We were responsible for the provision of the live stream for the 2017 British Swimming Championships, as seen on the BBC's Red Button and BBC Sport website. The meet, which was effectively the trials for the World Championships in Budapest, was treated to a fully professional sports broadcast, anchored by wonderful host John Mason and brought to life by the commentary of Alan March.
IBSA Blind European Football Championships, Berlin 2017
Our work at these championships really covered all bases of what we can do: from the in venue sound system, to the audio description, but not forgetting the all important live stream. Viewed by millions of people via Facebook live, it became the most viewed championships ever. With our small army of crew and staff working beautifully behind the scenes, it was up to our on camera talent to pull it together for the viewer, which they did with style.
Para-Ice Hockey World Championships, Gangneung 2017
These championships, hosted in Korea in Summer 2017, remain a firm favourite with the team. It was a huge operation in the far East, as 2 weeks of world class hockey was broadcast live from the Gangneung Hockey Centre and streamed around the world under the IPC banner. For more about our work with the IPC, take a look here.
"Your company’s footage and the live streaming added a new dimension never used before by this organisation, your coverage took our event to another level entirely"
Craig Lee, Nottinghamshire FA, Football Services Manager, after live-streaming the
2018 Nottinghamshire Senior Cup Final