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More than 5,000 million people will watch the World Cup on TV

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The company Publicis Media Sports and Entertainment (PMSE) quantified the viewers of the last edition at 3,564 million in a study commissioned by the highest governing body of soccer.

In Argentina, 77% of its inhabitants eagerly await the World Cup in Qatar, according to data released by the Havas agency, which will be broadcast through the screens of Public TV, TyC Sports and DSports, the exclusive signal of DirecTV.

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The public channel will broadcast live, free of charge throughout the country, half of the World Cup games (32), complemented by TyC Sports, which will offer the other 50%. DSports, on the other hand, will schedule all matches live but only to subscribers to its service. In its grid, Public TV has the transmission of the opening match next Sunday between the selected host and Ecuador; as well as the two semifinals, the game for third place and the great definition on December 18 at Lusail Stadium.

The journalistic team for the matches of the Argentine national team will be made up of Pablo Giralt, Matías Martin, Ángela Lerena, Sergio Goycochea, Miguel “Tití” Fernández and Sofía Martínez. Gustavo Kuffner, Miguel Osovi, Pablo Ladaga and Lola del Carril will join in the remaining matches, the previous ones and in the special shipments from the studios in Doha.

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The TyC Sports channel opted for live programming 24 hours a day to cover its seventh consecutive World Cup.

As usual, the reports of the “Albiceleste” matches will be in charge of Rodolfo Depaoli and the comments will be by Ariel Senosiain, who lead a team of more than 50 special envoys to cover the World Cup.

DSports will be the only channel through which the 64 World Cup matches can be seen live, both on the DirecTV satellite service and on the DGO streaming platform.

The technical production of the transmissions of TV Pública, TyC Sports and DirecTV will be the responsibility of the Torneos company, which, on its 40th anniversary, promised “an unprecedented deployment” to appreciate the goals of the Scaleneta and the plays of Leo Messi .

“We have been working on the preparations for this World Cup for more than a year. We know that it is an event that generates a lot of expectation and the fundamental role that we have so that Argentines vibrate each match at the height of the passion that this competition arouses, and especially, our national team”, said Maximiliano Cabrera, General Director of Operations.

The sports broadcasting company traveled to Doha with a delegation of 150 people to carry out operations, technical, production and graphic tasks.

In accordance with the standards imposed by FIFA, each match will be broadcast with 42 cameras, including 13 Ultra HD, 8 Super Slow Motion, a drone, a helicopter and three specific cameras to record activities in the vicinity of the stadiums. Additionally, 20 Live U cameras will be available.

The transmissions will include the interactive MVP system for the analysis of tactical plays, a real-time statistics system for the follow-up of each player and other resources such as augmented reality and remote operations (REMI).

Torneos dispatched 10,000 kilos of technical equipment including cameras, lenses, matrices and switchers.

Source: Ambito

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