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July 10, 2003

You are there: Broadcasting the Tour

NYTimes.com | By Land and Air, a Live View of Cycling's Big Race

"When you count the days off, for 27 days we're picking up a complete broadcast facility and moving it every day," said Roger Williams, the chief executive of OLN. "It definitely creates wear and tear on the equipment we need and it's also fairly exhausting for the crew."

Posted by Frank Steele on July 10, 2003 in About the Tour | Permalink

Comments

Please send us the name and email address of
that company which have broadcasted live by
motorcycle and helicopter the Tour de France
and other cycling copetitions. I'm journalist
and want to write on this type of broadcasting
on a broadcast magazine.

Thanks in advance and regards
Lajos Nagy
editor-in-chief
Mediarechnika magazine, Hungary

Posted by: Lalos Nagy at Oct 15, 2003 4:36:12 AM

Please send us the name and email address of
that company which have broadcasted live by
motorcycle and helicopter the Tour de France
and other cycling copetitions. I'm journalist
and want to write on this type of broadcasting
on a broadcast magazine.

Thanks in advance and regards
Lajos Nagy
editor-in-chief
Mediarechnika magazine, Hungary

Posted by: Lalos Nagy at Oct 15, 2003 4:36:23 AM