FA Extends Input Media Broadcast Partnership
Tue 29th Oct 2013 | Television & Broadcasting
Input Media will continue to provide production and technical services to the Football Association (FA) after signing and five year extension to its current deal.
The new deal sees Input Media retain its position as the broadcast production partner of the FA.
The new deal will see the London based production company continue live programming around England internationals at Wembley, live match coverage, highlights shows and a magazine programme around each and every round of the FA Cup.
The company will continue to produce the live feed for international FA Cup broadcasters as part of its ‘super-feed’ offering, which also includes a variety of digital content.
Mark Shannon, the FA’s head of broadcast, said, “Our new agreement will ensure that our international broadcast of both the FA Cup and England games continues to be of the highest standard.
“We look forward to working with Input on further ways to enhance our product in the 152 territories where it is currently exploited.”
Input Media have been providing broadcast services to the FA since 2008 and the new deal will run until 2017/18.
Posted by: Aaron Gourley
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