2014 Broadcaster List
|Fox Sports||Australia||Live Broadcasts|
|Band Sports||Brazil||Live Broadcasts|
|Rogers Sportsnet||Canada||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
|TVN||Chile||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
|Sport+||France||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
|SPORT1||Germany||TV Magazine Show|
|Sansar HD||India||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
|Direc TV LAM||Latin America||TV Magazine Show|
|TDM||Macao||TV Magazine Show|
|Astro SuperSport||Malaysia, Brunei||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
|TDN Sports||Mexico, Latin America||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
|Univision||Mexico, Latin America|
|Orbit Showtime Network||Middle East||Live Broadcasts|
|Sky TV||New Zealand||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
|Setanta||Pan Africa||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
|Solar Enterntainment||Philippines||Live Broadcasts|
|Sport TV||Portugal||Live Broadcasts|
|Starhub||Singapore||TV Magazine Show|
|SuperSport||South Africa||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
|True Vision||Thailand||TV Magazine Show|
|BBC||United Kingdom||Live Broadcasts|
|British Eurosport||United Kingdom||TV Magazine Show|
|BT Sport||United Kingdom||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
|Universal Sports||United States||Live Broadcasts & TV Magazine Show|
Global News Access deals with Eurovision, Omnisport, Deutsche Welle.
The Magazine show series comprises of 14 x 52 minute shows.
Each Live Broadcast feed is approximately 140 minutes in duration.
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ITU, in collaboration with Lagardere Unlimited, will feature live coverage at all eight ITU World Triathlon Series races. Working alongside the largest public and sports broadcasters in the world, the World Triathlon Series is the first triathlon series to have international live coverage at all events. With up to 20 camera positions at each event, including boat, motorcycle and helicopter cameras, triathlon fans can catch all the action from any corner of the world. The latest up-to-date outside broadcast technology will be used to bring the fan closer to the race than ever before. GPS graphics and live timing data will be incorporated into the live broadcast to provide second-by-second updates in real time. In 2014, ITU will produce a total of 17 live broadcasts with each broadcast lasting approximately two hours.
2013 Broadcast Facts And Figures*
5.2 Billion broadcast contacts
Broadcast in 160 countries
1,594 hours of broadcast
650m TV contacts per event on average
* These figures are for 33 measured markets only, and overall figures are expected to be significantly higher.