Tuesday, 10 June 2014

All 64 World Cup Matches To Be Broadcast In The Air

Nine airlines are going to broadcast all 64 World Cup matches in the air all over the world this summer for the first time in history.
The passengers of such airlines as Lufthansa, Emirates, Etihad, Turkish Airlines and more don't have to worry about missing their country’s games while flying.
The majority of games will be shown live, including the tournament’s opening fixture between hosts Brazil and Croatia on June 12.
Match coverage will be produced by FIFA’s TV broadcast production team before it’s tailored for in-flight viewing by IMG Media.
Richard Wise, senior vice president of IMG Media, said: "We are committed to showing the biggest events live on Sport 24 and we are obviously therefore delighted that we will be carrying FIFA TV’s broadcast production of the 2014 FIFA World Cup on the channel.
"Football fans who will need to travel by air during the tournament can now choose to do so safe in the knowledge that they need not miss any of the action in Brazil this summer."
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