Pierre Gremaud

Partnering for impact

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ES partners with the 2019 Sustainable Impact Hub to produce, distribute and provide tools to bring attention to this year's WEF.

Eurovision Services partners with the 2019 Sustainable Impact Hub to produce, distribute and provide tools to bring attention to this year's World Economic Forum, 22-25 January in Davos, Switzerland. 

Eurovision Services is proud to partner alongside a number of other private sector, UN and international organizations to produce, distribute and provide tools to enable partners to enhance and personalize their content from the 2019 Sustainable Impact Hub.

"We are committed to supporting humanitarian collaboration and bring our experience in helping event organizers and international organisations to maximize the reach of their content by using professional broadcast and media solutions. Creating relevant content and bringing it to the right audience at the right time and on the right channel is an increasing challenge for organizations who want to maximize their exposure on TV, online and other outlets such as social media,” says Marco Tinnirello, CEO at Eurovision Services.

Each year, Eurovision Services produces and delivers thousands of hours of live sport and news content around the world. In Davos, Eurovision's suite of digital services, including Eurovision Streaming and the Eurovision Near-Live Clipping Platform, allows users to immediately take advantage and use available content from the event to promote their key messaging and reach audiences on different platforms around the world.

"Our team at the Sustainable Impact Hub have completed the set-up of camera and the technical mechanisms to deliver the live feed to the remote production team in Geneva. It is then produced and delivered to our online platform from where partners can in turn enhance and personalize their content to make it resonate with their audiences. We look forward to a good event," Francesca Scott, Senior Project Manager News & Sports at Eurovision Services.

"Our platform is fully integrated in our Eurovision linear and non-linear content ecosystem, making it easy for partners to focus on what matters – the content of the discussions – and let us take care of the rest. For this event we will support more than 25 organisations, partners in the Sustainable Impact Hub project by providing the distribution of the live streams on their online and social media platforms as well as access to live and  recorded content through our online platform to personalise and share clips and stories for their audiences. " says Louis Matignon, Multiplatform Solutions Manager at Eurovision Services.