Thum + Mahr Supports the BBC with DHD Audio Router for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

BBC Outside Broadcast is using the DHD 52XR MADI router now as the audio backbone for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games
BBC building in Glasgow (PresseBox) (Monheim am Rhein, ) Thum + Mahr once again are proud to help BBC Sport bring audiences all the action live from the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games from 23th of July to August 3rd. Glasgow 2014 will be BBC Sport's biggest ever digital Commonwealth Games.

After short time dismantling BBC's Outside Broadcast DHD audio router from the last hot spot  "Wimbledon Tournament",  BBC Outside Broadcast is using the DHD 52XR MADI router now as the audio backbone for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Andrew Lenton, Sound Supervisor, BBC Radio Outside Broadcasts says

"Thanks to the help of Thum+Mahr's support team the BBC was able to adapt their DHD router "on the fly" to meet the sophisticated requirements of the various Glasgow venues and fluid production demands."

BBC Radio 5 live will deliver over 200 hours of Games action and breaking news to listeners during Glasgow 2014.

Thum + Mahr has positioned itself as one of the leading system integrators in European and international broadcast market. The company's focus is on project development for workflow-optimized solutions, multimedia broadcast visions and classic studio system construction. Located in Germany, Thum + Mahr are well placed on the European market. The company employs over 50 people and is clearly growth-oriented.

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