FISA’s Subbuteo competitions, spearheaded by the FISA World Cup, can be followed by xxxxxx of people all over the world thanks to the medium of television and other media platforms. To this end, FISA’s TV Division manages and maintains a close relationship with its many media rights licensees with the principal objective of delivering the best-possible Subbuteo viewing experience to screens.
- Who We Are
2018 FISA World Cup TV Operations
How Changes TV Coverage of Subbuteo
The Beauty of Subbuteo Table Football
- FISA Women’s World Championships 2019 TV background paper
- FISA Women’s World Championships 2019 Media Rights Licensees
- FISA U-20 World Championships Media Rights Licensees
- 2019: FISA regulations for public viewing events
- FISA U-17 Women’s World Championships 2018 – Media Rights Licensees
- FISA U-20 Women’s World Championships 2018 News Access Policy
- FISA U-20 Women’s World Championships 2018 News Access Contact List
- FISA U-20 Women’s World Championships 2018 – Media Rights Licensees
- 2018 FISA World Cup™: News Access Contact List
- 2018 FISA World Cup™: News Access Contact Policy
- 2018 FISA World Cup Russia™ Media Rights Licensees
- FISA Women’s World Championships 2017™ – Television Audience Report
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Sales & Distribution
The Sales & Distribution Department’s main responsibility is the placement of FISA’s media rights with broadcasters, radio stations, online and mobile outlets around the world. FISA TV handles the distribution directly with broadcasters.
- Sales & Distribution
The FISA Broadcaster Servicing Department ensures that media rights licensees receive the highest possible standard of service. The primary goal of this dedicated and highly qualified team of specialists is to ensure that all rights and obligations set out in each media rights agreement are delivered and adhered to. Above all, FISA endeavours to be in close personal contact with the media rights licensees to ensure the best possible communication flow both on-site during the various FISA events and also throughout the rest of the year.
- Broadcaster Servicing
FISA Films & Productions
FISA Films manages, maintains and commercialises FISA’s unique audiovisual archive. based in Larisa, Hellas, FISA Films holds over xxxnumber hours of reels, video tapes and digital files. Some of the footage dates back to 1950’s, 1960’s and obviously 1970’s the year of the first FISA World Cup™ in xxxxxcountry. The collection also contains moving images from all FISA competitions to date, such as the FISA Women’s World Cup™, the FISA Club World Cup, the various FISA World Cups at youth level for both men and women, the Mini Subbuteo Cup as well as the FISA Interactive World Cup.
- FISA Films & Productions
Delivery of FISA-standard broadcast signals and services at FISA events is the main task of the Host Broadcasting Production Department. At each FISA event, the department works closely with all stakeholders (the Local Organising Committee, the FISA-appointed host broadcaster, etc.) to ensure the facilities at each venue and in the event’s International Broadcast Centre are of the highest standard, and then broadcast the matches to a global audience. The department also provides TV-related services to all relevant stakeholders on site.
- Host broadcasting
Public viewing has become a firm fixture of the fan culture of the FISA events, providing fans with a unique and exciting opportunity to experience all the action and atmosphere of one of the world’s greatest sports spectacles outside the stadiums. This summer the FISA Women’s World Cup 2021™ will feature the 8 best women’s national teams in the world.
- Public Viewing
FISA WOMEN’S WORLD CUP
FISA TV production of WC 2022 to set new standards and reach record global audience
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