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Update :  ICC issues tenders for production services and outside broadcast equipment
Wednesday 28-October-2015, 12:59,
ICC issues tenders for production services and outside broadcast equipment
MUMBAI: The International Cricket
Council (ICC) has issued tenders for
production services and outside
broadcast equipment for ICC events
2016–19.
The tender documents for the
provision of production services and
outside broadcast equipment for ICC
events 2016–19 are available on
application from interested parties.
Interested production houses are
expected to have appropriate
experience, infrastructure, staffing,
resources, capability and financial
standing to produce outstanding live
cricket coverage.
The ICC is seeking proposals from
production houses in respect of full
live and highlights programming from
each of the following ICC events:
ICC World Twenty20 2016 India, ICC
Champions Trophy 2017 England &
Wales, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019
England & Wales, ICC Cricket World
Cup Qualifier 2018 Bangladesh, ICC
U19 Cricket World Cup 2016
Bangladesh, ICC Women’s World Cup
2017 England & Wales, ICC U19
Cricket World Cup 2018 New Zealand,
and ICC Women’s World Twenty20
2018 West Indies.
The ICC is seeking proposals from
providers of outside broadcast
equipment and associated services in
respect of the following packages of
ICC events:
Package 1: covering the ICC U19
Cricket World Cup 2016 (Bangladesh),
ICC World Twenty20 2016 (India) and
ICC Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018
(Bangladesh);
Package 2: covering the ICC
Champions Trophy 2017 (England), ICC
Women’s World Cup 2017 (England),
ICC Women’s World Twenty20 2018
(West Indies) and ICC Cricket World
Cup 2019 (England);
Package 3: covering the ICC U19
Cricket World Cup 2018 (New
Zealand); and/or
Package 4: covering the ICC U19
Cricket World Cup 2016 (Bangladesh),
ICC World Twenty20 2016 (India), ICC
Champions Trophy 2017 (England), ICC
Women’s World Cup 2017 (England),
ICC U19 Cricket World Cup 2018 (New
Zealand), ICC Cricket World Cup
Qualifier 2018 (Bangladesh), ICC
Cricket World Cup Qualifier 2018
(Bangladesh), ICC Women’s World
Twenty20 2018 (West Indies) and the
ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 (England)
Interested parties are required (a) to
have appropriate experience,
infrastructure, staffing, resources,
capability and financial standing to
supply state-of-the-art outside
broadcast equipment for use in the
production of first-class live
audiovisual coverage of the ICC
events; and (b) to own directly a
substantial majority of the outside
broadcast equipment that it would
consider deploying for each ICC event.
The ICC said that the applications
from consortia or joint applications
will not be entertained.
All interested companies should submit
full corporate legal name and
registered address and other relevant
contact information as soon as
possible by no later than 0900 (Dubai
time) on 4 November.
On receipt of the above by the ICC,
interested parties will receive a
confidentiality agreement for
countersignature and return, along
with further instructions, before
being issued with any of the tender
documents.
The ICC will begin issuing the tender
documents on 28 October.
http://www.televisionpost.com/news/icc-i...equipment/
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