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How working from home has boosted TV coverage for motorsport fans

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Televising major motorsports events has always been a massive operation, requiring many cameras, tonnes of equipment and people to travel around the world. However breakthroughs in technology and fibre connectivity recently have meant that a broadcast revolution has been happening in Formula 1, MotoGP and World Rally Championship; the ability for the series to produce their live coverage from their home base, thousands of miles away from the event.

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Duration 06:02
Posted Oct 18, 2019
Series MotoGP
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