Sergei Rumas, Prime Minister of Belarus, familiarized himself with the organization of a facility important for the sports forum in the Football Stadium. Thanks to TV broadcast II European games will be seen by fans in 130 countries, including 47 European ones, which will serve as an excellent advertisement for Belarus in the world
The center is a complex with all the necessary equipment that ensures round-the-clock broadcasting. Its structure includes several zones: zones for domestic and national broadcaster, copyright holders, the main television logistics warehouse (storage space for filming equipment), the technical zone, etc. The actions of television crews and technical equipment will be coordinated from here during the Games. Also among the main tasks are the formation of an archive of competitions, the processing of materials, the preparation of a video sequence of the most interesting moments, the sound of a commentator. Additionally, the Center will be able to provide video for news services, a software package for broadcasting to sports complexes.
According to representatives of the Directorate, the center is already ready for operation and will begin to function in full from 17 of June. It will be open from 6.00 to 2.00 the next day. To convert the playpen to non-core functions, a significant amount of work was carried out. The total area of the prepared technological and office premises is about 3.8 thousand square meters. Systems with perforated textile air vents are used for cooling large closed hangars. Additional fire extinguishing systems and alerts are installed. The power supply system has been significantly upgraded in accordance with the requirements of the 1st special category of reliability due to the temporary infrastructure.
Dmitry Shilo as the manager of the International Broadcasting Center for Management of Unsportsmanlike Objects of the Directorate, explained that the main purpose of the center is to collect information from all objects, process video signal, competition results, send them on four international television channels to copyright holders.