You probably won’t see us on TV at major sporting events, or read about us in your newspapers or online but there’s every chance that we were there, just out of shot, making the interview with that world famous athlete happen.
We have worked in media and broadcast operations to help deliver Olympic Games, Paralympic Games, Grand Slam tennis tournaments, major squash competitions and a host of other events around the globe. Whether it has been while working with Olympic athletes like Usain Bolt, Chris Hoy or Michael Phelps, Ellie Simmonds and Johnny Peacock in London 2012’s multiple mixed zones, or setting up post-match player interviews at tennis tournaments like Wimbledon or The Boodles we’re used to working in the highly pressurised atmosphere of major sporting events.
Balancing the needs of the media onsite with those of high profile sports personalities is one our favourite challenges but we’re not shy about the other, equally important aspects of running media operations either. Our approach is strategic, well-organised and we always work with the ultimate goal of generating the kind of quality coverage – whether that is via broadcast, print or digital mediums – that our clients are looking for.
“I think everyone is unanimous in saying that this event’s (ATCO PSA World Series Finals 2013) coverage has been absolutely fantastic and your hard work has been a huge factor in this. The PSA, WSA and the player’s really appreciate how much exposure you have brought them and the event.”