Strong broadcast intentions for European Athletics Indoor Championships

Strong broadcast intentions for European Athletics Indoor Championships
European Athletics

At least 28 International Broadcasters from across the continent will be televising the Prague 2015 European Athletics Indoor Championships this weekend.

According to the latest broadcast intentions received by European Athletics, broadcasters plan to show more than 283 hours of live or delayed coverage of the championships’ 33rd edition.

The number of intended broadcast hours is already more than the actual broadcast duration (which includes live, delayed, repeat coverage) of the Madrid 2005, Birmingham 2007 and Torino 2009 championships, and are closing in on the actual broadcast duration of Paris 2011 (297 hours) and Göteborg 2013 (300 hours).

The total number of hours of intended coverage is expected to increase once the broadcast intentions of some remaining rights-holders are received.

Pan-European channel Eurosport plans to show the majority of the championships live across its 59 territories.

European Athletics will also stream live on the www.european-athletics.org homepage the 6-8 March Championships (including some qualifications on 5 March) with English-language commentary.

Athletics fans around the world will be able to watch the championships live in their entirety. The live streaming platform is provided in partnership with European Athletics' principal sponsor SPAR.

Fans will also be able to instantly rewind the action and watch video on demand of an event just a few minutes after it has finished if they go to the http://www.eurovisionsports.tv/ea/index.html platform.

During Prague 2015, fans can keep track of the live results at www.european-athletics.org.

Minute-by-minute reports, tweets, photos, and athlete interview videos will also be posted on a homepage live blog as the action unfolds.

Fans will also be able to follow all the latest news at the @Euro_Indoors and @EuroAthletics Twitter feeds.