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Corporate Communication Made Easy

On behalf of a multi-national corporate client based in the UK we have recently completed a multi-site conference across five locations with two way video links between the main hub site in London and remote sites in Liverpool, Manchester, Birmingham and Newcastle.
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Sporting success for Links Broadcast

It has been another busy sports season for Links Broadcast with our SNG units being deployed on contracts for UEFA Champions League and Europa League tournaments, RBS 6 Nations Rugby, Aviva Premiership Rugby, LV Rugby Cup, World Bowls and World Track Cycling to name just a few.
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More investment in the Links Broadcast fleet

At Links Broadcast we have continued to invest in our SNG fleet with the recent purchase of a further Mercedes Sprinter vehicle, upgrading all of our fleet to Mercedes vehicles.
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Christmas lunch is on us!

The success of Christmas lunch for many people across the UK was dependent on Links Broadcast as we provided the satellite links for Channel 4’s Gordon’s Cook-along 2012.
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TV first at Drugs Live

Links Broadcast provided the live satellite facilities over two consecutive nights from London’s Under The Bridge Club for Channel 4.
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Links Broadcast invited to the Royal Wedding! Links Broadcast invited to the Royal Wedding!

As millions of people around the world were gripped by the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton in April 2011, Links Broadcast were proud to be a part of the great occasion by helping to deliver the feeds on behalf of a number of international broadcasters to their expectant viewers at home!
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Links Broadcast in the Champions League!

The knockout phase of the UEFA Champions League has seen a flurry of activity for Links Broadcast as English teams have entertained their European counterparts at home.
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Links Broadcast help make basketball history Links Broadcast help make basketball history

Links Broadcast helped in creating a little slice of sporting history when the National Basketball Association (NBA) held its first-ever regular-season games within Europe. The back-to-back games between The New Jersey Nets and Toronto Raptors were played out at London’s O2 Arena on 4th and 5th March 2011 and Links Broadcast trucks were there to beam the signals back to the waiting fans at home.
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