The International Broadcast Centre (IBC) in Warsaw was officially inaugurated by UEFA President Michel Platini in a ceremony that was attended by several key figures of Poland’s preparations for UEFA EURO 2012.
The IBC will serve as the international nerve centre of host broadcast operations, with over 14,000 square meters of production and office space made available to more than 40 broadcast partners from around the world, www.uefa.com reports.
The IBC is situated at the Expo XXI in Warsaw and is the hub of all incoming and outgoing video and audio signals via ﬁbre or satellite from venues and all other sites.
The IBC hosts studios for the broadcasters, commentary facilities, production facilities, but also all the digital services provided by UEFA, as well as uefa.com. The UEFA Euro 2012 will be delivered from Poland and Ukraine to more than 200 broadcasters in the world.
(Source : Asia-Pacific Broadcasting Union)