The European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology Hepatology and Nutrition is a multi-professional organisation focussed on the health of children, and their 2019 ESPGHAN meeting on 6th June 2019 was one of the largest events in its sector. It focusses on new and upcoming scientific research in this field and a major part of this year’s conference was a live surgery workshop transmitted by SNG Uplink Vehicle from two theatres within the world-renowned International Academy for Paediatric Endoscopy Training at Sheffield Children’s Hospital.
Links Broadcast SNG Satellite Uplink Trucks returned to the Principality Stadium, one of the most impressive icons of modern Wales, but this time, for a change, it was not for a rugby match.
2019 marks the 30th Anniversary of a very famous and very popular ‘boy’ band and, to celebrate this significant milestone, the band have embarked on a massive UK arena and stadium tour performing many of their much-loved hits. Did they play a million love songs? Did they relight the fire? They certainly let it shine down on Cardiff!!
Links Broadcast are very proud to be back again at Alexandra Palace providing a satellite uplink for a World Premiere from one half of a famous brother band in an EXCLUSIVE LIVE PERFORMANCE beamed via satellite into cinemas across the UK & Ireland.
This is billed as the musical comeback of the decade and we will be there to provide SNG Services via our outside broadcast truck.
Continuing our long involvement with the live to cinema distribution of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s live events, our satellite uplink SNG truck, R19 SNG, could recently be spotted at the birthplace of Shakespeare, in picturesque Stratford Upon Avon.
The live broadcast of the fabulous Taming of the Shrew, directed by Justin Audibert, was transmitted directly to cinemas across the UK on the 5th June 2019 giving the public the opportunity to watch this first-class performance closer to home.
On 5th & 6th June 2019 the world’s leaders, royalty and other dignitaries, gathered in Portsmouth and Normandy France to recognise the 75th anniversary of the D-day landings.
Ceremonies were held in both Portsmouth and in Normandy to remember the incredible sacrifices on that day, and to give thanks to those still alive to tell the tale. In recognition of the momentous events of that day 75 years ago, three hundred veterans travelled from Portsmouth across the English Channel, and other veterans even parachuted in to Normandy, and this all formed part of a huge international moment of remembrance and reflection.