|the first Broadcast and Media
training company to use the
world exclusive professional
training simulator :
the Live TV simulator
2002, 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups™ -
Doha Asian Games 2006 -
7th Indian Ocean Island Games (Madagascar – 2007) -
U-17 African Cup of Nations (Togo – 2007) -
African Championships in Athletics (Mauritius – 2006) -
5th Francophone Games (Niger – 2005) -
22nd Southeast Asian Games (Vietnam – 2005) -
African Youth Nations Cup (Benin – 2005) -
Numerous football qualifiers for the African Cup -
of Nations and the qualifiers
for the 2006 and 2010 FIFA World Cups™
Athletics meets and championships -
Welcome to the Broadcast Academy !
In 2007 HBS, Host Broadcaster of the 2002, 2006, 2010 & 2014 FIFA World Cups™, launched a company fully devoted to training TV professionals: the Broadcast Academy.
The Broadcast Academy is the only Broadcast and Media training company to use the world’s first-ever live professional sports broadcast simulator known as the “Live TV Simulator”. The Broadcast Academy travels to its clients’ home countries and delivers them tailor-made courses adapted to their equipment and environment.
The training sessions are delivered in one of the following languages: English, French, Portuguese and Spanish.
Until today there was no specific practical training for TV directors and their teams. In the past, it was a case of trial and error, as they could only learn from mistakes made during their live coverage.
But thanks to the Live TV Simulator, it is now possible to control and analyse all recorded images with each of the participants who can redo at will their broadcasts without any of live television’s constraints.
The Broadcast Academy proposes a series of modules aimed at television professionals (from TV directors to technicians), managers and high-rank sports officials, included as part of a catalogue comprising more than 20 training modules, divided into three sections: Live TV Broadcasting, TV Rights, Marketing & Sports Events as well as Post-Production, Media & New Technologies.
Several thousand people have already been trained in over 20 different countries by the Broadcast Academy.