For the July 27-August 12, 2012 London Olympic Games, the Madrid-based Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) took full charge of broadcasting affairs through OBS London (OBSL).
What does OBS stand for?
OBS stands for Olympic Broadcasting Services (International Olympic Committee)
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The 3D broadcasts will be produced by Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) and will include some of the most-anticipated events of the Games, including: * Opening and Closing Ceremonies * Men's and Women's gymnastics * Extensive coverage from the Aquatic Center, including both diving and swimming * Bicycle racing (cycling) from the Velodrome * Full coverage of track & field from the Olympic Stadium NBC Olympics will provide 12 hours of U.
The University of Wales, Trinity Saint David was honoured at this year's Podium Awards which celebrate the role colleges and universities have played in delivering the London 2012 Games, and the University of Glamorgan has become the official Broadcast Training Centre for the Olympic Broadcasting Services organisation.
Olympic Broadcasting Services will screen 10 hours of 3D footage worldwide each day - 200 hours in total.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS), the host broadcaster created by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 2001, has marked the beginning of a new era by having the first Olympics where the host broadcast is solely an OBS operation.