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Press release - 18 Nov 2015
EBU and Mobile Viewpoint join forces for live newsgathering and content delivery services 
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) and Mobile Viewpoint have signed an agreement to deliver news and other content quickly and cost effectively to EBU Members and clients using IP technology.
Press release - 09 Oct 2015
EBU and deltatre announce business partnership 
The EBU has signed a deal with digital and broadcast sports specialist deltatre to act as partners for the delivery of next level Digital and TV sport content for the use of sports federations and rights-holders broadcasters.
News - 05 Aug 2015
Eurovision offers comprehensive platform of services for opening of new Suez Canal 
Eurovision will exclusively transmit live pictures of the opening of the new 74 kilometer section of the Suez Canal waterway to broadcasters around the world on Thursday 6 August.
Press release - 26 Mar 2015
EBU broadcast partner for new European Sports Championships in 2018 
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) has reached agreement with the governing bodies of Europe’s leading sports federations to bring to television audiences a newly created multi-sport championship in 2018 – the European Sports Championships.
Press release - 24 Mar 2015
EBU and European Athletics sign long-term broadcasting agreement 
The European Broadcasting Union (EBU) is pleased to announce that it has renewed its worldwide media rights contract with the European Athletics Association (EAA). The long-running partnership, which has been in place since 1981, has been extended for the period 2016-2019.
Press release - 02 Feb 2015
Eurovision provides ‘A to Z production and delivery’ for 2015 FIS Alpine World Ski Championships in Vail 
Eurovision, the media and marketing rights holder of the FIS Alpine Championships in Vail/Beaver Creek, Colorado will produce and deliver more than 900 hours of HD international broadcast coverage to an estimated one billion viewers worldwide during the next two weeks (2 to 15 February).