Take a Tour of the GE-Powered International Broadcast Center for the 2016 Rio Games

Publication Date:
24 June 2016
Energy, Olympics, Press and Media

We'll peek inside the enormous International Broadcast Center at the heart of the Rio 2016 Olympic Park to see how GE is powering the uninterrupted broadcast of the world's most watched sporting event. We'll also see how GE is harnessing the renewable power of nature at sites like the massive Itaipu Binacional Power Plant and reliably delivering that power across Brazil to meet increased demand for the games. A panel of experts including Sotiris Salamouris, Chief Technology Officer for the Olympic Broadcasting Services and Alfredo Mello, Commercial Leader for the GE Olympics, will guide viewers through the IBC, followed by a live Q&A session.


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