How our spectrum team scored a hit at Eurovision
Earlier this month Ofcom’s spectrum team were at the Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool, playing a vital role in making sure the event went smoothly.
Our experts were on site to make sure wireless devices used by broadcasters and crew operated without interference, so the event could go off without a hitch - and enabling a massive worldwide audience of 162 million viewers could enjoy the grand final on TV.
There’s a lot of work involved before and during and event of this scale. Take a look at our video to find out more:
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