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ICC reveals broadcast production plans for the Champions Trophy

The ICC has revealed its broadcast production plans for the Champions Trophy 2017.

The eight-team tournament will see a state-of-the-art coverage which will include 34 cameras at every game.

Six Player Tracking cameras will be used in each match while the final at The Oval on 18 June will have additional pictures provided by a drone camera to supplement the broadcast coverage.

Ponting, McCullum, Smith and Sangakkara say they are raring to go as commentators for the premium tournament.

Ganguly, Warne, Slater, Hussain, Atherton, Pollock, Manjrekar, Bishop, Ramiz, Doull and Athar among other former stars named in star-studded line-up.

Among other enhancements for the live coverage will be an Analysis Zone that will add depth to the coverage, bringing out details and nuances for the benefit of the audience. 

Aarti Dabas, Head of Media Rights, Broadcast and Digital said,

 

The ICC is committed to providing a world class broadcast that is credible, informative, engaging and attracts a global audience. Our team of 15 Champion Commentators will help tell the story and build heroes, connecting with the fans using relevant insights and broadcast innovations.

 

ICC TV has also made arrangements to produce engaging and informative additional content, to be distributed to its broadcast partners and other media rights partners via the ICC TV Content Delivery Service.

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