Women’s World Cup fever is gripping the nation. And Input Media stands proudly at the very heart of it. Our coverage of the tournament is being watched by record-breaking numbers of viewers, attracting new audiences and winning new converts to the women’s game.
On Sunday afternoon, around seven million viewers watched England’s 3-0 win over a bad-tempered Cameroon side that saw the Lionesses progress to the quarterfinals. Even more remarkably, nearly two million fans tuned in to BBC4 on Sunday evening to watch France beat Brazil 2-1.
As the BBC reacts to the growing interest in the tournament, Input Media has helped by providing additional facilities so that more knock-out games can be shown on the BBC’s main network channels, such as Norway v Australia on BBC2 on Saturday evening and Italy v China on Tuesday afternoon, another now scheduled for BBC2.
Interest and excitement is growing up and down the country as England progress towards the game’s biggest prize. As Gabby Logan’s builder will testify! https://bit.ly/2YdwRUY