The Gravity Media team caught up with SVG to discuss the all new BP Supercars All Stars Eseries. The piece features online and looks at how Virgin Australia Supercars Championship has teamed up with Gravity Media to produce the BP Supercars All Stars Eseries Productions consisting of ten rounds.
Whilst there will be no Supercars Championship action in Australia until June, the full cast of Supercars stars are still racing. Gravity Media has used unique methods to integrate up to 30 drivers from all over the world, commentators in Melbourne and Supercars judiciary in Gold Coast, as well as the control room and studio elements at The Production Centre Sydney.
“We have been fortunate that Gravity Media has the tech and facilities to be able to connect our different talent and officials in this isolated, locked-down world,” says Nathan Prendergast, GM, television and content, Supercars Media. “Gravity Media allows us the bandwidth to connect all these people and then output it to the world both as a traditional TV feed and encoded RTMP stream. It’s a very powerful environment.”
With Round Five taking place tomorrow evening, drivers will take on the iconic Spa and Nürburgring circuits. You can watch the event live from 7pm – 9pm AEST on:
- Fox Sports 506
- 10 Play
- Sky Sports (New Zealand)
Each live event can also be viewed online via:
- Supercars Facebook Page
- Supercars’ Teams Facebook Pages
* Kayo and 10 Play will also have the full races available on demand via their streaming services after each event.
You can now view the full SVG article online here.