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Gearhouse Broadcast ties up with Tennis Properties to boost Tennis Masters Cup

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MUMBAI: Equipment rental and project solutions company, Gearhouse Broadcast, recently won another contract for the ATP Masters Series and Tennis Masters Cup.

The event kicked of a few days back in China and is airing in India on Star Sports.

Gearhouse Broadcast is providing the technical facilities for the tournament, which concludes on, 20 November 2005. Gearhouse Broadcast and their client ,Tennis Properties Limited (TPL) are working with a local Chinese production and technical team to ensure the successful live broadcast of the event to television viewers around the world. CCTV will be providing an outside broadcast truck, which will be re-configured to suit TPLs production specification.

Gearhouse Broadcast is supplementing this OB van with additional equipment to enable the same level of coverage as provided at the other nine ATP Masters Series venues.TPL production head ,Steve Plasto, said, We appointed Gearhouse Broadcast to provide the supplementary equipment for the Tennis Masters Cup because we have confidence in their ability to create the same broadcast environment anywhere in the world.

In addition to the add on facilities for the OB van, Gearhouse Broadcast will be providing other production control rooms, dedicated to World Feed, US network, ESPN and Japanese broadcaster, Gaora.

Gearhouse Broadcast UK MD, Eamonn Dowdall, says, We were pleased to have been chosen to provide the equipment for this event, it is a testimony to our capabilities that we have demonstrated throughout the year on the other ATP Masters Series events.

Gearhouse Broadcast specialises in equipment rental, sales and applying technology to meet global broadcast solutions. The company has its headquarters in London and offices also in Los Angeles and in Sydney.The company was present at the Sydney Olympic Games, the 2002 Football World Cup in South Korea and Japan, the World Athletics Championship in Paris, the Rugby World Cup in Australia, Euro 2004 and last year's Athens Olympics.

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