Premiership Football

22 Live Games in December

Sunset+Vine in partnership with BT Sport will be delivering the biggest month yet of EPL coverage for Prime Video with 24 live programmes between Sunday 13 December and Wednesday 30 December. The team will be producing the matches from a mix of traditional facilities at the stadiums or from remote operation centres, with the added complication of delivering programming during a global pandemic.

The programme presentations will come from either pitch-side or dedicated presentation platforms. There will be a dedicated goals show, “Every Game Every Goal,” on the nights where multiple games kick off simultaneously – Wednesday 16 and Tuesday 29 December – live from a studio in Stratford.

Progammes will be hosted by the likes of Gabby Logan, Simon Thomas, Steve Bower, and Jim Rosenthal. Expert analysis will come from a plethora of ex-players and manager such as Peter Crouch, Roberto Martinez, Alan Shearer, Eni Aluko, Harry Redknapp, and Paul Scholes; with commentary from Clive Tyldesley, Jon Champion, and Peter Drury amongst many others.

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150

Global Broadcasters

120

Digital Channels

3000

News Desks

200

Territories

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We deliver programming on a weekly basis to these broadcasters, run daily news campaigns across television and digital and carry out social outreach to major sporting communities across a wide range of sports from football to motorsport to sailing.

OUR GLOBAL TEAM

Based in London our 15 distribution executives are supported by a global network of agents and distribution managers in key territories with language at the heart of their skills.

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Awards

Over 50 Broadcast Awards

Sunset+Vine has won over 50 awards for its work in television production.

6 Baftas

Sunset+Vine’s ground-breaking production of Channel 4 Cricket saw the company winning 4 BAFTAs including the Academy’s Special Award in 2005. Coverage of the 2012 Paralympic Games for Channel 4 was a BAFTA winner for Best Sports Programme and Channel 5’s children’s extreme sports series, RAD won a BAFTA for Best Children’s Entertainment Programme.

11 RTS Awards

Royal Television Society Awards have been won for Sunset+Vine’s coverage of 2017 World Athletics Championships; 2016 Rio Paralympic Games; 2012 London Paralympic Games (Special Judges Award); and for the Channel 4 Cricket output.