host broadcast

Sunset+Vine is a major force in Host Broadcasting, looking after the largest multi-sport or single discipline events, including one-off championships and season long commitments.

Major Events

Sunset+Vine was Host Broadcaster for the ICC Cricket World Cup in 2019, which took place in England and Wales between May and July.

Since 2016 Sunset+Vine has been the Host Broadcaster for all ICC cricket events around the world including the ICC World Twenty20 in India, the ICC Champions Trophy and 2017 Women’s World Cup. 2018 saw tournaments in New Zealand, the West Indies and Zimbabwe. We are also the Host Broadcaster for the Caribbean Premier League and the Pakistan Super League.

Sunset+Vine was the Host Broadcaster of the London 2017 IAAF World Athletics Championships and the World Para Athletics Championships. Not only did we produce the TV coverage with a team of around 400, but we also looked after the requirements of 90 Rights Holding Broadcasters, including 1600 TV professionals, from around the world.

Following the success of host broadcasting the TV output from the Glasgow Commonwealth Games the company was Joint Host Broadcaster for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games.

In 2018, Sunset+Vine’s Host Broadcaster portfolio included the FEI World Equestrian Games providing over 100 hours of live coverage; the Sailing World Championships; Super League Triathlon’s 2018/19 Championship Series, the ground-breaking elite triathlon series; and The World Boxing Super Series, the first of its kind annual boxing tournament.

We provide host broadcast services to international badminton, sailing, bowls and tennis as well as world feed services for Premiership Rugby and European Champions Cup rugby, and for English Premier League and Europa League football.


42 Days, 48 Matches, 11 Venues in England & Wales.
8 Disciplines, 70 Competing Nations, 13 Days from North Carolina.
10 Days, 463 Events, 47 Finals from The London Stadium.
11 Days, 17 Sports, 261 Events from Glasgow.
3 Days, 47 Competing Nations, 26 Events from Glasgow.
Eliud Kipchoge’s attempt to break the two hour marathon barrier.
11 Days, 71 Competing Nations, 1340 Hours from Australia.
3 Weight Divisions, 24 Fighters, 21 Bouts from around the world.


"I wanted say a big thanks from both London 2017 and personally from me to all the Sunset+Vine team who I’ve had the pleasure of working with over the last year and a half."