The QuipuTV team have an excellent relationship with a number of governing bodies in international cricket and is looking to significantly expand its client base in other sports. If you think that there is an audience for your event that could benefit from our expertise, contact us now.
International Cricket Council
As well as providing live coverage of the ICC AM XI v England - and 14 matches from the ICC world Twenty20 Qualifier in Dubai - QTV has secured rights to Pepsi World Cricket League Championship matches in 2012.
QTV supplied online match reports and live radio news inserts from the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in Dubai.
Two One-Day Internationals between Netherlands and UAE, at two different venues and three Twenty20 internationals (involving Netherlands, Scotland and Bangladesh) at a third venue were commissioned from QuipuTV in July 2012.
QuipuTV has been with the Scotland team in Dubai, South Africa, and in Edinburgh in 2011, when 20,000 viewers streamed our live coverage of Scotland v Sri Lanka.
QuipuTV provides training and experience in live OBs for undergraduates of the UWS Media Studies programme.
Two Twenty20 matches in The Hague, Scotland v Bangladesh and Netherlands v Bangladesh, were webcast through this Bangladeshi sponsoring tea company's website, attracting 65,000 and 73,000 viewers respectively (July 2012).
QuipuTV broadcast live coverage of Ireland's enthralling and record-breaking ODI with Scotland at the Grange in Edinburgh in 2011. Viewing figures were in excess of 7,000.
Inverleith Hockey Club
QuipuTV provided live and exclusive coverage of all 21 matches of the men's European Indoor Hockey Club Trophy, hosted by Inverleith HC in Edinburgh on 17-19 February.
At 24 hours' notice, a third Twenty20 international between Netherlands and Bangladesh was broadcast exclusively in July 2012 by the Bangladeshi satellite TV company Gazi TV - QuipuTV's first-ever live coverage on a mainstream channel.
QTV supplied Sportsnet with exclusive coverage in Canada of live matches and interviews from the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in Dubai.
Twenty hours of live coverage of all 15 matches over five days of the World Premier Club Netball Challenge were commissioned from QuipuTV by Glasgow Life in November/December 2012, from the new Emirates Arena, Glasgow.