Fantastic news for the international equestrian community as FEI TV (FEITV.org) will offer live streaming and extensive Video on Demand coverage from the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping 2016/17 from Helsinki (FIN)
FEITV.org is FEI’s official video website and a sophisticated online broadband offering to equestrian enthusiasts around the world. The portal presents fans globally with the most comprehensive library of official equestrian video content available anywhere on the internet and spans across multiple equestrian disciplines.
The content portfolio includes high quality live and on-demand streaming of flagship FEI events. This features a wide range of shows from FEI’s most important series and championships, including the FEI World Equestrian Games, the FEI European Championships, the Furusiyya FEI Nations Cup™, the Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping, the FEI Classics™ and the FEI World Cup™ Eventing as well as the FEI World Cup™ Dressage and other leading competitions.
In addition, the visitors to the site can also enjoy access to a broad selection of equestrian videos, including event previews and reviews, highlights, interviews, features and an extensive video archive.
Sign up today at www.feitv.org and check for broadcasting times and further details!
Helsinki International Horse Show 2017
100 members of media gather to the international Helsinki Horse Show every
year. The Finnish National Broadcasting Company (YLE) broadcasts live the main
competitions Helsinki Grand Prix and Longines FEI World Cup™. More than 400
articles about Horse Show were published last year. The YLE sent more than six
hours of coverage from the competition. Helsinki Porsche Horse Show was shown
internationally on around 20 channels for almost 35 hours.
2017 begins 1st September and ends 16th October.
Welcome to Longines FEI World Cup™ Jumping season 2017/2018 HERE
The Press Centre
The Press Centre
is located close to the main entrance of Helsinki Ice Hall. There is a separate entrance for the media next
to the ice hall ticket office.
Seating for the press is
between sectors F6 and F7.
The Press Centre opens daily about 30 minutes before
the start of the first class and closes after one hour from the finishing of
the last class. On Sunday 22nd October the Press Centre will close two
hours after the last class.
At the Press Centre you will find wireless
Internet, a browsing computer with an Internet connection, pigeonholes for rent
(in particular for photographers), workspaces and soft drinks.
Please contact the Press Centre officers for
assistance with questions and the rider interviews. Please allow enough time for the
personnel to make the necessary arrangements. The warm-up area is open to the
press and spectators alike.
photographers get their photographer identification (a wrist band against a 5 €
deposit) and information on the location of the photographing areas. Please
note that visibility to the arena must not be obstructed. You can also take
photos next to the warm-up arena. The stables are closed and there is no access
to the stables even for the press.
In the classes to be broadcast on Saturday and
Sunday please mind the TV cameras and avoid disturbing their operation.
At the prize-awarding ceremonies photographers
may operate on the riding course provided that they observe the instructions
given by the course personnel. Access to the arena is arranged from the corner
below sectors B1/B2.
All photographers and representatives of the
press moving around the arena are kindly requested to dress neatly and follow
the instructions given by the press officer and course manager regarding
photographing areas and moving around the arena.
Interviews with the
winners will be arranged at the Press Centre on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
right after the price-awarding ceremonies of the main classes.
Information about any other press conferences
to be held during the event will be published in information bulletins, on the
web pages and the press centre information board.