Tottenham Hotspur is a world famous football club based in North London. Off the pitch, the Club has a strong and successful business model centred around building a platform for long-term success, which now includes a new, state of the art stadium.
The club has a centralised Technology function that manages business technology solutions across the entire organisation. It also provides IT & AV / Broadcast support and manages Network and technology infrastructure.
The broadcast engineer is responsible for the maintenance and support of the Clubs broadcast infrastructure and video gallery.
An in-house Broadcast Engineer is required with a solid broadcast industry background and experience in a broadcast engineering role.
The broadcast system that will be the primary responsibility of the Broadcast Engineer is built on Ross Carbonite, Ross Xpression and Mira. The system utilises a comprehensive build of Dashboard control along with Disguise media servers. Riedel MediorNet is used for transport and routing, along with Artist communications.
The Broadcast Engineer will also be responsible for audio within the broadcast system, which is built around Soundcraft Vi series, Digico SD series and Studer sound desks.
Shure RF, Vislink RF cameras and Daktronics show control are also key component of the system.
The Video Gallery is used by the Channels Team, who are responsible for all social and online content, as well as the Stadium Production Team who are responsible for all in-bowl production and all digital content broadcast throughout stadium.
Closing: 20 Jan 2022
Tottenham Hotspur is a world famous football club based in North London. Off the pitch, the Club has a strong and successful business model centered around building a platform for long-term success, which includes a new world-class stadium.