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Our 24-hour operating Sports News Desk of experienced and dedicated journalists are always on your side, to help deliver the nuances and depth you desire in the most accurate and timely fashion. Expect uninterrupted access, easy work flow integration, scripts, accurate shotlists, regular editorial planning alerts and upcoming coverage advisories are all integral to our service.
sntv is pleased to announce the launch of its new consumer-ready 'English Subtitled' content in a planned roll-out to improve our digital offering for our clients. We hope that our new high-quality subtitled videos will make it quicker and easier for you to reach and engage with your audiences online and provide them with a good sound-off experience. View a selection of our subtitled content on our YouTube channel.
Anthony Joshua and Wladimir Klitschko on Thursday (16th Feb) looked ahead to their IBF heavyweight title fight in April. Joshua warns Klitschko 'boxing is a young man's sport'. Watch this video and more of the latest sports news videos on our YouTube channel.
Canada forfeited their Davis Cup tie against Great Britain on Sunday (5th February) after Denis Shapovalov was disqualified for hitting a ball into the face of the umpire. Referee Brian Earley had no choice but to rule a default, leaving Britain the winners. Watch this video and more must see viral stories on our watch page.
FIFA voted to expand the World Cup to 48 teams on Tuesday (10th January), adding 16 extra nations to the 2026 tournament which is likely to be held in North America. Watch Infantino's speech after the vote on our YouTube channel.
Our editorial team actively seek the funniest, most eye-catching and most talked about moments from the world of sport. These include the best goals and shocking misses from global soccer, interview and press conference bloopers and clashes on the soccer pitch to name just a few. View some of our viral clips on our watch page.
21.08.16 Fans of Usain Bolt celebrated the stars final Olympic race in style at Jamaica House in Rio, where the carnival atmosphere continued into the night. The party mood was also revalent in Bolt's native Jamaica, where fans gathered in Kingston to celebrate their idol. FInd this video and others on our YouTube channel which is updated daily.
Did you know sntv celebrates its 20th anniversary this year? Our 450+ broadcast clients and thousands of publishers globally are testament of our long-standing experience in creating the best sports video news there is.
03.08.16: sntv provided exclusive coverage of the AFF Suzuki Cup draw in Yangoon on Tuesday 2 August. Apart from local Burmese crews sntv were the only crew on site and recorded footage of the draw plus reaction from the Thai, Singapore and Malaysian coaches.
sntv will be onsite providing news around the tests ahead of the 2017 Formula One season. Cleared for sntv broadcast clients only.
sntv will be onsite from the first major of the year to provide previews, highlights and reaction. sntv shot soundbites have been cleared for digital use and are looking to do the same with Highlights (including the Par 3 contest).
sntv will be onsite at the second slam of the year to provide previews, match highlights from the best matches and native tongue soundbites from the winners of the day. This content is available for both broadcast and digital clients.
sntv will have crews on the ground in Moscow, Kazan, St Petersburg and Sochi, providing news around MD-1 and reaction following all matches from the 10th Confederations Cup. This content is available for both broadcast and digital clients.
Our sntv team monitor the social web to identify rapidly amusing, entertaining and shocking news stories, with potential for viral distribution across the web. We also offer the weird and the wacky, from bog snorkelling, to cheese rolling, wife carrying and lawnmower racing to name but a few, and cater for Extreme Sports such as the Red Bull Air Race.
Unrivalled access to 45+ premium quality sports highlights and news videos, available in newsroom ready format with comprehensive scripts and detailed shotlists so you can fully customise and edit, to minimise turnaround time.
Offering you up to 37+ digitally cleared sports highlights and news content to use across all digital platforms including tablet, mobile, websites and connected TV’s.
Offering extended rights on all sntv news content beyond the initial 14-day window with footage ranging from major sporting events to interviews with sporting legends. A great source of first class content for production and magazine purposes.
At sntv, we understand that planning for your sports coverage needs to be easy and that you require an accurate, timely and reliable source. This is why we have all the tools available to help you plan, including a detailed sports and events calendar, comprehensive scripting information, restrictions and shotlists as well as planning emails which are delivered straight to your inbox, covering our upcoming coverage containing daily, weekly and monthly prospects for both digital and broadcast.
sntv provide a first-class, high-quality product that is always reliable. They are often first to market with highlights, interviews and breaking news. The quality of their video is excellent and the supporting metadata and restrictions advice is invaluable. Video Editor Sport, Mail Online