Creative Loop is working with the Commonwealth Games Host Broadcaster (SVGTV) to develop and deliver the associated education and training programme for the 120 Scottish-based students who will participate in the training initiative.

The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games will take place between July 23 and August 4, 2014. Athletes, officials and visitors from 71 Commonwealth Games Federation member countries are expected to attend and the games will be broadcast to a potential audience of more than a billion people worldwide. Sunset+Vine and Global Television (SVGTV) will be the Host Broadcaster for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Creative Loop is working with the Host Broadcaster (SVGTV) to develop and deliver the associated education and training programme for the 120 Scottish-based students who will participate in the training initiative.

The Host Broadcaster Training Initiative is intended to offer additional training and work experience supplementing existing courses in live broadcast, creative production and technology skills for up to 120 students from universities and colleges in Scotland. It is specifically aimed at those who will start their TV production careers in assistant production and technical roles at the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. This investment in skills for the creative sector will form part of the legacy of Glasgow 2014. Sunset+Vine and Global Television are both internationally renowned for delivering complex technical broadcast requirements for major international events.

Sunset+Vine’s current list of live broadcasts includes some of the world’s best-known sporting events, such as the World Athletics Championships and the Grand National.

Glasgow 2014 will be Global Television’s third consecutive Commonwealth Games. The Australian-based company facilitates more than 2000 hours of television each year including live sport and entertainment, as well the legendary Australian soap, Neighbours.

About the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

The Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games will take place between July 23 and August 4, 2014. Athletes, officials and visitors from 71 Commonwealth Games Federation member countries are expected to attend and the games will be broadcast to a potential audience of more than a billion people worldwide. For more information visit www.glasgow2014.com.