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· All highlights packages are available from the EBU / Eurovision. Please contact Marc Stanislas or Nathalie Minard at Eurovision.
· Highlights packages will be preceded by an advisory slate with start time, content and standard duration of 5 mins
· All highlights package start times are indicative and subject to change based on the end time of the various events
· Should feed times of these change, the slate will advise of new start time
· All highlights packages will be available via Eurovision and also via the IOC ftp site
· For highlight packages via Eurovision, registered broadcasters of Eurovision.net the details can be found at: https://www.eurovision.net/news-op/news-op_eventxml.php?no=34133
They will be included in the transmission of your choice and will receive a synopsis (downlink parameters)
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Note to editors
Olympic Agenda 2020 is a ‘strategic roadmap’ for the future of the Olympic Movement. It has been described as the biggest reform package for the Olympic Games for 15 years.
In all there are 40 recommendations, and each one will be presented in turn, discussed, potentially amended and voted on.
Some recommendations may have particular interest for some markets.
Those on making Bidding for the Games cheaper and more flexible – will concern any city/country interested in bidding for future Olympic Games whether it be 2024 or 2026. (Recommendation 1,2,3 - 8 December a.m.*)
The changes to the Sports Programme may be interesting to cities/countries already hosting or planning to host the Games but also in markets where particular non-Olympic sports are popular such as baseball and softball. (Recommendation 10 - 8 December lunch p.m.*)
Changes on ‘Principle 6’ which explicitly extend the IOC non-discrimination principle to include a reference to sexual preference. (Recommendation 14 - 8 December p.m.*)
Changes related to IOC governance, anti-corruption measures and transparency. (Recommendations 27, 29, 30, 32 – 9 December a.m.*)
*N.B. The Session could move faster or slower depending on the progress of debate – these timings are only approximate and for guidance
EBU - TV operations
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