Warner Bros. Discovery (WBD) has revealed details of its production plans for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

They include a first look at its Paris studios from which it will deliver the Olympic Games this summer.

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Warner Bros. Discovery offers first look at production plans for Paris 2024

Warner Bros. Discovery and its streaming platforms, Max and discovery+, have the rights to show every moment of the Olympics – all 3,800 hours of live action – across multiple territories in Europe. In addition, Eurosport’s channels will provide wall-to-wall live coverage across the 19 days of competition.

WBD’s main studios will be located at the Hotel Raphael – aka WBD House – overlooking the Eiffel Tower.

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In total, WBD House will have four studios, used by production teams from the United Kingdom, Sweden, France, Poland, Italy and Germany as well as three stand-up positions, one of which will be utilised by WBD’s global news network CNN, and live broadcasts for Spain, Finland and Denmark. The technology used will connect its hubs across Europe and the United States with content being managed and curated across the global WBD network.

Also launching on 17 April, a new microsite dedicated to Paris 2024 will go live on Eurosport.com, offering users acomplete and localised Olympic experience across Europe in 12 languages.

Scott Young, Group SVP Content, Production and Business Operations at Warner Bros. Discovery Sports Europe, said: “This year, we will have even more live hours of action from the greatest variety of events, more original content and non-live programming to keep fans engaged, and the greatest storytelling engine anywhere to continue serving sports fans with round-the-clock action, news and entertainment as sporting history is set to be made this summer.”

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