Live broadcasts on WDR and ARD
The World Equestrian Festival, CHIO Aachen, will also be covered extensively on TV.
The highlights are the Opening Ceremony on Tuesday evening, (8.15 p.m., WDR live), the Mercedes-Benz Nations’ Cup on Thursday evening (8.15 p.m., WDR live) and on the final Sunday (July 23rd) starting at 11 a.m., ARD and WDR will be covering the Rolex Grand Prix and the Deutsche Bank Prize (Dressage) live. The live programme will be enhanced by summaries and follow-up reports on the individual show days – as well as the famous Farewell to the Nations Ceremony.
Thanks to cutting-edge camera technology – the spectacular “Spidercam” and 360-degree cameras are implemented – the CHIO Aachen 2017 is also going to be a thrilling experience for TV and monitor viewers. 250 TV employees are responsible on-site for the TV coverage that will be transmitted all over the world.
The national public TV channels will be broadcasting over 30 hours of coverage on the World Equestrian Festival. In addition to the sport broadcasts there will also be various news report formats, news films and coverage by Studio Aachen, which will altogether offer an exciting glance behind the scenes. On an international basis, coverage will be broadcast in over 140 countries. Eurosport will also be transmitting coverage from the CHIO Aachen 2017.
Competitions that are not broadcast on WDR or ARD, can be viewed online at ClipMyHorse.TV live.
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